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Did you ever trace your body with chalk on the pavement as a kid? A participatory research method called "body mapping," developed in the 1990s as an art-therapy method for women living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa, is reminiscent of this common childhood activity. Last week, MSc-GH students in Kearsley Stewart’s graduate seminar, Qualitative Methods for Global Health Research, participated in a body mapping workshop led by MSc-GH ’17 student Konyin Adewumi....


9 films. 7 countries. Documentary films. Fictional stories. Student videos. Filmmaker introductions. Panels. Receptions. DANCE PARTY! Explore women’s health throughout the Americas at next week's global health film festival--events every day! Duke Health Humanities Lab Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American & Caribbean Studies Outreach Program


Join DGHI, FHI and more on Monday at 4:30 pm as we celebrate the Duke Health Humanities Lab's official opening of their new space in Trent Hall! Enjoy a light reception and the chance to learn more about the HHL.


A new report co-authored by faculty and staff from the Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy, Duke Center for Policy Impact in Global Health, and DGHI aims to identify opportunities to strengthen the U.S. government's role in supporting global health R&D. Read the report:


The paths our alumni take are as diverse as our students themselves (naturally!). Bolun Li, MSc-GH '16, decided to start his own organization, Development Innovation Insider. In a recent blog post, he reflects on the lessons he's carried forward from his time at DGHI.




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