Toxic Stress, Human Rights and Health Equity: Local and Global Implications for Research

Continuing the Law & Global Health Collaboration’s exploration of new and emerging issues at the intersection of law and global health, this session focused on the work of early-career researchers.

Panama summit stokes vision of health equity in the Americas

Panama summit stokes vision of health equity in the Americas

From the northern tip of Alaska to the southern coast of Chile, the Americas host some of the most diverse — and disparate — populations in the world. However, despite progress in medicine and economic development, health inequalities prevail, leading to avoidable premature illness and death among millions of disadvantaged people. With a goal of … Continue reading Panama summit stokes vision of health equity in the Americas

03/09/16 – Innovative approaches in cervical cancer prevention in Mexico: Global implications

Innovative approaches in cervical cancer prevention in Mexico: Global implications

Join the Center for Health Equity in the Americas, USC Institute for Global Health and the Institute for Prevention Research for a discussion of innovative approaches to cervical cancer prevention in Mexico. Featured speakers include Dr. Jorge Salmerón Castro, a senior researcher at the Mexican Institute of Social Security, and Dr. César Lazcano-Ponce, executive director at … Continue reading 03/09/16 – Innovative approaches in cervical cancer prevention in Mexico: Global implications