Online Program

Innovations in international health

Monday, November 4, 2013: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
This session will discuss the examples of low cost innovations from diverse settings globally which have been important contributors to promote global health .
Session Objectives: List the advantages of innovations in promoting and imoproving public health globally.
Gopal Sankaran, MD, DrPH, MNAMS, CHES

Addressing the consequences of war: A randomized controlled trial of a group intervention to improve emotion regulation, prosocial skills and functioning in war-affected youth   
Theresa Betancourt, ScD, MA, Ryan McBain, Elizabeth Newnham, PhD, Katrina Hann, Adeyinka Akinsulure-Smith, PhD, Robert Brennan, EdD, John Weisz, PhD and Nathan B. Hansen, Ph.D.
Evidence based scaling-up an innovative community-based maternal and newborn health strategy in Ethiopia   
Wuleta Betemariam, MA, MPH, Ali Mehryar Karim, PhD and Nebiyu Getachew, MA
An innovative approach to rural health care in Nepal: Combining community based primary health care, microfinance, and health insurance   
Biraj Karmacharya, MBBS, MSc, PhD, Annette L. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MA, Akina Shrestha, MPH, Sachita Shrestha, BPH, Prabin Shakya, BPH, Samita Giri, MPH, Chandra Yogal, BPH, Shrinkhala Shrestha, MPH, Roshan Mahato, BPH, Rajendra Koju, MD and Archana Shrestha, MPH

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Medical Care

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