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Current global health challenges are multiple and complex, from the rising burden of disease to the climate crisis to health disparities. These are the same challenges impacting our local communities. The Global Health Collective will explore some of these issues and the research and work being done in response. With a focus on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this podcast invites students, faculty, staff, and global health changemakers from the broader community to ...
 
Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.
 
Global Health Conference Midwest (GHCM) is an opportunity for professionals, faculty, and students to connect, collaborate, and learn about pertinent and emerging topics in global health. GHCM represents professionals, graduates schools, undergraduates, 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, fost ...
 
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The relationship between health and security is an area of increasing importance in the twenty-first century. The Global Health Policy Center bridges foreign policy and public health communities by creating a strategy for U.S. engagement on global health. The research topics covered include family planning, maternal and child health, immunizations, and infectious disease, among others. Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this topic below.
 
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Don’t sweat the small stuff and focus on doing your best, even in the worst case scenario. In this episode, we are joined with positive energy from Dr. Deb Sloboda who is a researcher, professor at McMaster University, and one of the founding Co-Presidents of the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Society of Canada. Her work involves under…
 
Infectious diseases like malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV remain major causes of death and disability in Africa accounting for about 1.2 million deaths every year in Africa. By 2050, it is estimated that up to 4 million deaths could occur on the continent due to emergent infectious pathogens and increasing antimicrobial resistance. The covid-19 pande…
 
Last month at the Global Health Security Conference in Singapore, Policy Cures Research launched their second edition of the Landscape of Emerging Infectious Disease Research and Development funding report, supported by the Australian Government. Our guest this week is Dr Paul Barnsley, Senior Analyst at Policy Cures Research, and the lead author o…
 
As the global health community continues to examine how prepared we were for a pandemic, this week’s episode asks – how can we move the conversation forward to future resilience, and what systems can be put in place to ensure we can withstand future pandemics? Our guest this week is Professor Mika Salminen, the Director of Health Security at the Fi…
 
Lucy Ellis is Program Architect and Advisor of the Unnamed Road, part of Designing for Systems Innovation and Leadership (DSIL). She spent several years working on leadership development and organizational design in CDC's Center for Global Health, both internally and with health systems around the world. She now works with The Ready helping organiz…
 
An important Global Health Matters podcast topic this month, discussing the need to build an awareness of the ways we interact with colleagues in the workplace to adapt our programmes to be more inclusive. We need to talk about “the future of global health through diversity and dignity”. Host Garry Aslanyan interviews our special guests who have a …
 
In this episode, we discuss words. Not just any words but words we use in global health to classify countries and people. Words like global North, global South, HIC, LMIC, developing and developed countries, first and third world. If you work in global health on international development, chances are that you have used at least one or several of th…
 
As we move from COVID-19 as a pandemic, to COVID-19 as a virus, this week’s episode asks – what did we learn about pandemic response as a global health community? In particular, what did we learn about applying a global health response in middle- and low-economically developed countries? And what can we do better next time? Our guests this week are…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a new global awareness of the accessibility of diagnostics: we need to test to protect with equal access for all. In this episode of Global Health Matters, we answer key questions such as “how available are essential diagnostics in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)?” Host Garry Aslanyan interviews our specia…
 
"Every narration places the spectator in a position of agency" - Manthia Diawara In this episode, we discuss equity in global health research with Dr. Seye Abimbola. Seye is a senior lecturer at the University of Sidney and editor-in-chief of BMJ Global Health. He is an advocate for the decolonization of global health and has written and spoken ext…
 
The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security has begun a series of roundtables across the country on Future Funding Priorities. At the recent roundtable in Melbourne Robin Davies, First Assistant Secretary of the Global Health Division at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Head of the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security, spoke to Pr…
 
Through the power of transcontinental, transdisciplinary education within the M.Sc. Global Health program, students from all over the world have gained diverse learning experiences and life-long relationships. In this episode, Shania speaks with multiple Global Health students in the Masters program to hear about their experiences navigating the pr…
 
The world is facing a health crisis due to increasing rates of obesity and diabetes, and the consequences of this pandemic will accumulate over the coming decades. Simultaneously, climate change is accelerating and is already having devastating effects that will undermine our ability to feed the world’s growing population. In turn, our food systems…
 
Dr. Alinune Kabaghe is a medical doctor and an Epidemiologist for the Epidemiology and Strategic Information Branch at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Malawi. At the time of recording this interview, Dr. Kabaghe was in a rural area of Malawi responding to the polio outbreak. He discusses his past work addressing malaria, and cu…
 
What are the differences between the various paths to a disease-free world? Why are we pursuing eradication of some diseases while for others, control or elimination is the more realistic option? In this episode, host Garry Aslanyan speaks with three experts who answer these questions and more. Uche Amazigo shares lessons she learned during her ten…
 
Australian Ambassador for Regional Health Security, Stephanie Williams, is back on the road to meet with Australia’s partners in the region and learn about how they have fared during the pandemic. On today’s episode, Ambassador Williams speaks to Armandina Gusmao Amaral, the Program Director at the Partnership for Human Development. Mana Dina is a …
 
Every year, 1.3 million people die from road traffic accidents and millions more are injured. Despite having only about 60% of the global vehicle fleet, low and middle-income countries account for 93% of all deaths from road traffic accidents. Designing roads that take into account safety can prevent road crashes and save lives. In this episode, we…
 
Today’s episode features Professor Allen Cheng, the Director of the Infection Prevention and Healthcare Epidemiology unit at Alfred Health, Professor of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology at Monash University and the Chair of the Advisory Committee on Vaccines to the Therapeutic Goods Administration and an infectious diseases physician. He is also kn…
 
Episode 12 Championing health equity in South Africa As the world commits to equitable access to medicines and vaccines, is this just on paper or a reality? In the case of COVID-19, as of early March 2022, 74% of those in high-income countries have been fully vaccinated, compared with just 11% of people in low-income countries. Can South Africa’s e…
 
World Health Day this Thursday, 7 April will focus global attention on urgent actions needed to keep humans and the planet healthy and foster a movement to create societies focused on well-being. After two years of a global pandemic, it’s a time to reflect on the fact that the health of our planet and the health of our people are inextricably conne…
 
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many predicted that the impact of the disease in Africa would be catastrophic. However, it seems the pandemic did not pan out as predicted. In this episode, we unpack how the COVID-19 pandemic has played out on the African continent with Dr. Ngozi Erondu, a trained epidemiologist and global health security exp…
 
This Thursday, 24 March is World Tuberculosis Day. An estimated 9.9 million people fell ill with TB in 2020 and 1.5 million people died from the disease. TB continues to be a blight in the Indo-Pacific region, particularly in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Kiribati and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Papua New Guinea bears the largest burden of…
 
This week we shine the spotlight on our very own co-host Dr. Ella Amoako. Ella is a pediatric oncology fellow at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Ghana. We discuss Ella's inspiring journey to becoming a pediatrician in Ghana, the challenges she's faced in providing pediatric oncology care in Ghana, and how she continues to advocate for children with c…
 
Throughout the first season of Global Health Matters, we’ve covered a range of topics including research during the COVID-19 pandemic, tackling racism within global health, science communication and implementation research. For this bonus episode, host Garry Aslanyan sat down with two of our listeners who shared their reflections on various episode…
 
The theme for International Women's Day 2022 is "Gender equality today for a sustainable world tomorrow." Women and girls in the Indo-Pacific region are at the forefront of dealing with the effects of climate affected disasters – from natural disasters to pandemics. They are also leading the charge on disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptat…
 
At the centre of the international response to the COVID-19 pandemic was a set of public health obligations called the International Health Regulations (IHR). The IHR is a legally-binding instrument designed to help the international community prevent and respond to acute public health risks that have the potential to cross borders and threaten peo…
 
The opportunity to dream as a child can be a powerful thing. In this episode, we converse with Dr. Teddy Totimeh, a neurosurgeon at the University of Ghana Medical Center in Accra, about the opportunities he had as a child that enabled him to dream about becoming a neurosurgeon and the many enablers, including mentors and teachers, that helped him …
 
Tigest Mekonnen, MPH is a current PhD student at Emory University and a former Surveillance Fellow for the Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch for CDC Malawi, which is part of CDC’s Center for Global Health. Tigest discusses her path to the fellowship, her work as a fellow before and after the pandemic began, and lessons learned along the way. Tha…
 
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, not many Australians could tell you who the state’s Chief Health Officer was. In this episode we talk to Professor Brett Sutton, the Chief Health Officer of Victoria, who in the last two years has become one of the most recognisable figures in Australian public health. We ask Professor Sutton about how the Victorian …
 
Founded in 2006 by the UCSF Department of Orthopedic Surgery faculty and residents, the Institute for Global Orthopaedics and Traumatology, or IGOT, is celebrating 15 years of addressing global disparities in orthopaedic trauma care. This video highlights IGOT's incredible team and the programs that are dramatically changing surgical outcomes. Vali…
 
There is magic in everything and Dr. Priyanka Naidu, a medical doctor and aspiring pediatric reconstructive surgeon, discusses how she consistently finds magic throughout her work. Her work in Operation Smile, formerly as a part of the fellowship program and now as the Senior Advisor to Research, Education, and Innovation, aims to collaborate with …
 
What are the colonial legacies in global health? And what impact have they had on how some health and health research programmes are run in Africa? In this episode, we speak to two visionary women leaders who tell us what’s wrong in global health and give concrete steps toward more equitable and inclusive partnerships. Host Garry Aslanyan speaks wi…
 
Dr. Yaw Bediako is the founder and CEO of Yemaachi, a biotechnology company in Ghana which aims to accelerate the development of cancer detection and cure strategies in Africa using cutting-edge immunogenetics, bioinformatics, and artificial intelligence. We discuss his vision for Yemaachi, challenges faced and lessons learned as well as problems i…
 
One thing we know about the COVID-19 pandemic is that not one state or organisation was adequately prepared for a health crisis of this scale. So, what have we learnt in the last two years about pandemic preparedness? How can states and global health organisations put in place the capacities to respond quickly to a fast-moving threat, and to cooper…
 
Although life may not be truly balanced, it is still possible to feel fulfilled in all aspects and that is how Dr. Deborah DiLiberto, a mother and Global Health professor, carries on her day-to-day life. Rather than fixating on one goal, Dr. DiLiberto showcases the beauty of being open to all opportunities and feeling gratitude for one’s unique tim…
 
Welcome to Global Health Unfiltered, a podcast about unspoken realities and stories in Africa and the world. In this episode, you'll get to meet your hosts, Ella Amoako, Ulrick Sidney Kanmounye, and Desmond Jumbam. We discuss our reasons for starting this podcast and touch on topics that we will dive further into in the upcoming episodes. This incl…
 
Welcome to the Global Health Unfiltered Podcast, a podcast about unspoken realities about global health in Africa and the world. Join us every two weeks as we discuss important global health topics with guests from across Africa and the World. Hosts: Ella Amoako, Desmond Jumbam, Ulrick Sydney Kanmounye Contact us: unfilteredgh@gmail.com Artwork: Ch…
 
Increasingly, digital technologies are transforming the delivery of health services and the functioning of health systems. Many of these technologies have also presented new ways of doing research and informed rapid decision-making. In this episode, we hear how UNICEF worked with Jamaica to rapidly deploy an electronic registry solution for the COV…
 
Founded in 2006 by the UCSF Department of Orthopedic Surgery faculty and residents, the Institute for Global Orthopaedics and Traumatology (IGOT) is recognized as one of the leading academic and global outreach initiatives in the field of orthopaedic trauma. IGOT empowers through education, engaging a sustainable academic-to-academic partnership mo…
 
The latest episode in our Indo-Pacific Health Leaders series features Dr Karma Lhazeen, Director of the Department of Medical Services at the Ministry of Health in the Kingdom of Bhutan in conversation with Ambassador Stephanie Williams. Dr Lhazeen is a tropical medicine specialist, working as a malaria control program manger before becoming chief …
 
Welcome to Contain This, brought to you by the Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security, an initiative of the Australian Government housed at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. We are proud to present our Annual Ruth Bishop Lecture, with Dr Sarthak Das APLMA. Dr Sarthak Das is the Chief Executive Officer of the Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria…
 
How is it like to manage 2 full-time careers, a physician and a mother? Join Dr. Stephanie Liu, aka Dr. Mom, as she takes us along her journey of self-development and finding balance from her time as an undergrad student, to grad student, to medical student, to physician and mother who runs “lifeofdoctormom,” a medically credible blog on Instagram …
 
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