Online Program

Global Health Students Panel II

Tuesday, November 3, 2015: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
This session will discuss various field practicums and projects undertaken by students in international health. We will discuss how field work has helped students advance in their career and give them the necessary skills and knowledge to become future global health professionals.
Session Objectives: List various field work projects undertaken by students training in global health. Discuss student experiences and lessons learned in the field.

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Transforming community-based primary health care through the integration of HIV-care in Free State, South Africa   
Angeli Rawat, PhD Candidate, Kerry Uebel, MBBS, PhD, David Moore, MD, Annalee Yassi, MD MSc FRCPC and Jerry Speigel, PhD
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Needs for Medical Interpreters for Limited Japanese Proficiency Patients in Japan: A Quantitative Analysis   
Rie Ogasawara, Yasuhide Nakamura, MD, PhD, Yukiko Ogasawara, MD and Ken Nakata, MD, PhD
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Impact of the Ebola Viral Disease Epidemic on Reproductive and Maternal and Child Health Services in Sierra Leone   
Sharice Preston, MS, CHES, Laura Miller, MPH, Consuelo Beck-Sague, MD, FAAP, Tamba Sam, Mohamed Vandi, Dr. Med., Andrew Dean, MD, MPH, Darren Hertz, MEd and Yolanda Barberá-Lainez, MSc
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Health system strengthening through integration of HIV-care into primary health care: A mixed method province-wide study in South Africa   
Angeli Rawat, PhD Candidate, Kerry Uebel, MBBS, PhD, David Moore, MD, Jerry Speigel, PhD and Annalee Yassi, MD MSc FRCPC

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Vietnam Caucus, APHA-Committee on Women's Rights

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