Category: Emergency Medicine

Ebola in Kailahun

On August 8, 2014, the World Health Organization declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Reports of the rapidly spreading Ebola virus in western Africa convinced WHO’s Emergency Committee to alert the international community of impending danger. However, according to Krista Johnson, an assistant professor at Howard University Graduate School, Ebola’s warning signs were

Clinton Global Initiatives University 2016

  Do you have an idea that can bring about social change? Have you already implemented a project that is doing that? The Clinton Global Initiatives University (CGIU) conference is an amazing opportunity that brings together global changemakers, topic experts, celebrities and 1,200 passionate university students from all over the world onto one college campus.

Because Tomorrow Needs Her: MSF’s Global Campaign for Women’s Health

Every day, 800 women around the world die of causes related to pregnancy or childbirth; causes that are most entirely preventable. Ninety-nine percent of these women live in developing countries, half of them alone in Sub-Saharan Africa. And these statistics only begin to scratch at the surface of major global issues facing the health of

Feinberg Global Health Day gathers panel to discuss Ebola outbreak

Ebola has been on the global radar the past few months and the current outbreak in West Africa continues to spread rapidly. As a part of the Feinberg School of Medicine’s Global Health Day, hosted by the Center for Global Health, a panel of experts from the university came together for a presentation and panel