The Washington DC-based Consortium of Universities for Global Health (www.cugh.org) calls on the US Congress to pass publicly supported gun safety regulations. The massacre of innocent children in Uvalde, Texas, and the targeted slaughter of African American civilians in Buffalo, are the latest and most visible examples of the preventable public health gun violence crisis…Read More →
CUGH’s 13th Annual Global Health Conference
CUGH 2022 concluded on April 1st. Nearly 5,000 people from 135 countries attended the conference and the satellite sessions. It was a resounding success. CUGH would like to thank everyone who organized, spoke at, sponsored, or attended CUGH2022.
Please see and share the satellite session and the leader interview recordings. Also see the CUGH 2022 write up from PLOS Medicine. These are open access so please share them widely.
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
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One out of every six deaths in 2019 were attributed to pollution, according to a new estimate published in The Lancet Planetary Health. Check out ABC News’ review of the new Lancet Planetary Health Publication.Read More →
The PCP course is a free online lecture series covering the fundamentals of clinical pharmacology as a translational scientific discipline focused on rational drug development and utilization in therapeutics. Topics covered in the course include pharmacokinetics, drug therapy in special populations, drug discovery and development, and pharmacogenomics. You can view the 2021-2022 syllabus: https://ocr.od.nih.gov/pdfs/PCP_Syllabus_2021-2022_FINAL_508c.pdf PCP Course Details…Read More →