Global health is an ever-changing field. Take this opportunity to ask leaders in this space questions about how to advance your career in global health and international development. These leaders have a broad range of experience in the field and have occupied very senior positions in academia. Students and junior faculty in low and middle-income countries are particularly encouraged to register for this webinar.
With the world’s highest rate of lethal gun violence, the Americas are in the midst of an unmitigated public health crisis. Just six countries account for over half of 250,000 annual global gun deaths: the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela and Guatemala. But activists, medical professionals, human rights workers, and policy experts are working together to stop this bloodshed and the vectors that make it happen. This webinar brings together leading researchers and advocates on this issue.
Inequalities in global health abound. Gender, power, access to grants, scientific authorship, partnership benefits, training opportunities and more are frequently beset by structural inequalities. This webinar gives you an opportunity to offer advice and pose questions to the speakers on how to address this fundamental challenge in global health. Students and faculty in low and middle-income countries are particularly encouraged to register for this webinar and share your views on this issue.
Editor, The Lancet Global Health, UK
This webinar will share insights into the current status of the outbreak and what universities and health centers are doing to address this challenge. Panelists will also discuss how we can use this situation, which has shown significant gaps in national and international capabilities, to respond to a disease outbreak and to address those weaknesses in our ability to prevent, detect, and respond to potentially lethal Infectious disease outbreak.
Omar Khan, MD, MHS
President & CEO of the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance
Do you want to learn about getting published? Do you have any questions about the world of global health, where the opportunities and challenges lie? Join us for this interactive, one hour conversation with editors and leaders in global health. Students in low and middle-income countries are particularly encouraged to join this webinar and ask any questions you may have of the speakers.
Editor, The Lancet Global Health
Dr. Alastair Brown
Editor, The Lancet Planetary Health
One Health integrates a broad range of biomedical and non-biomedical disciplines to improve the health of people, animals and our environment. It reflects the indivisibility between ourselves and the natural world. It is also an opportunity to improve health outcomes and address the social determinants of health. This webinar brings together three leaders in this field who will share important insights into the power of this platform and what we can all do to impact the challenges affecting us and our natural world.
Serious health-related suffering (SHS) afflicts over 61 million people worldwide, with over 80% of symptom burden occurring in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Palliative care – an interdisciplinary intervention aiming to relieve physical, psychological, social, and spiritual suffering for patients and caregivers arising from serious illness – can reduce SHS globally. While access to palliative care has been deemed an essential human right by the World Health Organization and other international entities, there are major gaps in palliative care access and delivery that disproportionately afflict those in LMICs. These gaps are exacerbated by a lack of trained workforce, lack of access to pain medications, and inadequate integration into health systems and healthcare delivery.
The Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change is an international, multi-disciplinary collaboration that monitors the links between health and climate change through indicators highlighting the threats to health and the solutions. The 2019 Global Report and its companion Policy Brief for the United States were released on November 13, 2019. Dr. Salas and Dr. Patz will discuss how these recent findings present a profound opportunity to improve health and the steps needed to achieve a healthier future for everyone.
The Global Health Starter Kit is a free, openly available, competency-based ‘starter’ curriculum for educators and trainees who are working toward unified standards for global oral health education to address the burden of oral diseases worldwide and their consequences. This webinar explores the journey of the Global Health Starter Kit’s development and implementation processes through educator and trainee eyes.