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- 1st semester: from mid/late September 2016 until January 2017 in Venice-Lido, Italy - 2nd semester: from February to May 2017 in one of the partner universities
A slew of "intellectual community planning grants" have brought together clusters of collaborators from Duke and beyond, including a handful of DGHI profs, to create initiatives around shared interests. These efforts range from seminars and workshops to curricular development to the creation of online clearinghouses. Hear what some of the grantees are saying about their projects!
Two new -- and very cool! -- global health courses are being developed with funding from Duke Bass Connections: Engineering and Anthropology of Biomedical Engineering (BME) Design in Uganda and History of Global Health. Check them out and look for them in upcoming semesters!
Study led by DGHI and Duke-NUS Medical School professor Tazeen Jafar suggests that a simple public health intervention--training community health workers and community general practitioners--may prevent chronic kidney disease.