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Global Health & Innovation Conference 2013

New Haven, CT • April 12, 2013

Global Health & Innovation Conference 2013 Presented by Unite For Sight, 10th Annual Conference Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA Saturday, April 13 – Sunday, April 14, 2013 ht...

Friday, April 12, 2013 8:00 PM - 8:05 PM EDT

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Global Health & Innovation Conference 2013
Presented by Unite For Sight, 10th Annual Conference
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Saturday, April 13 – Sunday, April 14, 2013

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“A Meeting of Minds”—CNN

The Global Health & Innovation Conference is the world’s largest global health conference and social entrepreneurship conference. This must-attend, thought-leading conference annually convenes more than 2,200 leaders, changemakers, students, and professionals from all fields of global health, international development, and social entrepreneurship. Register during February to secure the lowest registration rate.

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The conference’s confirmed speakers to date include:
Keynote Addresses

Jeffrey Sachs, PhD, Director of Earth Institute, Columbia University; Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, Professor of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University; Special Advisor to Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon
Sonia Ehrlich Sachs, MD, MPH, Director of Health, Millennium Village Project, Earth Institute, Columbia University
“The Origins of Health: Our Behavior and Our Environment,” Al Sommer, MD, MHS, Dean Emeritus, Bloomberg School of Public Health, and University Distinguished Service Professor
More speakers to be announced

Design Thinking Speakers

“Strategic Innovation in Complex Challenges,” Banny Banerjee, Director, Stanford ChangeLabs; Associate Professor, Design Group, Mechanical Engineering Department, Stanford University
“The Next Step for Design: Social Entrepreneurship,” Jon Kolko, Vice President of Design, MyEdu; Executive Director, Austin Center for Design
“Weapons of Mass Design: Taking Products to Scale,” Robert HJ Miros, CEO, 3rd Stone Design Inc.

Education Initiatives in Global Health Speakers

“The ‘New’ World Health: Building a Field Across Disciplines and Sectors,” Sue Goldie, Director, Harvard Global Health Institute
“Impacts of Internet-Based Sexual Health Education in Colombia,” Marco Gonzalez-Navarro, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
“Global Mental Health and the Role of Academic Partnership,” David Henderson, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; Associate Psychiatrist, Massachusetts General Hospital; Medical Director, Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma
“Global Health, Education, and Development: Exploring the Critical Linkages,” Brian Heuser, Assistant Professor of the Practice of International Education Policy, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University; Affiliated Faculty, Vanderbilt Institute of Global Health (VIGH)
“Connect. Heal. Empower: The Findings of a Proven School-Based Community Model for Public Health in Haiti,” Jessica Jean François, Country Director, Hope for Haiti
“International Medical Electives: The Critical Importance of Listening to Your Host,” Christian Kraeker, MD, FRCPC DTM&H MSc, Department of Internal Medicine, McMaster University
“Initiating, Fostering, and Sustaining Biomedical Engineering Education in Africa,” Muhammad Zaman, PhD, Associate Professor, Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine, Boston University

Environment, Energy, and Agriculture Speakers

“Health in Harmony: Saving Forests, Saving Lives. A Five Year Assessment of Project ASRI’s Human and Environmental Health Work in Borneo, Indonesia,” Christina Fitch, Secretary, Board of Directors, Health in Harmony
“The Relationships Between Human Health and Environmental Conservation: Case Studies from Madagascar,” Christopher Golden, PhD, MPH, Ziff Environmental Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment
“Asset-Based Financing for Smallholder Farmers,” Barrett Prinz, Director, Global Human Resources and Legal, One Acre Fund
“Sustainable Innovation through Green Chemistry and Engineering,” Julie Beth Zimmerman, PhD, Associate Professor of Green Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies; Acting Director, Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, Yale University

Film, Photography, Art & Global Health Speakers

“NightWatch: How a Celebrity Campaign is Helping to Knock Out Malaria in Cameroon,” Hannah Bowen, Research Manager, Malaria No More
“Using Visual Methods to Investigate Urban Health Disparities,” Carolyn Cannuscio, ScD, Core Investigator, VA Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, Philadelphia VA Medical Center; Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
“Patient Empowerment: How the Visually Impaired Can Become Better Advocates for Themselves…And for Their Service Providers,” Joseph Lovett, Producer/Director, Going Blind
“Designing Social Change Programs: Lessons from the Field,” Bob McKinnon, President GALEWiLL Design; Director, the GALEWiLL Center for Opportunity & Progress

Healthcare Delivery Models and Impact Measurement

“Improving the Performance of Nurses in Egypt: Leadership and Management Capacity Building Improves Health Services and Outcomes,” Abdo Hassan Al Swasy, Consultant for Obstetrics and Gynecology, Aswan, Egypt; Management Sciences for Health
“Tackling U.S. Health Disparities through Reverse Innovation: Community Health Workers Increase Value-Based Care,” Heidi Behforouz, Medical and Executive Director, Prevention and Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) Project
“Achieving Patient Safety on a Global Scale: The Solutions for Patient Safety Case Study,” Shelley Bird, Executive Vice President, Public Affairs, Cardinal Health
“The Cuban Health System Today,” Peter Bourne, Senior Research Fellow, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford; Chair, Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (MEDICC)
“Middle East ‘Doctors With Borders’ Ophthalmology Opportunities,” Michael Brennan, Past President, American Academy of Ophthalmology; Ophthalmologist, Alamance Eye Center
James Clarke, MD, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic, Ghana; Unite For Sight Ghana Medical Director
“Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare/Wellness for the Base of the Pyramid,” Al Hammond, Co-Founder and Chairman of Healthpoint Services; Director of Health for All, Ashoka
“Partners In Health at 25: A Generation of Solidarity and Partnership,” Ali Lutz, Haiti Special Projects Manager, Partners In Health
“5 Ways to Empower Health Entrepreneurs: With Mobile, Micro-Finance, Merchandise and More,” Chuck Slaughter, President and Founder, Living Goods

Health Policy & Advocacy

“Trading in Global Health: The Politics of Innovation,” Tahir Amin, Co-Founder and Director of Intellectual Property, I-MAK
“Is There the Courage to Change the Nation’s Diet?” Kelly Brownell, Professor of Psychology, Epidemiology and Public Health; Director, Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, Yale University
“Bipartisan Advocacy for Global Health in Difficult Economic Times,” Deborah Derrick, President, Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
“Shifting Paradigm: How the BRICS are Reshaping Global Health and Development,” David Gold, Principal, Global Health Strategies
“Advancing Global Health and Human Rights in the Post-2015 Development Agenda,” Benjamin Mason Meier, JD, LLM, PhD, Assistant Professor of Global Health Policy, Department of Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“The Art of the Patient Narrative: Using Narrative to Enhance Diagnosis and Transform International Policy,” Leana Wen, MD, MSc, Emergency Physician, Brigham and Women’s and Massachusetts General Hospitals; Clinical Fellow, Harvard Medical School

Maternal and Child Health Speakers

“Improving Maternal and Child Health: A Look at Community Level Interventions that Save Lives,” Koki Agarwal, Director MCHIP, JHPIEGO
“State of the World’s Children: A Tragedy in the Making,” Jane Aronson, MD, CEO, Founder, Worldwide Orphans Foundation; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Weill Medical College and Columbia University
“Helping Babies Breathe: Neonatal Care for Resource-Limited Settings,” Sara Berkelhamer, Department of Pediatrics, Northwestern University
“The Role of Nutritious Products to Combat Stunting as One of the Key Long-Term Strategies,” Martin Bloem, Global Coordinator, WFP UNAIDS
“Reducing Pre-Eclampsia Morbidity and Mortality in Low-Resource Settings Through the Urine Congo Red Dot (CRD) Test,”Irina Buhimschi, MD, Associate Professor, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science
“Children as Key Participants in Health Promotion,” Mary Carlson, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
“Collective Efficacy as a Protective Factor in Child Health Promotion,” Felton James Earls, Research Professor of Human Development, Harvard School of Public Health
“Intimate Partner Violence Against Women: The Forgotten Aspect of Gender-Based Violence in Conflict Affected Settings,” Jhumka Gupta, ScD, Assistant Professor, Global Health Epidemiology, Yale School of Public Health
“The Global Toll of Preterm Birth: Strengthening Prevention and Care of Prematurity in Low- and Middle-Income Countries,” Christopher Howson, PhD, March of Dimes Foundation
“The Global Landscape of Cross-border Reproductive Care: Twenty Key Findings for the New Millennium,” Marcia Inhorn, MPH, PhD, William K. Lanman Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs; Editor, Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, Council on Middle East Studies, Yale University
“Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage Plus,” Ellen Israel, Senior Technical Advisor for Women’s Health and Rights, Pathfinder International
“Factors Influencing Neonatal Mortality in Rural Ghana,” Colleen Kraft, MD, FAAP Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute; Pediatric Program Director, Carilion Clinic-Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
“Safe Babies: Building Agency in a Rural Kenyan Community,” James Nardella, Executive Director, Lwala Community Alliance
“Reversing the Trend of Separating Infants and Mothers After Delivery at a USA Academic Center and the Impact on Breastfeeding Rates,” Maureen Padilla, Administrative Director of Nursing, Women’s and Infant’s Service Line, Ben Taub General Hospital
“Friends of Low-Cost IVF: Empowering Infertile Women Globally,” Pasquale Patrizio, Professor of Obestrics and Gynecology, Yale School of Medicine; Director, Yale Fertility Center
“Strengthening Maternal Child Health in Tajikistan by Linking Community and Facility-Based Interventions through Community-Managed Transport Systems,” Ramesh Singh, Health Program Manager, Mercy Corps
“Eliminating Pediatric AIDS, One Mother at a Time,” Robin Smalley, Co-Founder/International Director, mothers2mothers International

Non-Communicable Diseases Speakers

“Challenges and Strategies for Assessing Mental Health in Cross-Cultural Contexts,” Judith Bass, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Applied Mental Health Research Group, Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
“Let’s Close the Billion-Person Treatment Gap for Common Mental Disorders: Rethinking Delivery, Knowledge, and Mental Capital,” Gary Belkin, MD, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor and Director, Program in Global Mental Health, New York University School of Medicine; Senior Director for Psychiatric Services, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
“Association of Sexual Violence, Human Rights Violations, and Mental Health Outcomes in Liberia, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo,” Kirsten Johnson, MD, MPH, Director, Humanitarian Studies Initiative, McGill University; Affiliated Faculty, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University
“Closing the Cancer Divide: Opportunities for Health System Strengthening,” Felicia Knaul, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School; Director, Harvard Global Equity Initiative
“A Novel Simplified Echocardiographic Strategy for Heart Failure Diagnosis and Management at District Hospital Level for Sub-Saharan Africa,” Gene Kwan, MD, Research Fellow, Division of Global Health Equity; Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
“Innovative Partnership for Vision Research Integration: Leveraging Existing Health and Development Platforms for the Eye Diseases,” Gyan “John” Prakash, PhD, MBA, Associate Director, International Programs, National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health
Sarwat Salim, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of Glaucoma Service, University of Tennessee
“Ensuring Right to Sight by Eliminating Needless Blindness through Public Private Community Participation Model,” Sarang Samal, Founder, Kalinga Eye Hospital, NYSASDRI, India; Unite For Sight Partner
“What is Health and Why Do We Need to Know? A New Understanding to Improve Health Through the Meikirch Model,”Sarang Samal, Founder, Kalinga Eye Hospital, NYSASDRI, India; Unite For Sight Partner
“Tropical Dermatology: Role in Global Health,” Aisha Sethi, Assistant Professor, Dermatology and Infectious Diseases, Associate Residency Program Director, Section of Dermatology, University of Chicago

Organization Management Speakers

“Innovation in Health Systems,” Rifat Atun, Professor of International Health Management, Imperial College London

Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Speakers

“Measuring Performance and Outcomes of Health Programs in Low and Middle Income Countries: A Health Systems Perspective,” Juan-Carlos Alegre, Director, Monitoring and Evaluation, Management Sciences for Health
“Showing Up is the First Step: Improving Healthcare Provider Attendance,” Angela Ambroz, Research Manager, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)
“Controlled Trials as Program Evaluation: Not Just for Researchers Anymore,” Paul Bolton, Associate Scientist, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
“Assessing the Economic Impact of Psychological Distress on Employment and National Income in Ghana,” Maureen Canavan, PhD, Associate Research Scientist in Public Health, Yale University School of Public Health
“Implementation and Assessment of a Perinatal Health Education Program in Rural Nepal,” Sienna Craig, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Dartmouth College
“Low Grade Inflammation and Glaucoma,” James Tsai, MD, Robert R. Young Professor and Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Yale University School of Medicine; Chief of Ophthalmology, Yale-New Haven Hospital
“But How Generalizable is That? A Framework for Examining the External Validity of Development Interventions,” Michael Woolcock, Lead Social Development Specialist, Development Research Group, The World Bank

Philanthropy and Investment Speakers

“Gender Lens Investing in Healthcare,” Natalia Oberti Noguera, Founder and CEO, Pipeline Fellowship
“Piloting the ‘Health Impact Fund’ Idea,” Thomas Pogge, Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale University

Social Enterprise Speakers

“Transparency as a Brand Culture,” Kyle Berner, Creator, Feelgoodz LLC
“Lessons Learned From Doing Social Enterprise Start Ups,” Jeffrey Church, Founder, Nika Water
“Creative Failure: How Culture, Economics, and Projection Can Screw Up a Great Program, and What to Learn from That,” Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO, Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co.
“Money in the Jungle: Investments and Earned Income Opportunities in the Amazon,” Tyler Gage, Co-Founder and President, Runa
“The Fig Food Movement: From Tikkun Olam to the Whole Foods Shelf,” Joel Henry, President and Founder, Fig Food Company, LLC
“Separating Consumer Products From Profit: Using a Non-Profit Model in a For-Profit Industry,” Krista Lampe Licata, CORE Foods Chief of Operations and Co-Founder
“Women Rice Farmers Feed Billions: Innovations that Transform Lives,” Ken Lee, Co-founder and Co-owner, Lotus Foods
“Building from the Inside Out: Co-opertives as an Egalitarian, Democratic, Grassroots, Free-Market Development Strategy,” Rodney North, The Answer Man – Information for the Public and Media, Equal Exchange Coop
“Lessons Learned from 28 Days in Captivity,” Alastair Onglingswan, CEO, Green Souls Shoes
Frederick Schilling, Co-Creator, Big Tree Farms
“Improving Our Economy and Our Health with Real Food,” Noha Waibsnaider, Founder and CEO, Peeled Snacks
“From the Congo to the Center of the Universe: How Chocolate Can Help Save the World,” Joe Whinney, Founder and CEO, Theo Chocolate, Inc.

Social Entrepreneurship Speakers

“The Coming Prosperity: How Entrepreneurs are Transforming the Global Economy,” Philip Auerswald, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy, George Mason University
“From Start-Up to Scale-Up: The Path to Becoming Industry Leaders in Reducing Indoor Air Pollution,” Ron Bills, Chairman and CEO, Envirofit International
“Can Good Products Drive Out Bad? Experimental Evidence from Local Markets for Antimalarial Medicine in Uganda,” David Yanagizawa-Drott, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
“Post Conflict Nations: Building Modern Institutions on Traditional Values – The Case Study of Rwanda,” Michael Fairbanks, Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
" The Low Take-up of Welfare Improving Products Among Poor Consumers: Lessons from Randomized Controlled Trials in Bangladesh, India and Malawi," A. Mushfiq Morabak, Associate Professor of Economics, Yale University School of Management
“Design and Policy for Humanitarian Impact,” Tim Zak, Associate Teaching Professor; Director, Institute for Social Innovation, H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University

Social Media & Marketing Speakers

“A Global Study of Marketing and Preschool Children: Young Children’s Awareness of Fast Food, Beverages, Chips & Candy, Alcohol, and Tobacco,” Dina Borzekowski, EdD, Associate Professor, Department of Health, Behavior and Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
“The Medium, the Message, and the Muppets: How Sesame Workshop Delivers Locally-Specific Health Education Across the Globe,” Charlotte Cole, Senior Vice President, Global Education, Sesame Workshop
“Integrated Impact: Aligning Internal Resources and Engaging External Stakeholders to Make a Difference,” Scott Henderson, Managing Director, CauseShift
“Marketing Strategies for Non-Profit and For-Benefit Organizations,” Naomi Hirabayashi, Director of Marketing, Do Something
“The Animated Activist,” Firdaus Kharas, Chairman, Chocolate Moose Media and Culture Shift
“The Power of Dynamic Digital Storytelling,” Linda Reinstein, President/CEO and Co-Founder, Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO)

Surgery & Global Health Speakers

“Three Years of Championing the Fight Against Needless Cataract Blindness in Ghana: Experiences and Challenges at Save The Nation’s Sight Clinic,” Thomas Baah, MD, Ophthalmologist and Director, Save The Nation’s Sight Clinic, Ghana
“Evolution of Conceptual Approaches for NGO Intervention,” Scott Corlew, ReSurge
“Glaucoma Care in West Africa: Challenges and Opportunities,” Leon Herndon, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Duke Glaucoma Service
“Implementation of Surgical Services in Low and Middle Income Countries,” Selwyn Rogers, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

Technology in Global Health Speakers

“Comparative Effectiveness Evaluations of Health Care Technology in Low to Middle Income Countries,” Rajesh Balkrishnan, PhD, Associate Director for Research and Education, University of Michigan Center for Global Health
“Health Information Systems: Design Thinking in the Context of Quality Improvement,” Leo Anthony Celi, MD, MS, MPH, Executive Director, Sana, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT; Research Director, Laboratory of Computational Physiology, MIT; Staff Intensivist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
“Breakthrough: Driving Better Access, Quality, and Efficiency through Collaboration, Technology, and Innovation,” Paul Ellingstad, Parter and Program Development Director, Sustainability and Social Innovation, Hewlett-Packard
HIV Infant Tracking System (HITSystem) in Kenya,” Brad Gautney, PNP, MPH, Founder and President, Global Health Innovations
Jose Gomez-Marquez, Little Devices @MIT and co-founder LDTC+Labs LLC
“‘Planting’ Solutions: Puzzling Problems,” Martin Gordon, MD, FAAAS, Emeritus Chairman and Lifetime Trustee, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library Board; Prior Clinical Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
“Remote Biosensing in Resource-Limited Settings,” Jessica Haberer, MD, MS, Research Scientist, Harvard Institute for Global Health; Assistant in Health Decision Sciences, Massachusetts General Hospital; Instructor, Harvard Medical School
“Using mHealth, eHealth and iHealth in PMTCT and OVC Programs,” Bobby Jefferson, Senior Informatics Advisor, Futures Group
“Bridging the Communication Gap with Speaking Books,” Brian Julius, Owner, Books of Hope
“Technology For Better Healthcare: Using Technology to Leapfrog Traditional Models of Healthcare Delivery in the Developing World,” Shainoor Khoja, Managing Director, Roshan
“Use Scenarios and Target Product Profiles for Malaria Elimination Diagnostic Technologies,” Paul LaBarre, Senior Technical Officer/Portfolio Leader, PATH
“Mobile Technologies to Improve Rural Referral Systems for Obstetric and Newborn Care,” Alain Labrique, Assistant Professor, Program in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control, Department of International Health and Department of Epidemiology, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University; Director, JHU Global mHealth Initiative
Paul Meyer, Chairman and President, Voxiva, Inc.
“The Social Nature of Digital Disease Detection,” Robert Munro, CEO, Ibidon; Graduate Fellow, Stanford University
“Can mHealth Bridge the Gap Between the Haves and Have Nots?” John Piette, Associate Director for Global Health Communications, Center for Global Health, University of Michigan
“Mobile Phone Technology in the Developing World: Driving Supply Chain Transparency and Worker Empowerment,” Todd Stark, President, Good World Solutions

Water and Sanitation Speakers

“A Candid Look at Monitoring, Evaluation and Resolution in WASH in Schools: New Data from the Field,” Leslie Deroo, WASH in Schools Fellow, WASH Advocates
“Increasing Cost Effectiveness in Rural Service Delivery: The Case of Dispensers for Safe Water,” Katherine Hoffmann, Dispensers for Safe Water, Innovations for Poverty Action
“Empowering Youth: Why WASH in Schools Matters,” Elynn Walter, WASH in Schools Director, WASH Advocates

“Advice From The Experts” Panels

“Careers in Social Entrepreneurship: Advice From The Experts”
“Careers in Global Health: Advice From The Experts”
More panels to be announced

Interactive Workshops

“Camp for Orphans: Building Independence and Leadership Skills in At-Risk Youth,”Jane Aronson, MD, CEO, Founder, Worldwide Orphans Foundation; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Weill Medical College and Columbia University and Alyson Fox, Senior Program Manager, Global Partnership Program, SeriousFun Children’s Network
“Scaling Your Social Venture: Becoming an Impact Entrepreneur,” Paul Bloom, Ph.D., Faculty Director, Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE), Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
“The Practicalities of Where, When, and How to Implement Controlled Trials as Program Evaluation,”Paul Bolton, Associate Scientist, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Judith Bass, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Applied Mental Health Research Group, Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
“The Coming Wave of Social Entrepreneurship,” Jeffrey Church, Founder, Nika Water
“What You Won’t Learn in Business School: How to Structure a Social Enterprise for Real and Lasting Change,” Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO, Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co.
“China Has an Africa Strategy; Does Africa Have a China Strategy?”Michael Fairbanks, Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
“(Some!) Essentials of Global Health: Working from a Common Foundation,” Richard Skolnik, Lecturer, Department of Health Policy and Management, Yale School of Public Health; Author, “Essentials of Global Health/Global Health 101”

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