Bringing International Global Health Solidarity Home

A criticism we heard recently from a residency program director in New York was that when his residents head to JFK airport to practice global health work in a remote area in Haiti, they pass several poor communities with limited health care on the drive over that would love their commitment. From where the global health movement has emerged, this criticism is very relevant. (more…)

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“What if We Made Health Care Proactive?”

Ari Johnson, currently a resident physician at the University of California, San Francisco has recently been featured in an article by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Ari has been noted for his research in the fields of infectious disease, health policy, neurobiology, AIDS, and migration. He is the  Founder and Co-chair of Project Muso, an NGO whose mission is to eliminate preventable deaths in the world’s most impoverished communities. Dr. Johnson has been a close colleague and friend of the Global Health Core, and we have been able to watch the impact and success of his work grow. We are certain that Project Muso will continue to expand its reach in serving populations in need. We are delighted to see his vast amount of work within global health delivery being highlighted in his written reflection on his work in Mali. (more…)

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