VIDEO: Last week, DGHI research director John Bartlett gave a wonderful talk about our decades-long partnership with several institutions in Tanzania--one of our most successful and long-standing collaborations. If you haven't seen John speak, this is a great one to watch--his excitement and enthusiasm about his work is absolutely inspiring. (Also: Don't miss the funny cameo at the end of the presentation!) http://bit.ly/2ho2BTj
Duke global health students: Don't forget about our photo contest! Submit your photos by Friday, 9/29--it's easy and only takes a few minutes. We'd especially like to see photos of students engaged in fieldwork. Get the details here: http://bit.ly/1CrffoX
Surgery & global health professor Susan Emmett reflects, “Joining the TED Fellows community was truly transformative. The ideas that come from coalescing such a diverse community ... formed the foundation for collaborations that will continue for years to come.” Learn more about her TED experience and her important research on global hearing loss and reducing disparities in treatment of these conditions: http://bit.ly/2xw46Ir
We're excited to share the news that DGHI and partners across Duke recently launched the Duke Global Health Innovation Center (GHIC) to study and support the scaling and adaptation of health innovations, and related policy reforms, to address critical health challenges worldwide. The GHIC is a joint initiative with the Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy and the Duke Institute for Health Innovation. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2xu5tHL
Translating Duke Health—an exciting new initiative from Duke Health and the Duke University School of Medicine—is a platform of resources that focuses on areas where Duke Health can have the greatest impact on transformative treatments and prevention strategies. This new venture will provide enhanced opportunities for partnership and integration among the scientific, clinical, population health, big data science and computing communities across Duke. The goal? Better health for all. Learn...