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3rd Annual UCSF Global Health Bootcamp CME Course, October 11-14, 2016

Phuoc Le - May 12, 2016
Dear Colleagues, I am writing to share with you a training opportunity for health professionals interested in gaining skills in global health. The third-annual Global Health Bootcamp will be held ...
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Ethics global health education
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Provider Recognition to Improve Ethical Standards

Sandeep Saluja - Dec. 11, 2015
I work in India and not many years ago, each town and city had many good clinics and nursing homes. Even if one was to look at things from a purely selfish angle, no doctor could afford to annoy the c...
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Capacity building designing provider incentives Ethics non-financial incentives
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Nikola Biller-Andorno, MD, PhD on the Role of Ethics in Provider Incentive Design

Today we are delighted to welcome Nikola Biller-Andorno, MD, PhD as a Keynote Speaker for this Breakthrough Opportunities event on Designing Provider Incentives with the Commonwealth Fund. Dr. Bil...
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Ethics Financial incentives Incentive Design non-financial incentives Organizational incentives provider incentives
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

Ethics in Service Learning Abroad

Heather MacCleoud - Aug. 12, 2015
Great interview w/ colleagues from Globalsl.org & Child Family Health International on ethical service learning... Ethics in Service Learning Abroad Heather MacCleoud
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Ethics events global health education Service Learning
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

The Socio Economic Impact of Medical Tourism/ Medical Travel

Medical Tourism is a multi billion dollar industry. The ethical and socio-economic impact of this business practice has yet to be fully analyzed. Some believe that the international standards of care,...
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Ethics implementation medical tourism medical travel Patient Centered Innovations socio-economic impact Technology
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

Global Health Delivery Training in SF

Manisha Singh - Jan. 28, 2015
Based on what many of the experts in this group have said in this forum, University of California at San Francisco along with PIH are putting on a 4-day Bootcamp in Global Health Delivery from Septemb...
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education and training Education & Curricula Ethics global health care delivery global health nursing Guidelines implementation pharmacy physical therapy Simulation Social Determinants of Health Training Curricular ultrasonography
Global Health Nursing & Midwifery

Global Health Delivery Training in SF

Manisha Singh - Jan. 28, 2015
Based on what many of the experts in this group have said in this forum, University of California at San Francisco along with PIH are putting on a 4-day Bootcamp in Global Health Delivery from Septemb...
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education and training Education & Curricula Ethics global health care delivery global health nursing Meetings & Conferences pharmacy physical therapy ultrasonography Work & Volunteer Abroad
[ARCHIVED] Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network

Global Health Delivery Training in SF

Manisha Singh - Jan. 28, 2015
Based on what many of the experts in this group have said in this forum, University of California at San Francisco along with PIH are putting on a 4-day Bootcamp in Global Health Delivery from Septemb...
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Conferences & Meetings continuing education Education & Curricula Ethics global health care delivery global health nursing global health training pharmacy physical therapy ultrasonography
[ARCHIVED] Non-Communicable Diseases

Olympics sponsorship: supporting sport or funding fat?

Alessandro Demaio - July 21, 2012
Surely it is time to rethink? http://theconversation.edu.au/olympics-sponsorship-supporting-sport-or-funding-fat-8054 Olympics sponsorship: supporting sport or funding fat? Alessandro Demaio Dr Sha...
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advertising Children & NCDs Ethics NCD olympic Risk Factors & Prevention
[ARCHIVED] HIV Prevention

Emerging Issues Debate 5: The Ethics of Material Incentives for HIV Prevention

John Nicholson - Jan. 28, 2011
The World Bank's Global HIV/AIDS Program and the Office of HIV/AIDS at USAID are co-hosting a debate series that discusses the constantly changing dynamics of HIV/AIDS, and our collective response. Th...
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Community engagement debate on HIV prevention Developing targeted interventions Ethics HIV prevention Integration and linkages to care material incentives Monitoring & Evaluation Scaling up & managing at scale