UN Migration Agency Project
Training health providers abroad helps to ensure that US-bound refugees receive proper health screening, arrive safely and have a more successful community integration.
Global Health Case Competition
Global Health Impact Map
AHC faculty led research, education, clinical care, and community outreach activities
The Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility facilitates transdisciplinary partnerships and collaborations across the University of Minnesota and worldwide to create a global portfolio of research, education, and engagement.
Our upcoming events
A delegation of researchers involved in the CGHSR - Guangxi CDC Collaboration and Exchange Project will be on campus Wednesday, November 14 for a series of meetings to report on current projects and to explore possible future collaborations. Faculty are invited to attend the following sessions, which will focus on future collaborations and give opportunities for faculty and researchers to discuss areas of common interest. All meetings are held in ChRC 475B.
CGHSR extends congratulations to Kelly Searle (School of Public Health), Keith Horvath (School of Public Health), and Jennifer Rickard (Medical School) who are the most recent recipients of the CGHSR Faculty Travel Awards. The next application deadline for CGHSR Faculty Travel Awards is February 1, 2019.
On October 4, 2018, CGHSR hosted Dr. Cynthia Maung, Founder and Director of the Mae Tao Clinic, to give the talk, "Lives and challenges of refugees, migrants and displaced people along the Thailand-Burma border".
The application is now open for this winter course in Mysore, India. Join a dynamic, interdisciplinary group learners to explore health, health care delivery, and social determinants in the context of globalization in India. The course will emphasize the leadership skills needed to function in the fields of global health and development.
The University of Minnesota is partnering with Kabul University of Medical Sciences (KUMS) to improve clinical, educational, professional, and leadership skills for health sciences faculty in Kabul, Afghanistan. The project aims to improve the academic quality of the KUMS faculties of Midwifery, Medical Lab Technology, Dentistry, and Anesthesiology through specialized, short course trainings.
In August, the Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility organized a training in Bangkok, Thailand for United Nations Agency for Migration (IOM) clinicians, an effort that drew expertise from over a dozen trainers from the University of Minnesota and its partners.