Nothing wrong with a little competition! Check out global health major Azfar Hossain's blog post about the final case competition at the Duke Geneva Global Health Fellows Program this summer, where he and his team pitched a worldwide implementation strategy for the RTS,S malaria vaccine. Did they win? Find out! http://bit.ly/2byxUqg
We're so excited to welcome a new class of Master of Science in Global Health students this week! As part of the festivities, we've invited incoming first-year student Lindy Reynolds to take over our Instagram account to share the student perspective on orientation! Follow us for this week's highlights as well as fieldwork photos and other fun snapshots of life at DGHI throughout the year! https://www.instagram.com/dukeghi/
Join our global team!
Enrolment to our GC MOOC is FREE and available on Canvas.net until 14 October 2016 http://bit.ly/2ahLQUp
Course dates: 12 September-24 October 2016
Duration: 6 weeks - Commitment: 5 hours/week
In "Bumps in the Road: The Many Levels of Road Traffic Safety and Injury," DGHI affiliate faculty member Janet Prvu Bettger argues that meeting aggressive SDG 2020 targets for road traffic safety, injury prevention and treatment will require a multi-level approach. http://bit.ly/2bxWs3q