CUGH 2021 Virtual Platform is Live!

That’s right! Our virtual platform for CUGH 2021 is now live. The platform includes many useful features such as a calendar with event details, as well as specific pages dedicated to satellite sessions and poster presentations. You can also register for the conference through the platform. With the conference only a few weeks away, be…

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CUGH Hill Day February 2021: Talking Points

Recommendations for President Joe Biden’s administration from the global health community CUGH’s next Global Health Day on Capitol Hill will be taking place on February 25th, 2021. Check out the talking points we have put together for our members to reference when they are connecting with their representatives in congress!

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CUGH 2020 Annual Report is Live!

CUGH’s 2020 Annual Report is now live! The report includes a letter from our Executive Director, Dr. Keith Martin, and the Chair of the CUGH Board of Directors, Dr. Michele Barry, information about our growth in membership over the past year, the most up-to-date status on all of our committees, and much much more. If…

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CUGH Trainee Advisory Committee Global Health Interests and Barriers Study

The CUGH Trainee Advisory Committee is trying to assess what gets students interested in global health as well as any barriers that they perceive may hinder their involvement. Their goal is to share the results of this survey so that student organizations, institutions, and global health organizations will be better informed on how they can…

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Human Health and Ocean Pollution Report and Companion Commentary

Pollution in our oceans damages the health of our planet and the health of our people. A report was recently released looking at the interaction of Ocean Pollution and Human Health. Additionally, a companion commentary written by CUGH director Keith Martin was published, titled, “As the Oceans Go, So Too Do We.”

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Facebook Live: COVID-19 and the Future Generation

December 17th, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST facebook.com/jhunursing COVID-19 has forced universities across the world to tackle online higher education, many for the first time, with some thriving and others faltering. It has challenged pedagogical skills of faculty and expectations of students. Technological innovation, the disruption of business models, and an increase in social…

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