Global Health Journal Club
Our Global Health Journal Club provides our faculty, staff, and students the opportunity to read and discuss current publications, news and events related to the field of global health. Sessions are held monthly and open to all faculty, staff, students, and community members. Please check below for details on any upcoming sessions.
2018 – 2019 Sessions
Mark your calendars for the upcoming season of the Global Health Journal Club! The dates are set, and articles for discussion will be posted in a timely manner. All sessions are held from 12-1:00 PM. Bring your lunch, a friend and join us!
- Friday, April 12, 2019, ALTC 1.105
Student Leaders: TBA
- Friday, October 12, 2018, LIB 2.028
ARTICLE: Micronutrient Sprinkles Reduce Anemia Among 9- to 24-Mo-Old Children when Delivered through an Integrated Health and Nutrition Program in Rural Haiti
Student Leaders: Nathanael Franks (MSII), Anisha Guda (MSII), & Radhika Mohan (MSII)
- Friday, November 9, 2018, LIB 2.028
ARTICLE: Effect of community health clubs on child diarrhoea in western Rwanda: a cluster-randomised controlled trial
Student Leaders: Nimmy Thomas (MSII), Maria Benson (MSII), & Sejal Lahoti (MSII)
- NO DECEMBER JOURNAL CLUB
- Friday, January 11, 2019, ALTC 1.105
ARTICLE: Evidence-based recommendations for addressing mlnurition in health care: an updated strategy from the FeedM.E. Global Study Group
Student Leaders: Duff Dean (MSII), Jordan Barton-Garcia (MSII), & Kinsey Dittmar (MSII)
- Friday, February 22, 2019, ALTC 1.105
ARTICLE: Toward the Cure of All Children with Cancer through Collaborative Efforts: Pediatric Oncology as a Global Challenge
Student Leaders: Mackenzie Spaniol (MSII), Claudina Tami (MSII), & Jeremiah Gress (MSII)
- Friday, March 22, 2019, ALTC 1.105
ARTICLE: A pre-post study of a multi-country scale up of resuscitation training of facility birth attendants: does Helping Babies Breathe training save lives?
Student Leaders: Lindsay Hartup (MSII), Avery Kester (MSII), & Andrew Jeffery (MSII)
Notes from the Field: Global Health In Action
This presentation series provides our faculty, staff, students and invited guests with the opportunity to showcase their past or current work in global health.