Five Ways Climate Change Impacts Health — and How Clinicians Can Mitigate its Effect (Healio - Features Jeremy Hess)
Although the link between climate change and health is “becoming increasingly clear,” the medical community is generally unaware of how much climate change is impacting patients today, experts told Healio Primary Care.
Marie-Claire Gwayi-Chore has spent the better part of a decade traveling the globe – examining what public health interventions work, for whom and under what circumstances, and how they can be adapted and scaled up in ways that are accessible and equitable.
It’s no surprise that she's taking the same approach to create a healthy, safe and supportive learning environment for University of Washington School of Public Health students, particularly students of color.
Carey Farquhar, professor of global health, medicine and epidemiology and vice dean in the School of Public Health, has begun a six-month consulting assignment for the World Health Organization on HIV, hepatitis and sexually transmitted disease testing.
In November, Department of Global Health student Tikhala Itaye presented at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), a high-level conference held in Nairobi and co-organized by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the governments of Kenya and Denmark.
40% of Gun Owners Reported Not Locking All Household Guns - Even Around Kids (UW News - Features Alison C. Roxby)
While waiting for free firearm storage devices at gun safety events held in sporting goods stores across Washington, nearly 3,000 people filled out a one-page survey asking how they stored guns at home and other household information.
Through the Clinical Education Partnership Initiative (CEPI), a month-long program designed for medical residents to gain experience abroad, two University of Nairobi medical students, Abdala Mohamed and Hannah Bosire, spent a month training at UW Medicine hospitals in Seattle.