The Yale Pediatric Global Health Track aims to provide Pediatric residents with an in-depth understanding of, and skills to address, the underlying factors that drive child health inequities in the US and world-wide.
The Global Health Track provides all Pediatric residents and students rotating through pediatrics: exposure to the core principles of health disparities in the US and world-wide; exposure to the ethical principles of global health; understanding of basic health needs of refugees and immigrants; understanding of the major causes of childhood morbidity and mortality world-wide
For residents enrolled as part of the Global Health Track we provide opportunities to develop more in-depth understanding, experience, and skills to advocate for, address, and manage the health problems and needs of the most vulnerable children in the US and world-wide. Through immersive clinical experiences, didactics, and scholarly work, these residents gain the experience and confidence to become leaders in pediatric global health.
Calendar of Events: Global Health
Yale Only1:00 PM2:00 PMFikadu Tafesse, PhD Everyone1:00 PM2:00 PMhttps://ynhh.zoom.us/j/99348787864?pwd=dUt4Q1F1aTZPcXdpRGdKNkZLb0RxQT09 Meeting ID: 993 4878 7864 Passcode: 907403 Everyone1:00 PM2:00 PMTara Davila, LCSW - Heather Howell - Bridget Torres, MS, LCSW, BA - Mackenzie Fay - Amy Joy Myers, MSW, LCSW - Karen Hanson, MSSA, LCSW - Durell Snow School Only2:00 PM5:00 PM Everyone2:30 PM3:45 PMClaire Greene
PRFDHR Seminar: Multisectoral approaches to improving mental health and psychosocial wellbeing in humanitarian settings, Professor Claire Greene
Yale Only3:00 PM3:45 PMDana Haugh, MLS Everyone3:00 PM4:00 PM Everyone3:00 PM4:00 PMElias Quijano
Genetics Thesis Seminar: "Systemic Targeting of Therapeutic RNA to Tumors via a Cell-Penetrating and RNA-Binding Antibody"
Everyone3:00 PM4:00 PMDenny May
Genetics Thesis Seminar: "Understanding chromatin compaction transitions and transcriptional dynamics during stem cell differentiation in vivo""
Yale Only4:00 PM5:00 PMElena Hsieh, MD
Human and Translational Immunology Seminar Series: "The role of a hypomorphic LCK defect in the development of colitis"