Learn about and support this project to create a short video documentary and written report of the issues surrounding global health internship access, narrated through the stories of two low and middle-income countries (LMIC) interns accepted at WHO-HQ in Geneva.
Unite For Sight's Global Health University is designed to develop and nurture the next generation of global health leaders. Global Health University helps to effect widespread innovative change in global health through comprehensive training workshops and idea incubators, a Global Health Certificate Program, fellowship and internship opportunities in the U.S. and abroad, and online courses.
This Week in Global Health (TWIGH) talks about the dangers that both patients and professionals face when it comes to accessing and delivering healthcare in conflict zones. Dr. Bruce Eshaya-Chauvin of the ICRC's "Health Care in Danger" project answers questions about the issue and discusses ways HCiD is working to improve security and the delivery of impartial and efficient health care in armed conflict and other emergencies.
End-of-life and advance care planning discussions can be difficult for caregivers, patients and family members. This can be particularly true in a cross-cultural context. Via presentations and cross cultural video simulations, this online course will provides practical advice and a useful toolkit to direct discussions about advance care planning and to provide end-of-life care using core values of compassion and cultural humility. Learn more and register.
The recent Ebola outbreak underscores the need for a well-trained, well-coordinated workforce to respond to the growing risk of pandemic diseases — and the U is on top of it. Learn more about the One Health Workforce initiatives aimed at developing interdisciplinary teams of human and animal health professionals in central and eastern Africa and Southeast Asia to handle emerging pandemic threats.