The Havey Institute for Global Health’s Dr. Rob Murphy opens his second season of podcasts by interviewing CUGH’s Executive Director Dr. Keith Martin, where they explore how we can reform global health to be more effective, equitable, and impactful in addressing contemporary global threats.Read More →
CUGH's New Online Capacity Strengthening Platform
CUGH’s new Capacity Strengthening Platform was created to help address the skilled worker shortage globally with particular attention to low-income nations. Users can post and connect with the trainers and curricula they need across biomedical and non-biomedical disciplines, as well as share their own training and mentoring assets with those that may need them. This platform is most successful with a large base of users and posts, so sign up today.Visit the platform
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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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.Check out recordings and other materials from the conference.
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Who would you nominate as one of the world’s “unheard communities” – facing a problem that does not get enough attention? Please be very specific and name a specific community in a specific location rather than an overarching category. Send a brief description (200 to 500 words) naming a specific community in a specific location…Read More →
The deficit in skilled workers, particularly in low-income nations, is a major obstacle to addressing current and future development challenges. For healthcare alone, the global workforce deficit is 15 million individuals. Africa is predicted to have a shortfall of 6.1 million workers by 2030. This a significant obstacle to development. A central challenge is a…Read More →