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Open To Non-GHSP? GHSP1Blue = Combined GHSP1 and GHSP236Monthly Contact Hours
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2016/2017TimeLocationTopic
Coordinator or InstructorFormatContentGHSP1 Contact Hours
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AUGUST
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16Release GHSP application (w/ site information as provided by Site Faculty)
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Yes2212-1pmLR AOverview of Global HealthFredrick, ChenLecture/PresentaitonGlobal burden of disease, Intro to first years on campus-related activities. Presentation is done
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Yes2912-1pmLR CGHSP Site Presentations to GHIGGHIG leadership10 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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18MidnightGHSP application closesDue Date for the Application = September 18
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No311-3pmTeam Investment: Site Specific Meetings--Welcome to GHSP1 by sitesGHSP2 and Site Leads to organizeGoals: Meet your team! (Consider Get-to-Know-You activities) Orientation to Site. Overview of past projects. Pair up GHSP1 and GHSP2 scholars as mentor-mentee. Describe potential projects...2
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NOVEMBER
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No46:30pm-9pm302AWelcome to the GHSP!Fredrick2.5
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Yes71-2pmC5702What is Global Health? Trip expectationsFredrickNote for Dr. Fredrick: bring copy of journal questions, example of project report; describe SWOT brieflyWhat is Global Health? Where to start? “In 5 words or less, what do you think global health is?” Review definition of global health. What aspects of the definition to you resonate with, disagree with, have questions about?1
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No1412-1pmC5702IRB and International ResearchKathleen Hay and Patricia Gordon; Sznajder; Belue1
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Yes2812-1pmC5702Global Burden of Disease: Primer on MSK Disorders; DermDr. Brandt Groh; Andrea ZaengleinGHIG1
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No281-3pmJunker AuditoriumTeam Investment: Site Specific Meetings--Planning your project, tripGHSP2 and Site Leads to organizeEach site to cover the following: 1. Project Planning 2. Importance of Team work 27.5
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DECEMBER
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Yes; optional for MPH students512-1pm (lunch provided, RSVP required)LR BGlobal Health Conversations (lunch provided)Dr. Jim HollimanGHIGThe Importance of Trauma and Injuries in Global Health1
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No; optional for MPH students51pm-3pm (RSVP required)C3621MSK Skill Session: Splinting and CastingDr. Jim HollimanSkills-sessionMaybe ask Henry Boateng to help as well?2
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Yes191pm-3pmLR CWhat's Wrong with the World? (GBD)Fredrick, Sznajder
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Yx-pWZcn90iucGj6S8Tfve0t2MDNQvXCcZrjvqWKQxM/edit?usp=sharing
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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No193-4pmTeam 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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January
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No 91pm-3pmGlobal Health Book Discussion: Vulnerability to disease and death; challenges in global healthChen(Heme block)Should we combine GHSP1 and GHSP2?2
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Yes231-2pmRisk, Exposure, Vulnerability: Defining terms; overview of Social-Ecological ModelSznajder(Cardio-Pulm)PROGRESS; can this be built off the book reading?1
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2-3pmTBL stylePlace Matters: GeographyPinto1
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FEBRUARY
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Yes61-2:30pmGHSP2 "Ted Talks"Fredrick8 minute talks by groups of students. Sign up sheet-->https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PahlWBa__WYNjXAnSM0OUjy5Rdw7JvSEQYDSf3hXYaU/edit?usp=sharing1.5
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Yes131-2pmTBL stylePoverty and Health: Poverty Strikes Back; NutritionFredrick, ChenWhyPoverty: 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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2-3pmImportant Deprivations: WASH, Nutrition, EducationFredrick, ChenWhyPoverty: MisEducation1
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MARCH
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Yes, optional for MPH students612pm-1pmLunch lecture--brown bagGlobal Burden of Cardiovascular DiseaseCardiology (Dr. Cyran)GHIG1
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no61-2pmProtecting Influences on Health: Role of health care, health systems, and public health and policyHealth Impact Pyramid1
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APRIL
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Yes, optional for MPH students2412pm-1pm Lunch lecture--brown bagGlobal Burden of Disease: TB & MDR-TBCrookGHIG"A Plague on all our houses"1
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No1-3pmPeople 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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MAY
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Yes (optional for MPH)112pm-1pmLunch lecture--brown bagGlobal 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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Yes1-3pmEthics 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 2
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Yes812pm-1pmlecture roomTravel Abroad Tips: Considerations before you travelTonya Crook?Pre-travel, Travel, and post-trip considerations1
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No1-2pmPBL roomsEmergency Preparedness, Safety & Health Abroad. Cultural Considerations, Etiquette, AttireSite Leads for 1-2pm; Emergency Preparedness 2015 document1
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Yes1512pm-1pmLunch lecture--brown bagConversations in Global Health: Dr. JeffriesGHIG1
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no1pm-1:30pmGHSP last minute detailsNEJM article: "Medical Considerations before International Travel", 2016; Consider also, 'Jet Lag'; Culture ShockEmergency cards, HIV PEP KITS etc (Student Health, Tina Lengle); https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Yx-pWZcn90iucGj6S8Tfve0t2MDNQvXCcZrjvqWKQxM/edit#slide=id.g444d0f2d3_04 0.5
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No1:30pm-3pmPre-trip Review; What If I Get Stuck with a Needle? (and similar concerns, including management of Traveler's Diarrhea)Sell1.5
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