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Introduction to Global Health Elective

globe and stethoscopeThe purpose of the Introduction to Global Health course is to explain the impact of global location on public health, demonstrate challenges to effective treatment of common global health issues (malaria and cholera) in locations with underdeveloped health programs, and explain health challenges in specific locations where TTUHSC students perform international health electives.

Lectures

  • Intro Lecture
    • date: 8/13/12
    • student facilitator: Michelle McClelland
    • faculty facilitator: Simon Williams
  • Barriers to Healthcare I
    • date: 8/27/12
    • student facilitator: Michelle McClelland
    • faculty facilitator: Ambassador Tibor Nagy
  • Barriers to Healthcare II
    • date: 9/10/12
    • student facilitator: Bree Goodwin
    • faculty facilitator: Ambassador Tibor Nagy
  • Living in Emergency
    • date: 9/24/12
  • Ethics
    • date: 10/8/12
    • student facilitator: Brenda Watkins
    • faculty facilitator: Tommie Farrell
  • Infectious Disease
    • date: 10/22/12
    • student facilitator: Shannon Hempstead
    • faculty facilitator: Joehassin Cordero
  • Simulation Day
  • Culturally Competent Health Education
    • date: 12/3/12
    • student facilitator: Katy Britten and Natalie Kashefi
    • faculty facilitator: TBD
  • Microloans and Women
  • Global Health Economics
    • date: 1/28/13
    • student facilitator: Justin Berk
    • faculty facilitator: Kim Peck
  • Maternal Health/Half the Sky Discussion
    • discussion questions
    • date: 8/13/12
    • student facilitator: Odessa Hamidi
    • faculty facilitator: Robert Casanova
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