This area refers to how globalization affects people’s susceptibility to physical and mental illnesses, their access to appropriate kinds of care, and their general well being within the context of their community. Speakers include dedicated professionals within the fields of global health, public health, medicine, policy and advocacy.
Engage with global health experts working throughout the world. Speaker include:
Orrin Tiberi, MPH, monitoring and evaluation advisor for the National HIV & STI Program at the Mozambican Ministry of Health, Sakun Gajurel MID, Program Specialist with UN Volunteers in Kenya, and Pitt alum Chelsea Pallatino PhD, MPH, BS, Senior Specialist Making Cents International.