Landscape architecture, engineering, geography, nursing, dentistry, medicine, and other disciplines all have roles to play in achieving global health, yet many remain largely underrepresented in global health projects. Bringing together these untraditional partners and building long-term collaborative relationships is the aim of a joint University of Washington and Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM) project that today was awarded the “100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation” grant.
STATEMENT: Standing with all our students, staff and faculty - A response to heated language about immigration
Dear students, faculty and staff:
At the University of Washington, we are honored to collaborate with students, faculty and staff from around the globe. The Department of Global Health, our School of Public Health, and our University would not be the world-class institutions they are without their contributions.
Seattle, WA - More than 180 UW Department of Global Health (DGH) students, faculty, and staff came together for the Global Healthies, the Department’s largest annual event that seeks to strengthen connections and start new collaborations for better global health impacts.
By Disease Control Priorities (DCP3)
Disease Control Priorities (DCP3), a UW Department of Global Health program, provides up-to-date evidence on priorities that countries should consider in order to deliver universal health coverage. DCP3 launched their latest findings on December 6 at a standing-room only event in London co-hosted by The Lancet. The event began with keynote addresses from Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet, and World Health Organization Director-General, Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus.
By The Huddle, UW Medicine
UW Department of Global Health graduate certificate program alumni, Dr. Nelson Chiu, shares his experiences in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.
Led by I-TECH (International Training and Education Center for Health) Executive Director and UW Professor of Global Health Ann Downer, Leadership and Management in Health is a 12-week online course focusing on the practical leadership and management skills required for working in complex global health environments. The course is made up of weekly online modules on team building, accountability, supervision and delegation, conflict management, financial management, use of data for decision-making, and effective communication.
By UW School of Public Health
If it weren’t for a teacher who pushed her to pursue science, Rhea Coler could have slipped through the cracks as a young girl in Trinidad. Three degrees and five patents later, Coler is shaping the future of vaccine development and mentoring emerging leaders in global health.