The leadership of the USC Institute for Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) team has developed relationships and partnerships around the world for more than two decades on a range of critical global health issues.
Authors: Ferguson L. Alva S. Ricardo C. Gruskin S.
The World Health Organization has launched its first guideline on self-care interventions for sexual and reproductive health and rights in response to the growing development and use of new diagnostics, devices, drugs and digital innovations that are shaping the ways in which people interact with the health sector. Laura Ferguson, Director of the Program on … Continue reading WHO Guideline on Self-Care Interventions for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
This two-part webinar will address the systems and people-centered perspectives of self-care interventions, as well as the growing evidence base that will inform the development of WHO’s first consolidated normative guidance.
by Laura Ferguson, Susana Fried, Thabo Matsaseng, Sundari Ravindran and Sofia Gruskin, published in BMJ.
By: Ferguson L, Fried S, Matsaseng T, Ravindran STK, Gruskin S.
From poster presentations to panel discussions, USC faculty and students contributed to another year of stimulating global health research and conversation at the annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health held in March in Chicago. Migration and Health: The Pitfalls and Promise of Interdisciplinary Research and Education Migrants constitute an unprecedentedly large and diverse population … Continue reading Migration, Health and Environmental Exposure: IIGH at the 2019 Consortium of Universities for Global Health
By: Palar K, Hufstedler LL, Hernandez K, Chang A, Ferguson L, Lozano R, Weiser SD
by Martha S. Ryan, Devaki Nambiar and Laura Ferguson, in Social Science & Medicine.
Paula Galdino Cardin de Carvalho, Cristiane da Silva Cabral, Laura Ferguson, Sofia Gruskin and Carmen Simone Grilo Diniz for Culture, Health & Sexuality .