GEMS team publishes policy brief on gun carrying restrictions
The 2019 GEMS in Colombia published its first policy brief. Learn more about the brief, the project, and team below:
The Policy Brief, in BriefJHSPH, SAIS, and the School of Government of Universidad de los Andes joined in a project sponsored by the the JHU CGH to understand the decision-making process and the role of civil society that led to the implementation of the restriction, as well as its adoption in young populations in vulnerable contexts. The policy brief...
Congratulations to our Fall 2019 Lietman Fellowship Awardees
In the Fall of 2019, the Center for Global Health awarded 19 Hopkins medical housestaff and fellows the Paul S. Lietman Fellowship to defray travel costs as they pursue global health clinical and research projects in a low-and middle-income countries. The Lietman expects significant independence and leadership from each of these trainees and seeks to promote long-term careers in global health.
Please join the Center in congratulation this year's Lietman...
CGH publishes systematic review on predeparture travel
06/07/2019Anna Kalbarczyk | The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health
In an effort to better understand the landscape of predeparture preparation for students engaging in global health training, the Center for Global Health recently completed and published a systematic review of the literature with BMC Medical Education.
Predeparture preparation is an essential component of global health training which equips trainees with knowledge and skills in safety, wellness, ethics, and cultural...
2019 GEMS Teams Awarded
Global health is an inherently interdisciplinary field, spanning medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, engineering, business, anthropology, political science, and others. The Global Established Multidisciplinary Sites (GEMS) program at the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health (CGH) aims to bring these disciplines together to identify and tackle important global health challenges around the world.
This year, thanks to support from the Gilead Foundation, the Center...
2019 Global Health Travel Grant Winners Announced
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health recently announced the winners of both the Global Health Field Research Award and the Established Field Placement Award. This year, fifty-four students were awarded travel grants to support student research in over twenty countries. The objective of both programs is to enhance the recruitment of students into global health research and practice careers by providing them the means to work with faculty mentors and to travel overseas to gain...
Celebrating Global Health Day 2019
Caitlin Noonan | The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health
Each year, the Center for Global Health celebrates Global Health Day to recognize the accomplishments of Hopkins students, faculty, and staff in addressing pressing health challenges.
On March 28, 2019, the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health, in partnership with the JHSPH MPH Program, welcomed Dr. Michele Barry as the 2019 Global Health Day Keynote Speaker. Michele Barry, MD, FACP,...