Category: Public Health

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

The Power of Patient Narrative

“The whole world, all human life, is one story.” We as humans are hard wired for the listening and telling of stories. Our stories define who we are as individuals, and as a community. If we wish to have meaningful and strong relationships in our lives, we must be able to listen effectively. We can

Northwestern GlobeMed Team’s Research Establishes a Foundation for Partnership Moving Forward

Northwestern GlobeMed’s research team, Udita Persaud, Jimmy Wester, Camille Cooley, and Aysha Salter-Volz, received funding from the Radulovacki Global Health Research Fellowship to conduct research in the communities surrounding their partner organization, the Adonai Child Development Centre, in Uganda. Tell us about your project. Udita: Globe Med has a partner organization in Namugoga, Uganda and

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