Category: Healthcare Industry

Maintaining Passion for Public Health during Residency: An Alumna Interview with Divya Mallampati (Weinberg 2009)

Divya Mallampati graduated from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences in 2009. She was a pre-medical student majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Global Health Studies. She discovered her passion for anthropology in her Freshman Seminar, “The Anthropology of Violence.” That course spurred a curiosity–one that would resonate till today–about the treatment of women’s

Revitalization of Traditional Systems of Medicine in Rural Rajasthan

Not all forms of effective medical treatment come in a pill bottle or are administered through a sharp injection to the forearm. Despite economic and medical progress in urban India, many rural villages and communities lack access to any form of health care. Access to healthcare in rural areas is an issue that the U.S.

Alumni Discuss Post-Graduation Experiences in Panel

The Program in Global Health Studies welcomed back five alumni for a panel discussion to discuss their post-graduation experiences on Thursday, May 19. “This year, we have one of our biggest graduating classes of minors. We’re in the early stages of developing plans for an adjunct major in global health. In addition, there’s an ongoing

Sex and Health

Sex Week is kicking off at Northwestern. Events range from free handouts of candy and condoms at The Rock to presentations about marriage, burlesque or the BDSM movement. Promotion of sex-positive and sex-related topics without a shred of shyness seems completely regular for a college campus atmosphere, but it’s also becoming more common in other

The Future of Professions and Opportunities in Healthcare

Independent medical economist and health futurist Jeff Bauer opened Monday’s “The Future of Professions and Opportunities in Healthcare Panel” with a startling message for audience members in the Norris Arch Room. “I really think healthcare as a growth industry is done,” said Bauer. “We all think that if you’re going into health care you won’t