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What is it?!? Fieldwork in the #Duke #OneHealth Program led by #DGHI prof Greg Gray.
The Honduras SRT team has begun their summer fieldwork! What a view! #Honduras #GlobalHealth
From a Certificate in Global Health at #DGHI to Med School at Columbia. Read Chris Clayton's story in #profiles section at global health.duke.edu #alumni #inspiration @dukealumni
#regram Congrats @sulzhanbali for making it on the list of women leaders in global health! #dghiwomen #duke #leaders
Seniors presented their capstone projects last week. (l to r) Dechen Lama, Chandra Swanson and Roxana Martinez discuss their project, Think Straight, with event attendees. #capstonecourse #globalhealthmajor #dghi #tuesdaynewsday read more at globalhealth.duke.edu
Stay healthy during finals week, Duke! #mondayquote #mentalhealth #dghi
Interested in gender equity? So is Lauren Zalla in Duke's MSc- Global Health program! Check out her profile on globalhealth.duke.edu #dghi #students #masters #inspiration
DGHI student Emelyn Erickson is working to develop a country conditions report on domestic violence in Honduras as possible grounds for asylum defense. Read more on globalhealth.duke.edu #studentprofile #dghi #stopdomesticviolence
Students: Want to help shape the future of social entrepreneurship at Duke? Consider joining the Student Advisory Committee for the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD). Deadline to apply is tomorrow! Visit DGHI facebook page for more details! #socialentrepreneurship #leadership #globalhealth
DGHI is kind #mondayquote #happydays #happyishealthy #dghi #globalhealth @jessienarloch
Something as small as a key helps save lives! This Pratt Pouch provides a method for HIV+ mothers to deliver antiretrovirals to their newborns, reducing the transmission rate to >3%. The pouch was developed in part by one of DGHI's faculty members, Bob Malkin #innovation #dghi #faculty
Check out DGHI professor Brandon Kohrt's new book, Global Mental Health: Anthro-pological Perspectives #newbook #globalhealth #mentalhealth #dghi #faculty

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#NPR story piece on the work of Duke Global Health Institute colleagues Ernesto Ortiz and Bill Pan who are leading an important baseline health study of indigenous villages in the #Amarakaeri Native Reserve in the Peruvian #Amazon. ...

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DGHI's Greg Gray. Benjamin Anderson, and Charles Nunn--along with colleagues from Duke, NC State, and RTI International--are facilitating Duke's inaugural One Health Training Program. The program is hosting participants from Egypt, Iraq, Cambodia, and the U.S.

DGHI's Greg Gray. Benjamin Anderson, and Charles Nunn--along with colleagues from Duke, NC State, and RTI International--are facilitating Duke's inaugural One Health Training Program. The program is hosting participants from Egypt, Iraq, Cambodia, and the U.S.

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So great hearing about your work on NPR this morning! Congrats, Ernesto and the team.

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This morning, DGHI's Dr. Greg Gray and Dr. Charles Nunn welcomed a group of 11 trainees from Alabama, Egypt, Iraq, and Mongolia to the 3.5 week One Health Training Program. Learn more about the program: http://sites.globalhealth.duke.edu/dukeonehealth/trainingprogram/

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WISER (Women's Institute of Secondary Education & Research) in Kenya is starting a new term. WISER holistically improves health, education, and economic outcomes for girls, particularly those orphaned by AIDS. They also work with the community to change how girls are valued. DGHI faculty Sherryl Broverman is president of WISER.

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Check out the 2015 DGHI commencement roundup, including videos, photos, and stories! http://bit.ly/1EBg4cq

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Training Tomorrow's Global Health Leaders: Senior Voices 2014
Global Mental Health at Duke
Finding Your Niche at Duke
DGHI Research Series: Road traffic injuries
Connecting Students With Research, Their Communities & The World
New Course: Primate Disease Ecology and Global Health
Engineering Solutions for Global Health
The Voices of Global Health Showcase
Studying Global Health in the Peruvian Amazon:  A Bass Connections Project
Introducing 2013-14 Doris Duke Fellows at Duke University