Category: Public Health

Global Health Corps and the Fight for Health Equity

Founded in 2008, Global Health Corps is an organization with the goal of attaining global health equity. As Northwestern University’s Class of 2015 begins to search for their post-graduation plans, whether it is employment, research, or higher education, GHC should be on the mind of anyone interested in global health and development. One of the

Public Health Matters: JAMA editor speaks after art showcase

The Northwestern Public Health Review hosted a “Public Health Matters” event on October 7 for members of the Northwestern and University of Illinois at Chicago communities. The event focused on how to communicate public health messages from two angles: pictures and scientific writing. A photo gallery in the Lurie Research Center showcased photographs from Northwestern

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

Mobile health: Uses and growth at home and abroad

Mobile health (mHealth) is the use of mobile phones and technologies, such as tablets, to improve health access, outcomes, delivery, services, and research. The field requires individuals from multiple disciplines, such as medicine, public health, business, computer science, to come together and produce products that serve in both developing and developed nations. Cell phones are

A Toxic Cycle

As a student of global health, I pride myself on keeping up to date on the various challenges to public health around the world, especially the most potent issues. I know about AIDS and malaria, I know about the problems with health insurance in China, and I know the struggles resource poor nations face in