Skip to main content
Navigate Up
Sign In

Events & External Resources

2019-2020 Community Events:

Here are global health events happening in your community.

​Global Livingston Institute 10 Year Anniversary
When: October 1, 2019

Where: Bluebird Theater | Denver, Colorado

Join GLI at the Bluebird Theater as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary with music and stories from East Africa and around the globe.

Click here to purchase tickets for this evening of celebration!

Global Health​ Symposium​

When: October 18, 2019; 8:00am-4:00pm

Where: Mt. Princeton Conference Center, Children's Hospital Colorado | Aurora, Colorado

All Students, Faculty, Staff, Community Members and Leaders with an interest in global health work are invited to attend.

Helping Mothers Survive - 

Bleeding After Birth Complete and Helping Babies Breathe, 2nd Edition
When: October 21-24, 2019

Where: Health Sciences Library, Anschutz Medical Campus | Aurora, Colorado

The Center for Global Health and the University of olorado College of Nursing are jointly offering both Bleeding After Birth-Complete (BAB-C) and Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) back-to-back. Sign up for an indiviua 2-day course or register for all 4 days and receie a discounted rate. 


GlobalMindED Conference

When: June 6-8, 2020

Where: Sheraton Denver Downtown | Denver, Colorado

GlobalMindED closed the equity gap by convening low-income High School leaders, First Generation collete students and 800+ industry, government and educational professional we are dedicated to creating a diverse talent pipeline. 

Global Health Lecture Series

When: Click here to view the Global Health Lecture Series Schedule

Where: Anschutz Medical Campus | Aurora, Colorado

The Center for Global Health sponsors a monthly lecture series dedicated to the various issues in global health. Students, faculty, affiliates and visitors are invited to attend the monthly lectures featuring notable University of Colorado faculty and global health leaders.​

2019-2020 Conferences:

Here are global health conferences that are happening around the world.

The North American Refugee Health Conference

When: 2020 Dates TBA

Where: TBA

The North American Refugee Health Conference is recognized as the premier conference for those who work with refugee populations.

Annual CUGH Global Health Conference

When: April 18-20, 2020

Where: Washington Hilton Hotel | Washington, DC

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) builds interdisciplinary collaborations and facilitates the sharing of knowledge to address global health challenges.

GHIC: Global Health and Innovation Conference

When: April 4-5, 2020

Where: Yale University | New Haven, Connecticut

The Global Health & Innovation Conference (#GHIC) is the world's leading and largest global health conference as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference, with 2,200 professionals and students from all 50 states and more than 55 countries. This must-attend, thought-leading conference convenes leaders, changemakers, and participants from all sectors of global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship.

International Health Humanities Consortium Conference

When: March 26-28, 2020

Where: Vanderbilt University | Nashville, Tennessee

A celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein through an exploration of medically-based ethical dilemmas and an examination of the relevance of Frankenstein in moral imagination today.

Global Health Conference Midwest
When: 2020 Dates TBA
Where: TBA

Global Health Conference Midwest (GHCM) is an opportunity for professionals, faculty, and students to connect, collaborate, engage and learn about pertinent and emerging topics in global health. GHCM represents professionals, graduate students, undergraduates, academic faculty, community organizations, and community members. The purpose of the conference is to catalyze action in global health by providing insight into global health issues, promoting a common voice for those interested in global health, fostering talent, and facilitating interprofessional partnerships.

Global Conference on Maternal and Child Health
When: November 4-5, 2019
Where: Hotel Novotel Porto Gaia | Nova de Gaia, Portugal

The United Nations has established eight Millennium Development Goals, and Footprints Foundation focuses on goals 3 (empowering women), 4 (reducing child mortality) and 5 (improving maternal health). University of Miami’s Miller School has also worked toward achieving the Millennium Goals through the Integrated Community Development Program. The UN has indicated that its post-2015 goals include continuing with the Millennium Development goals in addition to advancing sustainable development and addressing gaps related to health and gender, among other things. We expect to address these issues head on in the conference where we will collaborate with nongovernmental organizations, civil society groups, governmental organizations, the medical community and social entrepreneurs.

Global Health Student Conference (Awareness Raising Event)

This conference, planned and orchestrated by the PIH interns, will bring together student activists and speakers from many disciplines to discuss global citizenry and the ways in which students can access and affect the mechanisms that influence change in global health. 

Social Medicine Consortium
When: 2020 Dates TBA
Where: TBA
The Social Medicine Symposium serves as a platform for participants to learn from and interact with leaders in the domains of social medicine, global health, and social justice, creating a unique opportunity for engaged conversation on deepening the integration of social medicine into health profession education.

Monthly Doctors Without Borders Podcasts:

The MSF podcasts, titled "Frontline Reports," will provide emergency updates from MSF projects around the world, shedding light on underreported or ignored humanitarian crises and neglected diseases. Listeners will hear interviews with MSF staff in the field and their patients. Topics will range from the daily struggle for survival among refugees affected by war and natural disaster to the obstacles confronting people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world.

"Podcasting provides us with a new tool to inform the public about critical humanitarian issues often ignored by the media," said MSF-USA Executive Director Nicolas de Torrenté. "By hearing a patient's voice or a doctor's explanation of the profound challenges that go along with working in a refugee camp, listeners will be connected much more directly with today's critical, and largely unacknowledged, humanitarian and medical crises."