Global Health Day

From:

April 02, 2015
(All day)

Schedule:

8:00 AM - 11: 45 AM: Poster Judging
(Feinstone Hall, closed to public)

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM: Awards & Keynote Speaker
Dr. Ian Crozier, Ebola Survivor
(Sommer Hall) 

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM: Student Posters, Presentations & Pizza
(Feinstone Hall)

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM: Afternoon Panel: Hopkins Response to Ebola
(Paige Hall)
 

Event Summary

The 2015 Hopkins Global Health Day will take place on Thursday, April 02 at the JHSPH Wolfe St. Building as part of a week-long series of global health events (March 30 - April 03). The goal of global health week is to showcase Johns Hopkins students' global health work and sustainability.

The day will feature a keynote speaker, posters, excellence in global health mentorship awards, photography awards, and student presentations.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ian Crozier, Ebola Survivor
Talk Title: Perspectives from the Ebola bedside: doctor becomes patient

Dr. Ian Crozier is a Vanderbilt-trained infectious diseases specialist originally from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Over the past six years, primarily at the Infectious Diseases Institute in Kampala, Uganda, he has focused on developing clinical reasoning skills in African clinicians providing complex care in HIV/AIDS.  In August 2014, he was deployed by the World Health Organization to the Ebola Treatment Unit at Kenema General Hospital in Sierra Leone.  After becoming infected, he was evacuated to Emory University Hospital, becoming critically ill, but emerging last October after a 6 week hospitalization. He has been called potentially the sickest Ebola survivor ever.

Afternoon Panel:

Join us for a discussion about the Hopkins response to Ebola. Featuring: 

Dr. Brian Garibaldi - Design & Construction of the Biocontainment Unit
Dr. Linda Mobula - Early Response & Ethical Challenges
David Narrow - Innovation in Personal Protective Equipment

Posters:

Students who were awarded the GHEFP, GHFRA, or MPH Field Experience Awards in 2014 are required to present posters on Global Health Day.

Students who have worked overseas in the past year are invited to submit posters as well and enter the poster contest!

Please see the poster guidelines and sign up below.

>> Poster Guidelines
>> Sign Up Sheet

Photography Competition:

Enter this year's global health photography competition! All Hopkins faculty, students, and staff will be eligible. Submissions are due March 16, 2015 to zoom.snap2015@gmail.com. 

Learn more about the competition, eligibility, prizes, and submission guidelines. 

Questions about Global Health Day? 

Contact: Emily Combs | ecombs@jhu.edu | 410.502.9871

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