Global Health Forum Speaker Series


In collaboration with its Faculty Fellows, EGHI coordinates two to four Global Health Forums each academic year. Each forum tackles a different timely global health topic with the goal of emphasizing the multidisciplinary aspect of global health work. An EGHI global health forum typically follows a panel discussion format and includes Emory faculty members and visiting scholars/panelists with expertise in the forum topic. Faculty Fellows from each Emory school are encouraged to participate in the development and implementation of the Global Health Forum Speaker Series throughout the year. This program is one way EGHI connects faculty from across campus around global health issues.

View past Global Health Forum recordings

DGH Series Session 5

Session 5: "Disrupting and Rebuilding Global Healthcare Systems" | April 20, 2021 | Recording now available!

Webinar Recordings

 

Christianity’s Role in United States Global Health and Development Policy: To Transfer the Empire of the World (Routledge, 2019) - "The new century begins: 1900-1948" (Chapter 3) and "Not “either/or” but “both/and:” On Seeing International Health and Development as a Tragic Profession… and Why That Should Give Us Hope" (Chapter 8) by Dr. John Blevins

“Gender, Disability and the Postcolonial Nexus,” Wagadu, Journal of Transnational
Women's and Gender Studies. volume 4, Summer 2007 - (Chapter 10) by Dr. Pushpa Parekh

Costello Anthony, Zumla Alimuddin. Moving to research partnerships in developing countries 

Lavery JV and IJsselmuiden C. The Research Fairness Initiative: Filling a critical gap in global research ethics [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]Gates Open Res 2018, 2:58

Global health 2021: who tells the story? - The Lancet Global Health

Decolonizing Global Health Education: Rethinking Institutional Partnerships and Approaches, Eichbaum, Quentin G. MD, PhD, MPH, MFA, MMHC; Adams, Lisa V. MD; Evert, Jessica MD; Ho, Ming-Jung MD, PhD; Semali, Innocent A. MD, MSc, PhD; van Schalkwyk, Susan C. MPhil, PhD Academic Medicine: March 2021 - Volume 96 - Issue 3 - p 329-335