2020 MLK Award Winner Inspires Students of Color to be Brave, Challenges all to be Better

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.

UW Student Advocates for Female Reproductive Rights at UN Conference

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.

Psychiatry Consultation Line Provides Mental Health Treatment Advice (Features Jürgen Unützer)

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences recently launched a new service to help prescribing providers in Washington — including providers in the UW Medicine Accountable Care Network — receive clinical advice regarding adult patients (18+) with mental health and/or substance use disorders.

Poor Economics: The Department of Global Health Common Book

DGH’s Common Book aims to serve as a platform for our global health community of students, staff, and faculty to learn together on topics of common importance. We are happy to share that this year’s DGH Common Book, as voted on by members of the department, is: "Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty" by Abhijit Banjeree and Esther Duflo.

Science In The City: MPH Student Discusses Refugee Mental Health

What does mental health look like for refugee populations, and how do the unique social conditions refugees face affect their mental health? Diem Nguyen, a DGH student pursuing her master’s degree in public health, explored this as part of a recent discussion at the Pacific Science Center titled Global Health: Facing the Future. 

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