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Open to Non-GHSP?White = GHSP1Yellow = GHSP2GHSP = GhanaBlue = Combined GHSP1 and GHSP2Faculty Meeting2311
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2015/16TimeLocationTopic
CoordinatorFormatOther ContentGHSP1 Contact hoursGHSP2 Contact Hours
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January
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Yes41-3pmC1832Global Burden of Disease, OverviewFredrickPPS done; SWOT and PROGRESS2
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No43pm-4pmC1832GHSP-Ghana: Research SessionSznajder
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71-3pmC1845 A/BGhanaian Culture and Etiquette. Susana Larbi-WumbeeDrs. Sznajder, Fredrick, MaloneThis is in addition to her noon presentation in C3621
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Yes111-2pmC3700Global Burden of Disease: AnemiaFreiberg(Heme block)1
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Yes111-2pmC1830Monthly ReflectionNkromahhttp://learningservice.info/videocontest/portfolio/video-1-2/ "Finding A Responsible Volunteer Placement" video (5 minutes). How does these principles apply to global health work? Consider experiences from last Summer's trip, as well implications for future work.1
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Yes135:30pm-8pmUFC Conference RoomGlobal Health NightGHIG22
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No158am-5pmC1830Pre-trip preparation for the 4th year scholarsDr. Malone and Dr. Zaenglein
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No211-4pmSimlabSkills for Low Resource Settings: Lumbar PunctureDr. Gary Thomas(NBS block)1
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Yes251-2pmC1832Global Burden of Disease: MalariaStoute(Heme block just finished)1
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No252pm-4pmASBGHSP-Ghana--Public Health M&MDr. Kristin Sznajder?Kwaku Ansa-Asare?
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Yes251-2pmLR AGlobal Burden of Disease: Mental HealthDr. Fauzia MahrNBS Block3
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FEBRUARY
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Yes81-4pmLR CGHSP2 "Ted Talks"Fredrick8 minute talks by pairs of students. Sign up sheet-->https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PahlWBa__WYNjXAnSM0OUjy5Rdw7JvSEQYDSf3hXYaU/edit?usp=sharing34
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Yes111-2pmC5620Journal Club: Peru GroupNkromahCV Cardio block1
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Yes151-2pmC3621Global Burden of Cardiovasuclar DiseaseCardiology (Dr. Cyran)
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No293-4pmC1817GHSP-Ghana: Session SznajderThis session is exclusive to the Ghana Group
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MARCH
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Spring Break3/14-3/25
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No281-3pmC5620Cultural Humility TO BE RESCHEDULEDGeorge, Wolpaw, Laicha, SznajderNote: document in FCM folder Danny George, Dr. D. Wolpaw, Cheryl Richardson, Dr. Kristin Sznajder2
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No313-4pmC1619GHSP-Ghana: First Differences Session SznajderFavorite T-Shirt Game
•Ask attendees to bring (not wear) their favorite T-shirt to the meeting. Once all participants have
arrived, ask each person to show the shirt to the group and explain how the T-shirt best resembles
their personality.
This session is exclusive to the Ghana Group
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No31530-730pm C1619Faculty MeetingDiscuss application process as well as to catch-up on summer trips and plans for 4th year trips.
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APRIL
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Yes111-2pmC1832Global Burden of Disease: TB & MDR-TBCrookLecture, Chapter discussion, sharingTB & MDRTB; 1
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No142-4pmC5620Cultural Humility George, SznajderNote: document in FCM folder Danny George, Dr. Kristin Sznajder2
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Yes2512-1:30pm (lunch provided, RSVP required)C5702Global Health Conversations with...Dr. Graham Jeffries. Dr. Graham Jeffries "What sent you to the underserved? What did you bring back? What keeps you going?" 3
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No253-4pmC1832GHSP-Ghana: Culture Session SznajderThis session is exclusive to the Ghana Group: What are the dominant cultural practices with regard to the event?
Why are these cultural traditions/social norms practiced and what is the historical context?
How do practices/rituals/routines related to the event organize social relations (e.g. gender/power dynamics, etc.)?
What are the values, beliefs, assumptions that reinforce and perpetuate dominant practices?
Are there challenges to conventional or customary practices? How are they expressed within the culture?
What questions would you like to ask someone in the culture to seek further clarity?

I absolutely think there is value in having students reflect on their own culture, much as we did yesterday in talking about childbirth. Can be a useful exercise in helping students see cultural practices as contingent and contested rather than as static and monolithic.

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MAY
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Yes21-3pmC1845What If I Get Stuck with a Needle? (and similar concerns, including management of Traveler's Diarrhea)SellTrip packets to be distributed.Emergency cards, HIV PEP KITS etc (Student Health, Tina Lengle); https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Yx-pWZcn90iucGj6S8Tfve0t2MDNQvXCcZrjvqWKQxM/edit#slide=id.g444d0f2d3_04 2
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No91-3pmC5621PreTrip: Culture Shock & Reverse Culture Shock. Emergency Preparedness, Safety & Health Abroad.A. Freiberg; Craft; Belue, Fredrick (Craft--Culture Shock)Emergency Preparedness 2015 document2
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Yes161:30 PMC1832Journal Club: Global Burden of Renal Disease; Zambia GroupDr. Nasr Ghahramani The 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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195:30-7:30pmC1619FACULTY MEETINGRESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 31ST. Agena includes: Application process for 2016/2017 AY, updates on summer trips abroad, plans for the 4th year trips.
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No2012noon-1pmC1830Dr. David Craft. Pretrip: Ethics of Global HealthDr. David CraftPretrip, Dr. Craft, Ethics of Global Health. "First Do No Harm"
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MAY
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31st1-4pmC6616GHSP-GhanaSznajderCommunity Engagemetn principles, Ethics in field work, Review Group Report
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JUNE
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11-3pmC3700GHSP Wrap-up Malone, SznajderClinical primer, Cultural Values from a Life Course Perspectivehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1ihxyQ0W__QNewkvCv8uIxXx85qfm6VEMFMoJVL-1w88/edit?usp=sharing
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21-3pmC6616GHSP-GhanaSznajder, FredrickWrap-up
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August
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15DUE: Summer Trip PortfolioSee GHSP1 Orientation Syllabus
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GHSP1 Scholar Presentations to facultyFredrickEach scholar presents findings from Ecuador trip. 8 minute presentation, 2 minute questions.
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THOSE WHO HAVE GONE ON TRIPS
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ZambiaPeruSenegalGhanaDr. Ben Fredrick
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July 5-August 5, 2016Dr. David Craft (6/4 - 6/10)
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Dr. Rhonda Beleu (5/26-5/31)
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Dr. George McSherry
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Dr. Jarrett Sell
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Dr. Brandt Groh
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Dr. Ralph Keil
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Dr. Peg Wojnar
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Dr Tim Boley
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Dr Sarah Iriana
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Dr. Gene Lengerich
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Dr. Jay ZImmerman
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Dr. Stephanie Ashbaugh
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Dr. Andrea Zaenglein
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