Find Johns Hopkins at CUGH

The 6th Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Conference is scheduled to begin this Thursday (March 26) and Johns Hopkins University will be there in full force. Check out the list of Hopkins presentations, workshops, and exhibitions and make sure to say "hello". You can also download the complete program here.

Thursday, March 26th

11:00 AM  

CS03 Social and Environmental Determinants of Health
Moderator: Dean of Nursing, Patricia Davidson

4:00 PM  

CS06 Innovations, New Technologies, Improvement Science
Moderator: CGH Director, Tom Quinn

CS10 Workshop: The Student Services Professional in Global Health: Case Studies in Admissions, Advising, International Education, and Curriculum
Presenter: CGH Manager, Anna Kalbarczyk

5:45 PM  

TS03.0 Plenary III Debate 1 - Investment in the SDG framework should be in strengthening health systems, not specific diseases.
Moderator: CGH Director, Tom Quinn

Friday, March 27th 

11:30 AM

CS11 Communicable Diseases
Presenter: Dustin Gibson, Research Associate, JHSPH

4:30 PM

CS17 Non-Communicable Diseases
Katharine Allen, Assistant Scientist, JHSPH

Saturday, March 28th 

3:30 PM

Satellite Session: Making the Leap: From Scientific to Public Understanding Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting Communications Workshop
 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Only Hopkins presenters listed

DAY 1: 

Monitoring the HIV treatment and service cascade in Asia and the Pacific: A metric framework analysis
S. Baral

A Novel Tramua First Responder Course in Potosi Bolivia: Initial Results
M.A. Boeck, et al

The Afya Bora Fellowship in Global Health Leadership: Dual mentorship to strengthen the next generation of African health leaders.
Y. Manabe, K.B. Ousman

Information Seeking Needs and Behaviors for Global Health: Mapping Welch Medical Library's Global Health Information Services
M Gross, J. Blanck, D. Hesson, C. Minter, C. Twose, A. Seymour

Evaluating progress in data availability and timeliness: A scorecard assessment of Ministry of Health and National Statistical Office websites in low-income countries
O. Joos

The Diaspora Health Network: A new mechanism of mobilizing foreign US-based health professionals for international health
N. Nagarajan, A. Ranjit, C. Wonodi 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Global Public Health: A Sierra Leone Case Study
R. Groen, A. Kushner

Reducing antibiotic use in the management of upper respiratory infections in the urgent care setting
M. Jones-Holley, T. Goodwin Veenema

Prevalence and Symptoms of Abnormal Vaginal Flora in Rural Sylhet, Bangladesh
L. Mullany, D. Mitra, A. Labrique, P Christian

Sexual Communication Self-Efficacy Mediates Relationship Power and Consistent Condom use among Heterosexual Couples in Soweto, South Africa
A. Leddy

DAY 2: 

Companion animals and home surface contamination in community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus colonization of people
M.F. Davis, P Baron, A. Brazil, J. Ferguson, S. Iverson

Community-based social mobilization and communications strategies utilized in the 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak
C. Fu, T. Roberton, G. Burnham

Early Medical Education in Global Health Research: Development of a Novel Research Track
L.C. Carlson, J.B. Calvello

Application of a systems thinking lens to the design of effective and sustainable scale-up of national community health programs
K.D. Shelley

Contraception choices of refugee women in Philadelphia: A retrospective and observational study examining barriers, beliefs, and practices
K.S. Soin

Estimating costs and lives saved following implementation of a Community Health Worker delivered Timed and Targeted Counseling approach in Palestine
A. Trujillo

Routine Immunization Consultants (RICON) Review in Nigeria: A country driven management approach for health systems strengthening in routine immunization
M. O'Connell, C. Wonodi

An Analysis of Drug Stock-Outs in Rural Western Kenya and Subsequent Patient Impact
M. Qiu

Implementation of low-cost point-of-care cardiovascular diagnostics by non-healthcare professionals in rural Uganda
J. Kim

Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Peripheral Neuropathy in Rakai, Uganda
D. Saylor, X. Kong, R.H. Gray, M.J. Wawer

Evaluating the Developing Families Center: A Unique Model of Midwifery Care, Primary Care and Early Childhood Education
M. Furrer, L.J. Hart

Gender Sensitivity in Health Service Provision in Afghanistan from 2012-2013
J. Gupta, D. Peters

Parenting styles and emerging adult drug use in Cebu, the Phillipines
M.J. Hindin, J.K. Bass, P.J. Surkan, T. Mendelson

CUGH Informational Abstracts (March 26-27, Grand Ballroom): 

CUGH Trainee Advisory Committee: Bringing the Trainee Perspective to Global Health Leadership and Education
M. Fofana

EXHIBITS: 

Global Health NOW (Republic Foyer/Republic A)

International Health (Liberty Ballroom)

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (Liberty Ballroom)

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