Member Highlights

Member Highlights: Child Family Health International

Child Family Health International (CFHI) is a non-profit CUGH member who partners with universities to meet student demand for international fieldwork and practicums without compromising quality, safety, and academic rigor.  CFHI is on the cutting edge of competency-based education, pre-departure training, and inter-professional global health engagement. Its programs are known for providing an asset-based narrative about global health featuring community-based realities and expertise. 
 

Member Highlights: Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia

The Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (UPCH) is the leading biomedical research institution in Peru, and is engaged in health and scientific research that is funded by national and foreign entities including universities, government agencies, and foundations. UPCH is first among all Peruvian institutions in scientific production, according to Latin American Ranking Scimago Institutions Rankings (SIR) in 2012, and plays a critical role in developing the next generation of health professionals in Peru and abroad.

Member Highlights: Dartmouth College

The Tuck School of Business and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice have partnered to offer the Master of Health Care Delivery Science. The combination of advanced research expertise in health care outcomes with the Tuck School's success in teaching leadership, teamwork, finance, and operations creates an educational opportunity that strengthens a student's management and implementation capabilities.

Member Highlights: Georgetown University

The O'Neill Institute for Global Health Law at Georgetown University will be holding an exciting summer program on infectious diseases and the law June 22-26, 2015. This timely course will bring together leading practitioners, policymakers, advocates, and academics in global health to explore the role and implications of law in the global response to infectious diseases. Interactive lectures, panels, and case studies will examine legal powers, duties, and constraints relevant to infectious diseases. 

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