Truly Global Health Care
Conversations in Global Health Elective
Conversations in Global Health is a forum dedicated to discussions of global or local topical interest.12:05 to 12:55 PM, in the new waterfront Collaborative Life Sciences Building CLSB Room 2S011/2S015.GH Education > Conversations page or at the bottom of the Course flier
"Optimal wellness that transcends national boundaries and is best addressed by cooperative solutions." This philosophy encompasses domestic as well as international health and focuses on health in resource-poor communities.
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New GHC Publications & Articles
Brain Degeneration, Cancer Connections, Peter S. Spencer, PhD, FANA, FRCPath, and Glen Kisby, PhD. Article
Interprofessional Global Health Education in a Cosmopolitan Community of North America: The iCHEE Experience, Valerie S. Palmer, Rajarshi Mazumder & Peter S. Spencer, Academic Medicine: journal of the Association of the American Medical Colleges, Jun 2014, 10p. Full text
The Global Health Center has been committed to inter-professional education since its inception in 2007, having taught over 900 students from dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, physician assistant and graduate nutrition students, along with 79 mid-career to retiring health care professionals. Our programs have served over 1200 clients drawn from Portland's refugee, homeless and other underserved residents. View stats
DO DRUGS REALLY HAVE TO BE SO EXPENSIVE?A liver cancer treatment is off-limits in the National Health Service (NHS) due to its unjustifiably high price tag, but in India the same treatment is available for less than £100 a month. Read more on our GHC Advocacy page
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Recipient of the 2008 NIH John E. Fogarty International Center Framework Grant on Global Health in Changing Environments
The Global Health Center strives to provide accurate and up-to-date information regarding academic, research, and service activities across OHSU and beyond. Given the changing nature of global health, we highly recommend that readers of this website check with programs and training sites of interest to assure accurate information.