Get Social to Stay in the Loop!
The UC San Diego Annual Horizons of Global Health Research Symposium and Field Experience Expo was held on Tuesday, May 9th at the Great Hall. Global Health students, including our upcoming graduating class of 2017, had the unique opportunity to present their research about the diversity of global health work around the world. These presentations included research from the areas of Immigrant/Refugee Health, Mental Health/Substance Abuse, Women’s and Children’s Health, Health Communication/Education, Community Empowerment and Community Health. Faculty and students from across campus attended the event.
On April 19th, 2017 the UC San Diego Global Health Program, Students for Global Health and the Global Forum hosted yet another successful Quarterly Conversations in Global Health event on the topic of Climate Change and Health–Global & Local Perspectives.
Quarterly Conversations provides a forum for the Global Health community to come together to discuss relevant issues in the field from an interdisciplinary perspective and increase community interaction at UC San Diego.
We would like to give a special thank you to the event co-sponsors, Global Health Institute, Office of Sustainability, Division of Social Sciences and Associated Students for providing support and sponsoring this fantastic event. Continue reading “Spring 2017 Quarterly Conversation Recap – Climate Change and Health: Global & Local Perspectives”
Taking MGT 173: Project Management – Health Services this quarter? Here are some very useful tips that could help you in taking on and excelling within the course, thoughtfully provided by one of our Global Health Program Rep: Ashley Emuka!
Joleen Chen, a fourth year undergraduate Global Health major, recently spent time in Thailand working with the Burmese migrant community as part of her Field Experience under the organization, Help without Frontiers.
Samantha Benedicto, a 4th year double major in Global Health and Psychology, spent over seven weeks completing her Field Experience in Kunming, China through SIT’s Community Health and Traditional Chinese Medicine Program. The program provided engagement with China’s system of integrated healthcare where Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Western medicine coexist.
After graduating from UC San Diego as a Global Health Major in the Spring of 2016, Alumna Emma Jackson has been working under the supervision of Dr. Anita Raj as a research project assistant at the Center on Gender Equity and Health at UC San Diego’s Department of Global Public Health.
Ban y Nina Escueta
Have you ever wondered how you could make a difference? Do you ever feel the urge to explore other parts of the world? In between exams, jobs, and extracurricular activities, it’s easy for students to get caught up in the daily stress of life. Some of us, however, have found a way to satisfy both their love for volunteering and their growing wanderlust: join MEDLIFE (a pre-approved Global Health Field Experience opportunity).
This past summer, 6 UC San Diego Global Health students immersed themselves in the Chilean culture and health care system by participating in the Chile Global Health Field School, a 7 week program, in collaboration with the UC San Diego Global Health Program and Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (PUC) in Santiago.