Dr. Lisa V. Adams MED ’90 and Dartmouth President Philip J. Hanlon D ’77 presented at a special alumni event with the Matariki Network, an international consortium of seven leading like-minded universities, based in seven different countries around the world.
Kara Abarcar ’19 Presents at Global Health Conference in Washington, DC
Second-year medical student Kara Abarcar presented at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) conference in April 2017.
Defining the Future of Global Health Education
In a new article, Dr. Lisa V. Adams and colleagues discuss how to train today’s students for tomorrow’s global health challenges.
Summer Health Internship in the Land of the Midnight Sun
At the Ministry of Health in Greenland, Global health Scholar Ashley Dunkle ’19 developed a report analyzing a possible national Colorectal Cancer Screening (CRCS) Program.
Striving for Equity in Access to and Use of Specialty Care
The Center’s Board Chair, Dr. Patrica Doykos DC ’86, has a new commentary entitled “Striving for Equity in Access to and Use Of Specialty Care.”
Reflections on My Elective in Tanzania
Mengyi (Zed) Zha ’16 reflects on the learning opportunities and the challenges of working at a hospital in a resource constrained country.
Global Reach: Geisel Shares Expertise at International Summit in China
Five faculty from Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine traveled to China earlier this summer to share their expertise with medical professionals from Xi’an Medical University at The International Summit Forum on Higher Medical Education in General Practice.
Center for Health Equity Video
Our new video highlights the important mission and the impact of Dartmouth’s Center for Health Equity.
Partnership with American Indian Communities Offers Valuable Experience
Working with American Indian communities in Minnesota, the Geisel’s alternative spring break program offers valuable primary care experiences.
Finding Inspiration in Rwanda
Steve Bensen, an associate professor of medicine, had long wanted to get involved in global health work. He recently got his chance when he spent two months helping to train physicians and residents at two hospitals in Rwanda.