CGHSR wishes to express our concern around President Trump's January 29 executive order suspending entry of all refugees as well as most foreign nationals of 7 majority-Muslim countries into the United States. We stand with colleagues and friends at the University of Minnesota and around the world in our concern for impact on global health, as well as detrimental implications for academia, research, education, and innovation.
CGHSR is pleased to announce the AHC recipients of our first Faculty Travel Awards for travel in Spring-Summer 2017 to further global health research collaborations in Thailand and Uganda:
Planning on traveling abroad but missed last month's Predeparture Orientation for International Experiences? A collection of online resources has been compiled to help you prepare for a successful international global health experience.
The growth of academic global health programs has resulted in increased numbers of staff and students traveling to the field and global health sites, many of which are increasingly remote and in resource limited environments. This webinar consisted of short presentations including important roles and responsibilities within organizations and what are the most pressing issues related to health, safety, and security of deploying faculty, students and staff.
Responsible for supporting students traveling abroad? Check out this new resource from GPS Alliance.