Women in Global Health, a partner of CFHI, is calling for volunteer applicants! Contribute to women’s leadership and role in Global Health.
CFHI partner Aperian Global is presenting new research “Beyond Culture Shock: How Best to Prepare Students for Studying Abroad” in a must-join webinar on March 13. Sign up now!
Reverse Innovation is essential to achieve Global Health! “Developed” countries (a misnomer) have a lot of developing to do and can learn heaps from our colleagues and communities in resource-constrained settings worldwide! Check out this compilation of resources on Reverse Innovation...
@ www.cfhi.org our Global Health field experiences allow students to learn from poorer communities worldwide to innovate care at home to reach the poorest and marginalized!
Yale students called out for inappropriate photos. Are these standards maintained when abroad? What ethical photography guidelines are students following?
CFHI requires students to sign an agreement around photo ethics and reflective photography as even in non-clinical settings we risk perpetuating “poverty porn.”
The causes of the global refugee crisis and solutions to ensuring the best health status possible is a call to the Global Health community for advocacy, innovation, and health equity.
“Shut up and Listen” read why Noelle Sullivan Northwestern University thinks this is more important than volunteering abroad!
Students submit your low-cost technology that impacts Global Health to the Bay Area Global Health Innovation Challenge from Stanford University, Ucsf GlobalHealth, UC Davis and others! Deadline February 16.
54% of US students who study abroad do so in Europe. Lehigh University Sarah Stanlick explores this phenomenon and the importance of study abroad in low and middle income countries.
Explore CFHIs study abroad in 10 non-European countries @ www.cfhi.org !
Moving ethical Global Health collaboration forward! Analysis of 27 guideline sets reaching common ground published today by Lehigh University, 53rd Week, Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement India, Child Family Health International (CFHI), and collaborators. Read more....
Joining forces Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health and AAC&U present the 2018 Undergraduate Public Health and Global Health Summit. An essential Faculty Development opportunity. Sign up now!
Cultural shifts are often necessary for health-related behaviors to change. The Lancet explores these dynamics and Female Genital Mutilation.
The Economist features virtual reality film and educational tool highlighting the many forms of intimate partner, gender-based biases and abuses encountered in India.
At www.cfhi.org immersion programs provide first hand insights of culturally and historically complex challenges for girls and women in India and worldwide.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear anthropologists perspectives on ethical Global Health engagement. Complimenting work of Consortium of Universities for Global Health NAFSA Association of International Educators and others!