New Conversations -- Global Health Education

Creator:   Journal Staff
Updated:   4/6/2018
Contains:  8 items
This collection features articles, reports, and more that contribute to the New Conversations topic introduced by David Sklar, MD in his May 2016 editorial: What can be learned from the ongoing efforts around the world to address old and new global health problems through medical education. Some of the challenges that articles in this collection address are large-scale human migration, violence, terrorism, climate change, the emergence of new infections, a growing aging population, and increased costs of health care

Medical Education in Decentralized Settings: How Medical Students Contribute to Health Care in 10 Sub-Saharan African Countries

Talib, Zohray; van Schalkwyk, Susan; Couper, Ian; More

Academic Medicine. 92(12):1723-1732, December 2017.

Building Workforce Capacity Abroad While Strengthening Global Health Programs at Home: Participation of Seven Harvard-Affiliated Institutions in a Health Professional Training Initiative in Rwanda

Cancedda, Corrado; Riviello, Robert; Wilson, Kim; More

Academic Medicine. 92(5):649-658, May 2017.