Unite for Sight has a new series of three free webinars that offer a variety of perspectives about careers in global health.
The Global Health Council, in collaboration with the global health advocacy community, provides this briefing book as a resource to document how U.S. investments have made a difference in people's lives around the world.
The Global Health Institute at Chiang Mai University was an incredibly eye opening experience for me. The array of conference topics from improvement of diagnostics in animals and humans to challenges of curriculum development for One Health education all highlighted the importance of global health and the complex interplay between different health systems in various parts of the world.
Joy Hwang, a member of the Third Place team from the 2015 Global Health Case Competition, reflects on her experience and why the competition is such a great opportunity for students.
Launched in 2012, the U's Global Operations brings together experts and resources from across the system in the areas of tax, purchasing, legal, human resources, and compliance. Together, the initiative's advisory team and a variety of working groups provide free, personalized, no-fault support that can help mitigate potential risks and reduce project costs in the long term.