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Open To Non-GHSP? GHSP1Blue = Combined GHSP1 and GHSP2Topic
Coordinator or Instructor
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2017 2018TimeLocationFormatContent
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AUGUSTGHSP
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YES1812-1pmLR DGlobal Health IntroductionDr. FredrickDiscussion on Global Health and Global Health Opportunities for students, including GHSP. Lunch Provided GHSP Application released.
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YES2812-1pmLR AGHSP Site Presentations to GHIG2nd year scholars are expected to attend.10 minute presentations by each site. Q & A to follow.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ljwbzbe8B1tPpBreALMihV35It9hMnLS3TJhAqi0NTk/edit?usp=sharing
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YES3112-1pmLR DGHSP Site Presentations to GHIG2nd year scholars are expected to attend.10 minute presentations by each site with Q&A at endhttps://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ljwbzbe8B1tPpBreALMihV35It9hMnLS3TJhAqi0NTk/edit?usp=sharing
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SEPTEMBER
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115-6pmLR AMeet GreetThis is directed towards the 1st year students serious about applying to the program.
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24MidnightGHSP application closesDue Date for the Application = September 24
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OCTOBER
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Current scholars and global health faculty review applications and schedule interviews.
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NOVEMBER
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No106:30pm-9pmC3621Welcome to the GHSP!FredrickWelcoming dinner. Overview of curriculum and syllabus
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Yes1312-1pmLR A IRBGHIGInternational IRB
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275-7pmLR CGoals of the GHSPGHSP2 and Site Leads to organizeEach site to cover the following: 1. Project Planning 2. Importance of Team work
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DECEMBER
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Yes; optional for MPH students45-7pmLR AGHSP2 Handoff to GHSP1May combine these two sessions into one long one, if need be.
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No; optional for MPH students115-7pmLR AGHSP2 Handoff to GHSP1May combine these two sessions into one long one, if need be.
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JANUARY
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85:00-6:30pmVideo DiscussionOrganize by sites. Best done in Person
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Yes225:00-7:00pmLR CGHSP2 "Ted Talks"Fredrick8 minute talks by groups of students. Sign up sheet-->https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PahlWBa__WYNjXAnSM0OUjy5Rdw7JvSEQYDSf3hXYaU/edit?usp=sharing
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FEBRUARY
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55-6pmZoom with UPNoticing the social and environmental context abroad
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265-6pmZoom with UPKristin SznajderNoticing vulnerable populations
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MARCH
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12Zoom with UPNoticing health Systens
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26Best in PersonPreparing for a new Culture
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APRIL
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30Zoom with UPEthics in Global Health
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MAY
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14Best in PersonEmergency Preparedness
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No; optional for MPH students111pm-3pm (RSVP required)C3621MSK Skill Session: Splinting and CastingDr. Jim HollimanSkills-sessionMaybe ask Henry Boateng to help as well?
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2-3pmTBL stylePlace Matters: GeographyPinto
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No192-3pmLRCWhat's Wrong with the World? (GBD)19 What’s wrong with the world? (GBD) Global Health Problems 2 hours
GBD
Basic Epi concepts (prevalence, incidence, trends, indicators such as U5MR, DALY)
Disparities
Conclude session: what are the drivers behind these disparities? What are the main contributors? What makes these people more vulnerable to disease and death? Explore this for your own country.
We will explore this through a book reading.
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No195-6pmC1830 C1832 C1850 C1852 C1619 C2832 C3628 Team Investment: Site Specific Meetings--Planning your project, tripGHSP2 and Site Leads to organizeEach site to cover the following items: 1. In-country logistics (including language skills)
2. Lessons learned from experience
3. Travel uncertainty/anxiety (language barriers, feeling vulnerable, being in the minority)
4. Importance of flexibility, being willing to deviate from the preset agenda
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5dR-66bGbm8UjF5MmUxVEJEb0k&authuser=0
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No196:00-6:30pmLR CTrip Objectives and Goals. Fredrick,
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Yx-pWZcn90iucGj6S8Tfve0t2MDNQvXCcZrjvqWKQxM/edit?usp=sharing
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Yes131-2pmTBL stylePoverty and Health: Poverty Strikes Back; NutritionFredrick, Sznader, PintoWhyPoverty: Wilbur Goes Poor I and III; Waste; Hunger for Profit (very good); Global health disparities and the Social Determinants
Role of poverty, education, SES, environment
Poverty, Deprivation, and Health Disparities
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2-3pmC1845Poverty at HomeDan Jurman (Community Action Partnership, Lancaster) djurman@caplanc.orgWhyPoverty: MisEducationJeanne to contact Dan and meet him to bring him to the session
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Yes, optional for MPH students612pm-1pmC2860Global Burden of Cardiovascular DiseaseCardiology (Dr. Cyran)GHIG
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APRIL
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Yes, optional for MPH students2412pm-1pm C2860Global Burden of Disease: TB & MDR-TBCrookGHIG"A Plague on all our houses"
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No5-6:30pmC2860People Matter: CultureGeorgeEthnography as a toolCulture: Ebony & Ivory (‘people are the same wherever you go’)
True or false?
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Cultural Humility; Cultural values from a life Course perspectiveGeorge, SznajderNote: document in FCM folder
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Yes (optional for MPH)112pm-1pmLunch lecture--brown bag C5702Global Burden of Renal DiseaseDr. Nasr Ghahramani GHIGThe global issue of kidney disease
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(13)61545-7/fulltext?elsca1=ETOC-LANCET&elsca2=email&elsca3=E24A35F


Equity and economics of kidney disease in sub-Saharan Africa
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(13)60817-X/fulltext?elsca1=ETOC-LANCET&elsca2=email&elsca3=E24A35F

Evolving importance of kidney disease: from subspecialty to global health burden
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(13)60439-0/abstract
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Yes5-6:30pmC5702Ethics of Global Health Part ICraft; ChenInclude: social media, photos in clinical settings "What sent you to the underserved? What did you bring back? What keeps you going?" Pretrip, Dr. Craft, Ethics of Global Health. "First Do No Harm" Include review of AAMC's https://www.aamc.org/download/181690/data/guidelinesforstudentsprovidingpatientcare.pdf
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Yes812pm-1pmLR ATravel Abroad Tips: Considerations before you travelTonya Crook?Pre-travel, Travel, and post-trip considerations. a) Health and safety while abroad (including underlying health conditions) b) Communication (what is the chain of communication in country?) c) Expectations of students (going out in pairs, risky behaviors, professionalism)
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No5-6pmPBL roomsEmergency Preparedness, Safety & Health Abroad. Cultural Considerations, Etiquette, AttireSite Leads for 1-2pm; Kristin & Casey confirmedEmergency Preparedness 2015 document
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Yes1512pm-1pmLunch lecture--brown bagConversations in Global Health: Dr. JeffriesGHIG
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No5:30pm-6:30pmTBDPre-trip Review; What If I Get Stuck with a Needle? (and similar concerns, including management of Traveler's Diarrhea)Sell
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