Critical Global Health Needs and Solutions: From Ebola to Mental Health Webinar

Posted by Unite for Sight on November 24, 2014

Join Unite For Sight’s free webinar on Monday, December 1st (2-3 pm Eastern Time) to learn about “Critical Global Health Needs and Solutions: From Ebola to Mental Health”. Five panelists will share their expertise, tools, and experiences with critical global health needs and solutions. What works, what doesn’t work, and what are key strategies for ensuring quality, effective healthcare delivery? Please also feel free to forward this message to students and colleagues who may be interested in participating.

Critical Global Health Needs and Solutions: From Ebola to Mental Health Webinar
December 1st, 2-3pm Eastern Time

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Learn from leading experts about critical public health needs and solutions. The webinar will include guidance and advice, as well as ample opportunity to ask the speakers questions about global health needs, effective solutions, and how to design programs that effectively meet the healthcare needs of communities.

Webinar Expert Panelists:

· Sanjeev Arora, Director of Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes); Professor of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

· Daniel G. Bausch, Head, Virology and Emerging Infectious Department, U.S. Naval Research Unit No.6, Peru; Associate Professor, Department of Tropical Medicine, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

· Sasha Kramer, Co-founder and Executive Director, Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL)

· Philip J. Landrigan, Dean for Global Health, Ethel H. Wise Professor and Chairman, Department of Preventive Medicine; Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Children’s Environmental Health Center, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

· Chris Underhill, Founder, BasicNeeds

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