The CUGH Distinguished Leader Award: Harriet Mayanja-Kizza, MBBS, MMed, PhD, Professor of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University James Tielsch, PhD, MHSc, Chair of the Department of Global Health, George Washington University The CUGH Dr. Thomas Hall-Dr. Nelson Sewankambo Mid-Career Leadership Award: Ashti Doobay Persaud, MD, Co-Director, Institute for Global Health Center for Global…Read More →
CUGH’s 13th Annual Global Health Conference
NOW ENTIRELY VIRTUAL
CUGH’s annual conference is a must attend event on the global health calendar. A wide range of medical and non-medical disciplines are represented throughout the pre-conference virtual satellite sessions March 21st-25th, and March 28th-April 1st conference. Attendees will be inspired, challenged, learn new skills, gain new contacts and find ways we can improve the health of people and the planet.
The Road to COP27: Climate and Health Through Three Lenses
Please see the recording of our October 15th symposium on climate and health, which had a stellar roster of speakers from around the world. Panelists leading international organizations shared how addressing climate change (and the biodiversity crisis) can improve health and the broader social determinants of health.Symposium Summary Report & Accompanying Report
Learn more about our upcoming webinars and workshops and access past webinar materials on important global health topics.
Most Recent: Oral Health Solutions
Find Global Health Resources
Find open-access resources on a number of development and global health topics, as well as materials for cross cutting areas such as advocacy, research, and more.Start Learning
Become a Member
Join our network of over 170 institutions across the world working to address global health challenges.Join Today
On Oct 15th, CUGH held a very successful half day symposium on climate change and health. It included specific solutions from leaders in the health and climate change fields. If you were unable to attend our symposium, CUGH has put together a summary report of the speakers and their recommendations for a healthy planet and population.Read More →
The global health enterprise has improved the well-being of people. However, structural inequities persist within the sector. This contributes to inequality and impacts Sustainable Development Goals. Read the full article, published in The BMJ, and authored by UGHE’s Agnes Binagwaho, and CUGH’s Executive Director, Keith Martin, among others, and sign our call to action…Read More →