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July 10, 2014
NGO donates hand washing buckets to schools
May 5, 2014
"University Engagement in Global Health" by Dr. Michael H. Merson from the New England Journal of Medicine.
February 24, 2014
25 high school students from Clarke County, as part of "Experience UGA," came to the UGA Center for Global Health to hear talks about global health, global health versus public health, careers in global health, and global health research. Students heard from the Center's Anjali Morgan and Dr. Colleen Cherry, Department of Epidemiololgy's Dr. Amara Ezeamama, and the Department of Environmental...
October 28, 2013
Register NOW to save your seat! Course Details: HPAM 8820  Call # 51-999 Thursdays, 2-5 PM Wright Hall 150A, HSC The course will be taught by Dr. Isabel Roldos, DrPH, MS, MPA who currently serves as the Vice Dean of the School of Public Health at the Universidad Sa Francisco De Quito in Quito, Ecuador. The course format includes 2 Athens-based classes taught by Dr....
August 27, 2013
BY CAROLYN CRIST / AJT // Nicole Nation was in Israel recently, studying health care in Haifa, all part of a special program that’s been years in the making. Nation and nine other public health graduate students from the University of Georgia lived in Haifa for eight weeks this summer, taking part in classes, participating in a special “hands-on” internship and experiencing the city’s...
May 20, 2013
A growing generational disconnect between adults and children is putting thousands of years of cultural tradition and culinary knowledge in southern Arizona in jeopardy, according to a recent study by a researcher in the College of Public Health. The impact of this "knowledge gap" could help to explain the rise of childhood obesity, Type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease in Native...
March 6, 2013
  The most recent cooperation between the University of Zagreb School of Medicine and the University of Georgia Health Sciences Campus and College of Public Health consisted of joint participation in a conference, including lectures from world renowned experts on health topics.  Dr. Barbara Schuster, UGA Health Sciences Campus Dean, gave a lecture titled "Active Learning: The Medical...
February 4, 2013
A growing generational disconnect between adults and children is putting thousands of years of cultural tradition and culinary knowledge in southern Arizona in jeopardy, according to a recent study by a researcher in the University of Georgia College of Public Health. The impact of this “knowledge gap” could help to explain the rise of childhood obesity, Type II diabetes and cardiovascular...
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