Tag: global health studies

Faculty panel discusses careers in public and global health

When it comes to global health studies, many students are left wondering how to practically engage with the material learned in class while still making an income and supporting themselves. On May 1, the Office of International Program Development / Global Health Studies brought five faculty members from different disciplines together to talk about practical

Patience and perseverance in global health initiatives

Sitting and listening to the closing keynote speaker for the GlobeMed Summit on April 5, I started to reflect on the journey that had led up to that point. At the beginning of the year, I applied and interviewed for the position of Summit Content Co-Coordinator, a role that entailed developing themes and ideas for

The emergency caesarean section transport system at Meru District Hospital

Maternal health services video blog from the field: Tanzania, 2013 This film documents the process behind patient transportation for emergency maternal health services at Meru District Hospital near Arusha, Tanzania. Due to resource shortages and lacking infrastructure, women needing an emergency caesarean section must often wait for precious minutes while the staff search the entire

The Road Less Traveled – Public Health Graduate School Fair

Northwestern hosted its first annual Public Health Graduate School Fair on October 19 at the Norris University Center. Students interested in everything from working in global health roles to starting their own nonprofits attended to talk to representatives from graduate programs about how a degree in public health can help them reach their goals.