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Summer 2018 Student Global Health Project Applications are Open

The Center for Global Education Initiatives is pleased to announce five global health interprofessional projects for the summer of 2018. Students have an opportunity to participate in projects in Costa Rica, Israel, Rwanda, The Gambia, and Zambia. Applications are open until Dec. 3.

  • Costa Rica: A comparative analysis of emerging infectious disease outbreak preparedness and response in Costa Rica and the United States.
  • Israel: Expanding greywater reuse in water-scarce regions in Israel.
  • Rwanda: First assessment of injection drug use practices and associated HIV risks in Kigali, Rwanda.
  • The Gambia: Health system strengthening in The Gambia: A continuation of prior work.
  • Zambia: Assessment of medical and pharmacy student knowledge of antimicrobial spectrum in Lusaka, Zambia.

For more information on these projects, go here.

Additional information about the grant application process can be found here.

  
Heidi Fancher Bulletin Board, Collaboration, Education, Research, USGANovember 7, 20170 comments
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Nyagatare, Rwanda

Highlighting Global Health Field Experience

Student presenters discuss their participation in international and stateside global health immersion projects and share unique lessons learned.

Speakers will highlight field work conducted in Rwanda, Ghana, Israel, Lebanon, and U.S. Sharing new cultural and professional perspectives will cultivate a deeper understanding of the social determinants of global health.

  
Anne BrennerEducation, People, UMB News, University LifeOctober 8, 20150 comments
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UMB-Haifa-Collaboration

UMB-Haifa University Collaborative Learning Partnership

Students From Haifa University Visit Baltimore

This month, nine students and three faculty from Haifa University in Israel joined their counterparts from the schools of law, nursing, and social work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) for a week of experiential learning.

Students met with President Jay A. Perman, MD, and the deans of the schools of social work, law, and nursing. They also visited community-university partnerships including Promise Heights, the JACQUES Initiative, and projects in Southwest Baltimore. UMB hosted a series of guest lectures by School of Social Work faculty Lane Victorson, MSW, and Michael Reisch, PhD, MSW, MA, and Jeffrey Johnson, PhD, from the School of Nursing.

Social Work Trip to Israel

In January, an interdisciplinary team of students from the schools of social work, nursing, and law traveled to Haifa University with Corey Shdaimah, PhD, LLM, LLB, associate professor and academic coordinator for the MSW/JD Dual Degree Program; Jane Lipscomb, PhD, RN, FAAN, professor at the School of Nursing and director of the UMB Center for Community-Based Engagement and Learning; and Maryland Carey Law Professor Emeritus Susan Leviton, JD, as part of a course examining issues of social justice and health in Baltimore and Israel.

The course, “Social Justice and Health, Are They Related in my Community?” is a partnership among the University of Haifa Flagship Project, the schools of social work, law, and nursing, and the UMB Global Health Interprofessional Council.

Photovoice Exhibit at Campus Center

The visit culminated in an exhibit from the photovoice project that was part of the course, in which student shared depictions of (in)justice from both countries. The exhibit will remain on display outside of the SMC Campus Center second floor ballroom throughout the month of April.

  
Corey ShdaimahCollaboration, EducationApril 24, 20150 comments
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