VIDEO: Congratulations to DGHI prof Michael Haglund, who was recently honored by the Duke Medical Alumni Association with a Humanitarian Award for his work in building neurosurgery capacity in Uganda and more. What an inspiration! https://bit.ly/2B90kGI
A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but sometimes it's still worth it to hear the story behind the photo. In this multimedia feature, our photo contest winners share the story of their fieldwork, the inspiration for their photo and why they think images can be a great global health storytelling tool. Check it out!
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Disease eradication is difficult, expensive and risky. Is it worth it?
On November 28 at the Duke University School of Nursing, DGHI's Gavin Yamey will lead a discussion with four panelists from DGHI and Community & Family Medicine exploring the scientific, political, financial, behavioral, and ethical questions surrounding disease eradication. The panel will be followed by a brief reception.
Learn more about the event here: https://bit.ly/2B4GDzE
Check out our photos from one of the most exciting DGHI events of the year! On 11/5/18, nearly 100 students exhibited posters and shared findings and reflections from their summer global health fieldwork.
With her 3-month old baby in tow, DGHI professor Catherine Staton made a motion at the Safety 2018 World conference in Thailand to formally recognize alcohol as a leading contributor to injuries, violence and non-communicable diseases. Her motion was passed in a rousing round of applause! #WorkingMoms