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Global Health Education Day

Global Health Education Day is an exciting opportunity to draw together global health researchers, educators, and students. Led by the Institute for Global Health's Center for Global Health Education, the day's events include a poster session, prominent guest speakers, a networking luncheon, and informative workshops. Internal and external students, faculty, community members and partners from all disciplines across the Chicago-land area are welcome to apply to present posters on projects relevant to global health.

The Institute for Global Health's Center for Global Health Education's annual Global Health Education Day was held on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020. Although we were unable to host this full day of events in a traditional manner, a virtual poster presentation session was held, and we welcome you to view the recording of the virtual event below. In addition, a compliation of all submitted poster presentations can be found here.


Poster Time Markers

0:00 - 10:16: Angela Chun
10:35 - 20:33: John Feister
20:53 - 26:54: Odera Ekeh
27:12 - 37:54: Jeanne Frisby-Zedan
39:24 - 48:36: Rotimi Nettey
48:53 - 57:21: Alexandra Tarzikhan
57:30 - 1:06:56: Jennifer Adrissi (Smith)
1:07:03 - 1:14:56: Charlotte Campbell
1:15:06 - 1:23:24: Ariana Anugerah
1:23:36 - 1:35:20: Jonathon Weber


Virtual Poster Session Winners

Clinical Oral Poster Presentation

Best Poster - Jonathon Weber
Improving Pediatric Access to Ultrasound in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Malawi

Honorable Mention - Jennifer Adrissi (Smith)
A Case of JC Virus Granule Cell Neuropathy in an HIV+ Patient Presenting with Severe Ataxia

Program or Project Oral Poster Presentation

Best Poster - Charlotte Campbell
Asylum Clinics: Establishing a Legal, Medical,and Ethical Framework for the Global Healthcare Practitioner's Role

Honorable Mention - Alex Tarzikhan
Enhancing Community Education through Technology in Lagos, Nigeria

To view all submitted posters, please visit our poster session archive.

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