There are effective solutions to address many global challenges. However, there is a wide knowledge-needs gap. To overcome this, we are seeking open access, quality case studies, effective programs, and courses to address the following problems specified in this form. Many of them were outlined in the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine’s report on global health released May 15, 2017.
According to the Women Leaders in Global Health Initiative (WLGHI), "women make up the vast majority of those working in the field of global health, but are seriously underrepresented at the institutional decision-making level." Interested in promoting equal gender representation at your next event? Refer to WLGHI's Event Checklist when planning your next event. Also be sure to read Dr.
NASEM’s Board on Global Health and members of Committee on Global Health and the Future of the United States discuss the report “Global Health and the Future Role of the United States.” This report examines the changing landscape of global health and opportunities for the U.S. government, as well as nongovernmental organizations and the private sector, to improve responsiveness, coordination, and efficiency in their work. Don’t miss this important webinar.
Thank you for attending the 8th Annual CUGH Conference.
Post-conference materials are now available on our Past Events page .
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