Category: Policy

A Look at the Israeli Healthcare System

In the quest to create a healthcare system that provides universal health coverage to all Americans, it is important to evaluate other healthcare systems throughout the world. While conversations typically focus on the European Union’s health insurance programs, I believe that further investigation of the universal healthcare system in Israel is necessary. Under collaborative supervision

New Faculty Spotlight: Beatriz Oralia Reyes

Beatriz O. Reyes is a new professor in the Department of Global Health who will be teaching Community-Based Participatory Research in the Winter 2017 and 301: Intro to International Health in the Spring 2017. She is a member of the Native American Indigenous Studies Steering Group and researcher at the Foundations of Health Research Center

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