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August 2018(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • The Past, Present, and Future of Arboviruses.
    • Antibiotics in Agriculture, What Are the True Risks?
    • Meet the 2018-2019 Global Health Fellows.

 

Global Health Link Archive 

 


June 2018(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • One Health Movement is a Paradigm Shift for Public Health Practice.
    • No News is Good News When it Comes to Pandemics.
    • "Paint Your Life": Guatemalan Youth See World Through Different Lens.

 


April 2018(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • The Context and Complexity of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in the United States.
    • Cultivating Nursing Excellence in Guatemala with the Madgdalena Ramirez Scholarship.
    • A Call to Action with Jay Lemery's Environmedics.

 


February 2018(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Superbugs: How the Misuse of Antibiotics has Threatened Communities around the Globe.
    • Is HIV Drug Resistance a Looming Crisis?
    • Helping Babies Breathe 2nd Edition Master Trainer Course.

 


December 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Global Becomes Local with Refugee Health in Colorado.
    • Advocating for Children and Their Development: Meet Lauren Heller Szafran, Global Health Fellow.
    • Empowering Women Around the Globe: Meet Global Health Fellow Margo Harrison, MD, MPH.

 


October 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • From Patient to Provider, the Inspiring Story of Akewak Wondimu.
    • Compassion Starts at Home:  Welcoming Cristina Del Hoyo Espinar, Guatemala Project Specialist.
    • Tackling Teen Pregnancy in Rural Guatemala: Breaking the Cycle with Claudia Luna-Asturias.

 


August 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Chronic Malnutrition in Rural Guatemala: More than Meets the Eye.
    • Camp GLOW: Making the Future of Women's Empowerment Bright.
    • Registration: Global Health & Disasters Course.

 


June 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Planning for Polio Eradication and Preserving Success.
    • Exploring the Intentions to Exclusively Breastfeed in Nepal.
    • Registration: Global Health & Disasters Course.

 


April 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Helping Babies Breathe, 2nd Edition: Lessions Learned from 5 Years and 80 Countries.
    • Science Communication: LAPIS Takes Students Out of the Classroom and Into the World of International Media.
    • Center for Global Health Adds Jon Kim Andrus to Leadership Team. 

 


February 2017(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Guatemalan Sugarcane Company Ushers New Era of Worker Safety.
    • Preventing Zika: A Community-Initiated Intervention.
    • Student Global Scholarship Presentations.

December 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • New Options for New Moms: Birth Center Opens in El Trifinio, Guatemala.
    • Protecting the World's Children: Pediatrics in Disasters Program.
    • International Work: Student Presentations.

October 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Making Prevention a Priority in Global Oral Health.
    • Global Health - Changing Lives: Meet the New Fellows.
    • Global Health Symposium and Fair: October 14, 2016.

August 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Planning for a Healthy Family through International Adoption.
    • Kendra Downer, Guatemala Project Specialist, Moves Forward to Give Back.
    • World Health Organization Re-designates the Center for Global Health's Maternal and Child Health Program as International Collaborating Center.

June 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Mapping Out the Future: Global Health Fellow Returns to Guatemala with New Skills, New Perspective.
    • Unlocking Telehealth's Educational Potential in Guatemala.
    • Advancing Scientific Excellence in Guatemala through University Collaborations.

April 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Zika Virus: Obscure Pathogen Emerges with New Adaptations.
    • American Pediatricians Visit Cuba: Transitioning from 50 Years of Isolation to a Future of Collaboration.
    • Global Women's Health Issues.

February 2016(PDF) - requires Acrobat Reader
    • Centralizing Asthma Care to Meet Growing Need.
    • Bolivian Heritage: An Experiment of Nature to Explore Determinants of Insufficient Fetal Growth.
    • New Center for Human Development Director Reinvigorates Global Health.

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Aurora, CO 80045


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