National Science Foundation’s documentary “The Rules of Life” features GHI leader Tony Goldberg.
UW School of Medicine and Public Health Aims to Keep OB/GYNs in Rural America
The public is invited to an event focusing on the entire UniverCity Year (UCY) and all its projects. The presentation will be Wednesday August 16th, 7 PM in the Monona Public Library – Municipal Room. …
GHI Advisory Member Girma Tefera directs program to address discrepancy in surgeon training.
UW-Madison’s QI Institute brings together health leaders from nine countries and Wisconsin to work on everyday challenges.
The President of Botswana Visits the Washington Mandela Fellows on Campus and Sparks Conservation Discussion
UW Hmong: American Nurse Brings her Community to the Doctor’s Office
The 4W Initiative is hiring an Assistant Director
Director Jonathan Patz Interviewed in Vice Article on Climate Change
This call is meant to provide a progress report of ongoing investigations into zoonotic diseases in relation to overall global health. This report is brought to you by CDC’s One Health Office and includes topics …
Mosquito-spread encephalitis found in Wisconsin horses
Undocumented immigration doesn’t worsen drug, alcohol problems in U.S., study indicates
Thirty students and health leaders from a dozen countries present their take-home projects from 2017 Quality Improvement Leadership Institute. After a week of working with UW faculty, staff, students, and each other, they leave with …
GHI Advisory member Anne Pringle contributes to a new paper about how mushrooms send spores in the right direction. Story from the NY Times.
GHI’s Jason Vargo contributes to a new study of walking and bicycling that suggests investing in infrastructure to encourage both correlates with fewer pedestrian and bicyclist deaths.
The idea of One Health – that the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are interconnected—gave the Mandela Washington Fellows from Africa new ways to address health challenges.
Alexis Nizigiyimana, a medical doctor in Burundi, founded the Burundi chapter of the Young Professional Chronic Diseases Network. He will discuss the burden of the four top non-communicable diseases in Africa—diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular diseases and …
GHI is looking for a social media savvy communications intern who is also ready to help with other projects.
The annual Quality Improvement Leadership Institute brings together participants from Wisconsin and across the world who work with UW-Madison faculty, staff and students, and each other, to implement small changes that can improve care. Details …