Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2017 U of M Global Health Case Competition! Thirteen teams spent the week immersed in the global topic of sex trafficking, seeking local solutions for the city of Atlanta. Team 4 emerged the winner and will advance to compete in the Emory International Global Health Case Competition at the end of March.
And they're off! Thirteen teams of 4-6 students, from across the AHC and the rest of the university, are spending this week diligently researching, writing, analyzing, and critically considering solutions to this year's case for the Global Health Case Competition.
The Academic Health Center's Health Talk, explores the role of the Global Health Case Competition learning.
We are pleased to announce that Shailey Prasad, MD, MPH, has been selected as the new Executive Director for CGHSR. Since the launch of the revitalized Center over 3 years ago, Shailey has been a valued, contributing colleague in multiple areas of Center activity. His move into the Executive Director role represents a logical and exciting progression into providing overall leadership for the Center! We look forward to working closely with Shailey to move the Center into its next phase! Shailey brings a passion for global capacity-building, education, and research training to this position, and he will play an instrumental role in elevating the Center to enhance partnerships around education, research and practice. He will begin serving in this role on April 1.
CGHSR is excited to co-sponsor The Symposium on the Ethics of Help: Creating Global Ambassadors for Patient Safety to on June 8 & 9, 2017 at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus.