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How expensive are epidemics? And how does fear-related behavior play in? Find out from Sulzhan Bali of Duke Global Health Institute - DGHI. #SwitchPoint

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Duke global health student Lanre Adisa knows to expect the unexpected in global health -- this has been drilled into his head through many courses. But what he wasn't prepared for when he started his fieldwork in Uganda this summer was the emotional response he had to the people and circumstances he's encountered in the last few months. Read his reflections in his recent blog post.

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Duke Global Health Institute - DGHI student Caesar Lubangakene shares what he learned during the innovation workshop SEAD co-hosted at Makerere University.

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"If they can do it, I can do it, too. I can at least try." Recent global health and public policy grad Suhani Jalota shares how she and the company she founded, Myna Mahila Foundation, help empower women in India. Watch to learn about her inspiring story.

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Check out this great talk by recent MSc-GH grad Sulzhan Bali from the SwitchPoint conference this spring. Pulling from her master's thesis research, she discusses "fearonomics" -- the economic effects of fear around epidemics.

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In his latest blog post, rising junior global health major Noor Tasnim reflects on his faith--and the power of mothers--in the context of his fieldwork in rural Guatemala this summer.

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