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August 2014 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • mHealth in the Global Arena: Progress and Promise.
    • CHCO Joins Over Half of the Nation's Hospitals in Providing TeleHealth Services.
    • Bringing Family Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health to the Forefront of Global Health.
Global Health Link Archive 

 


June 2014 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Strengthening Links in the African Chain of Survival.
    • Mission Brings Surgeries to Some of Guatemala's Neediest Children.
    • An Evening Around the World with CU Students.

April 2014 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Center for Human Development Inaugurated: March 14, 2014.
    • Partners in Pediatric Neurology.
    • Investing in Our Future Global Health Leaders.

February 2014 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Grand Challenges Awardee Explores the Humble Power of Rice Bran.
    • Achieving Sustainable Adoption of New Technologies in Honduras.
    • A Foot in Two Worlds.

November 2013 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Weathering the Storm: Climate Change and Human Health.
    • Center for Global Health Launches Online Pediatrics in Disasters Course.
    • 2013 Global Health Symposium.

August 2013 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Cross-Disciplinary Linkages in Global Public Health at CSU.
    • Cultures Working Together: Expanding Perspective and Knowledge.
    • Global Health & Disasters Course.

June 2013 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Improving Access in the Peruvian Amazon.
    • Back to Their Roots: building communities by giving back.
    • Global Health & Disasters Course.

April 2013 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • New Frontiers for the College of Nursing in Banepa Nepal.
    • Moving Global Health Forward.
    • Global Health & Disasters Course.

February 2013 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Returning Home - Dr. Tania Khan Performs Needs-Assessment in Native Pakistan.
    • Lack of Access: One Student's Experience in the Negev Desert.
    • Helping Babies Breathe Course.

December 2012 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Learning the Lay of the Land.
    • Five Causes and Three Delays: the Context of Maternal Mortality in Northern Nigeria.
    • To Know is Not Enough. 

October 2012 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Influenza, A Misunderstood Illness at Home and Abroad.
    • Rwanda's Next Generation of Family Medicine Doctors.
    • Medical Work and the Native Tongue. 



August 2012 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Center for Global Health designated as WHO Collaborating Center for Promoting Family and Child Health.
    • Shared Goals: Increasing Rates of Survival for Mothers and Babies.
    • A Child's Well Being: When a Disaster Hits. 


June 2012 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Construyendo Motivación Para un Cambio Building Motivation to Change.
    • Quality of Life at the Community Level: An idea to design and develop skills.
    • Center Designated a WHO Collaborating Center. 

 



March 2012(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Innovating Strategies for Health and Development in Guatemala: An Inclusive Approach.
    • Global Health in Action: Students in the Field - Surveying in Guatemala.
    • Global Health Lecture Series - Spring 2012 Schedule. 

 

November 2011(PDF) -requires Acrobat Reader
    • Bringing Vaccine Expertise to the Center for Global Health: Biological and Social Considerations.
    • Become a Key Collaborator in Global Health.
    • Global Health Lecture Series - Fall 2011 Schedule.

 

 

September 2011 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • More Than Nutrition: Global Network for Women's and Children's Health.
    • Prone to Crawl: Infant Carrying & Locomotor Development in Papua New Guinea.
    • Tropical Medicine Course October 24 - November 4, 2011.

 

 

July 2011 (PDF)- requires Acrobat Reader
    • The Need to Measure Microfinance.
    • Madaktari Africa: Physicians Training Physicians in Tanzania.
    • Pediatric Global Health Fellowship.

 

  

May 2011 (PDF)-requires Acrobat Reader
    • Maternal and Child Health Initiative -The First Minute of Life.
    • Social Considerations for HIV/AIDS Research in Malawi:  Dr. Sara Yeatman Shares Her Work.
    • Student Scholarship Recipients 2011.
March 2011 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • New Center for Global Health Director Takes Helm in 2011.
    • Center for Global Health Website Exhibits Projects in New-Interactive Map Format.
    • Empowering Young Women Through Education in the Villages of Guatemala. 
October 2010 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • UK Researcher to Discuss Health Care of HIV Positive Sub-Saharan Migrants at Symposium.   Fiona Burns, MD, Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Sexual Health & HIV Research at the University College London.
    • 3rd Annual Global Health Symposium:  HIV/AIDS at Home and Abroad Schedule.
    • Denver Native Returns to Speak at 3rd Annual Global Health Symposium. David Kim, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
August 2010 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
  • Fostering a New Health Profession in Rural South Africa.  School of Medicine's Physician Assistant Program Partners with Walter Sisulu University.
  • Expanding Medical Education in Rwanda, East Africa.  Jean Bosco Gahutu, MD, visits the University of Colorado to learn about training family physicians.
  • Looking to the Future:  Global Health Students Expanding International Projects.  Student news about University of Colorado School of Medicine Global Health Track students' Kalen Abbott and Casey Weimer.
June 2010 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • The Need to Test - When a Foreign Risk Becomes Domestic.  UC Denver faculty, Jose Castillo-Mancilla, MD and Monica Carten, MD.
    • Global Health at Home and Abroad. Local clinic exposes students to at-risk populations in Colorado.
    • Where There's Fire, There's (Less) Smoke in Peruvian Homes.  Student News Feature on graduating University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine Global Health Track student Douglas Melzer.
    April 2010 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • Developing and Maintaining Physician Competence in Jordan: UC Denver faculty member, Cal Wilson, MD, hands-on work is featured.
      • International Partnerships. Why are They Important?
      • Impacting Vulnerable Populations Around the World. Spotlight students Aaron Shupp and Lindsay Kranker tell us about their summer projects.
    February 2010 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • Restoring Haiti's Health System: UC Denver faculty, Blair Gifford, PhD and Renee King, MD continue projects remotely.
      • When the Worst Could Happen. International Education and Risk Management.
      • A Different Point of View: Adam Whitney. How a trip to Haiti changed a student career direction.
    December 2009 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • Teaching While Being Taught. Rwanda Volunteers are Transformed through Summer Experiences.
      • A Simple Invention, A Lifesaving Solution. "Invention Time" spurs Boulder girl to design low-cost, disposable syringe.
      • Future Leader in Global Health: Matthew Lerou.
    October 2009 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • UC Denver Professors Expand Tanzanian Field School, Uncover Malaria Prevalence in Community.
      • Student Exchange Program Grooms Aspiring Doctor.
      • Global Health Track Product of Students Passion.
    September 2009 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • Global Health Symposium Kauvar Lecturer - Katherine Bliss, PhD.
      • 2nd Annual Global Health Symposium Schedule of Events.
      • Continuing the Global Conversation Plenary Speakers.
    June 2009 (PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
      • Shaping Primary Care in Albania - Dr. Bardella Mentors Albanian Doctor.
      • Global Health Track Graduates First Two Students.
      • 2nd Annual Global Health Symposium: Continuing the Global Conversation.
     
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