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Global Health Week 2012

November 26-30, 2012

The 2nd annual Global Health Week at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) hosted over 1,000 trainees of all levels, staff, faculty, health care professionals, and community partners actively participated in the week of events.  Local and international programs that are addressing global health issues, Dr. David Gaus, Founder and Director Andean Health and Development, Dr. Paul S. Auerbach, Professor of Surgery Division of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University and Dr. Daniela Jurisic; Vice-President and Clinical Director Co-Founder Association for Active Integrative Medicine Pavia, Italy provided lectures and increased awareness of their partnerships.

Click here to view a printable version of the weeks events (PDF)
 

Monday, November 26

Time

Topic

Presenter(s)/Sponsor(s)

Location

7-8am

Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS) - Changing the Healthcare of an Entire Continent

Dr. Thomas C. Robey; Staff Physician Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin


Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences Grand Rounds

Froedtert West 1st Floor

Dean Roe Auditorium

12-1pm

Neighborhoods to Nations: MCW Global Health Program Updates; Future Directions & New Partnerships

Developing an Internal Medicine Residency Program in Nepal

 

Dr. Stephen Hargarten; Associate Dean for Global Health



Dr. Theodore MacKinney
; Professor Medicine


Students' Global Health Organization (GHO)

MCW Medical Education Building
2nd Floor

CMUTS M2035-M2085 East

5:30-7pm

Keynote Address & Panel Presentation

Water and Our Health  The Millennium Development Goals as they relate to water, sanitation and health: exploring the inter-connections from a community development perspective

 



 

Dr. Jenny Kehl; Associate Professor & Director of the Center for Water Policy School of Freshwater Sciences University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Dr. Anne Dressel; Director, Center for Global Health Equity University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ben Gramling; Director Sixteenth Street Community Health Center Department of Environmental Health

Dr. Marc Gorelick; Professor
Chief Executive Officer and Senior Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs - Children's Specialty Group

Dr. Syed Ahmed; Professor and Director, Center for Healthy Communities
Department of Family and Community Medicine, Associate Dean for Community Engagement,
Director, Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program


Co-sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Institute for World Affairs

MCW Medical Education Building
3rd Floor

Discovery Classroom Room 3750

7-7:30pm

Global Health Week Opening Reception of Uganda Fare

Global Health Program

MCW Medical Education Building
3rd Floor

Discovery Classroom Room 3750
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                         
 

 

Tuesday, November 27

Time

Topic

Presenter(s)/Sponsor(s)

Location

12-1pm

Global Health Elective Opportunities for Students and Residents

Dr. David Gaus; Founder and Director Andean Health and Development


Pediatrics Global Health Program & Students' Global Health Organization (GHO)

MCW Medical Education Building
2nd Floor

Graduate
School Conference Room M2050
 

12:30-1:45pm

Highlights from the 2012 World AIDS Conference

Dr. Loren Galvao; Senior Scientist University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Cunningham Hall
Room G40

5:30-6:30pm

Quantifying the reduction in nonmedical costs after introduction of rural county hospital in Ecuador

Dr. David Gaus; Founder and Director Andean Health and Development


Pediatrics Global Health Training Track Journal Club

8338 Gridley Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213

5:30-7:30pm

President's Diversity and Inclusion Reception

Celebrating Together: Students, Residents, Faculty, Staff and Community Physicians

All our welcome
 

President’s Office and Office of Faculty Affairs and Diversity

MCW
Alumni Center

 

 

Wednesday, November 28

Time

Topic

Presenter(s)/Sponsor(s)

Location

7-8am

Growing Global Health Efforts from Neighborhoods to Nations

Tifany Frazer; Global Health Program Manager


Ophthalmology Grand Rounds

MCW
Eye Institute

7:30-8:30am

What do misoprostol, vinegar and IUDs have in common? Lessons from another universe.

Dr. Fredrik F. Broekhuizen; Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology


Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds

Froedtert West 1st Floor

Dean Roe Auditorium

10:30-11am

Perspective from Abroad: Dermatology Service in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Teledermatology Abroad: You've Got to See It to Belize It

 

Dr. Edit Olasz, Assistant Professor



Dr. Barbara Wilson
; Associate Professor Dermatology


Dermatology Half Day Academic Conference

Froedtert East

Dermatology Administrative Offices, Suite 4100

12-1pm

Local and Global Approaches to Maternal and Neonatal HIV

Barb Cuene, RN; CHW HIV Program Coordinator

Dr. Jacquelyn Kuzminski; Assistant Professor Pediatrics (Hospitalist)

 

Pediatrics Global Health Program
Pediatrics Noon Conference

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Auditorium

12-1pm

Building Pathology Capacity in Peru

Dr. Paula North; Professor and Division Chief Pediatric Pathology


Pathology Grand Rounds

Dynacare Lab Building
2nd Floor

Pathology Conference Room

12-1pm

Examining the Sociological Dimensions of Cultural Understanding, Empathy and Tolerance

Dr. Lisa Bradford; Instructor Medicine


Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities

MCW Health Research Center

1st Floor
Room H1210

4:30-6pm

Global Health Gathering Perspectives on Providing Pediatric Urology Surgery in Palestine

Dr. Anthony Balcom; Assistant Professor, Pediatric Urology

Froedtert Hospital

MCP Administrative Board Room (Room 2929)

6-7pm

 

Current Practices in Wilderness Medicine

Dr. Paul S. Auerbach; Redlich Family Professor of Surgery Division of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University


Wilderness Medicine and Global Health Organization Student Organizations

MCW Medical Education Building
2nd Floor

Graduate
School Conference Room M2050

 

 

Thursday, November 29

Time

Topic

Presenter(s)/Sponsor(s)

Location

9:30-11:30am

Haiti, A Case Study on Disaster Response 

Dr. Paul S. Auerbach; Redlich Family Professor of Surgery Division of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University


Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds

Froedtert Bridge
Conference Room H

10-11am

Partnering with the Slovak Republic: The Potential Opportunities

Dr. Jozef Lazar; Associate Professor Dermatology


Human and Molecular Genetics Center Seminar Series

MCW Health Research Center 5th Floor

Conference Room

12-1pm

Panel of Global Emergency Medicine Partnerships

Dr. Jason Liu:
DMAT

Dr. Paul S. Auerbach: EMS worldwide

Dr. Stephen Hargarten: Belize EMS


Department of Emergency Medicine

MCW Medical Education Building 2nd Floor

CMUTS M2035-M2085 East

12-1pm

New Developments in Rabies Control from Local to Global

Dr. Robert Dedmon; Adjunct Faculty MPH Program

 

Clinical and Translational Research (CTSI) in Progress Seminar Series

MCW Medical Education Building
2nd Floor

Room 2095

12-1:30pm

Film Showing:
A Closer Walk


Lunch provided- RSVP to Yvette Williams

Office of Students Affairs and Diversity

MCW Health Research Center

Kerrigan Auditorium

1:50-3:15pm

International HIV/AIDS
The Effects of Emigration on Salvadoran Children, Families, and Communities


High Risk Crack Use Settings in El Salvador: A Community-based, multi-level HIV prevention intervention

Antiretroviral Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for Heterosexual HIV Transmission in Botswana

Dr. Julia Dickson-Gomez; Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine; and Director, Qualitative Core Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR)

Dustin Hansen, M2 and Ketan Nadkarni, M2
 

 


Sandra J. Johnson, Program Coordinator II Clinical Cancer Care Center

Global Health Pathway Core Session with the Center for AIDS Intervention
Research (CAIR)

MCW Health Research Center
1st Floor

Room H1210

4-5pm

SMART Teams: Plucking the strings of our colleagues instruments

Dr. Timothy M. Herman; Director, Center for BioMolecular Modeling MSOE

Dr. Shannon Colton; Program Director, Center for BioMolecular Modeling MSOEMCW Health Research

Neuroscience Research Center

MCW Health Research
Center 4th floor

Cardiovascular Center Conference Room – H4950

 

 

Friday, November 30

Time

Topic

Presenter(s)/Sponsor(s)

Location

8:30-9:30am

Working in Global child Health: From Volunteers to Academic Partnerships

Dr. Donna Staton; former president American Academy of Pediatrics' Section on International Child Health


Pediatrics
Grand Rounds

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Auditorium

10-11am

Global Burden of Injury

Dr. Stephen Hargarten; Associate Dean for Global Health; Professor and Chair Emergency Medicine


Carroll University School of Public Health

Carroll University Center for Graduate Studies

12-1pm

Active Integrative Medicine: International Perspectives toward individualized Health Maintenance: a three country collaborative experience

Dr. Daniela Jurisic; Vice-President and Clinical Director Co-Founder Association for Active Integrative Medicine Pavia, Italy

Dr. Judith Kosasih; Associate Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Medical Director Medical Rehabilitation, Director Polytrauma Support Clinic Team


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds

Froedtert 1st Floor
 

Helfaer Auditorium located at Froedtert West by the “B” elevators

 

12-1pm

Breathe, Baby, Breathe! An overview of global strategies to prevent deaths secondary to birth asphyxia

Dr. Nicole St Clair; Director Pediatric Global Health Program



Children's Research Institute (CRI) Research Conference

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Auditorium

12-1pm

Fundraiser for School-based Milk Program in Nicaragua

Students' Global Health Organization (GHO)

MCW
1st Floor

Cafeteria Lobby

12:30-1:30pm

Capacity in Mexico and Costa Rica

Dr. Karen Arispe; International Observer

Dr. Irene Aguilera-Barrantes; Assistant Professor Pathology


Pathology Grand Rounds
Building Pathology

Dynacare Lab Building 2nd Floor

Pathology Conference Room

1pm

Global Photography Exhibition Awardees Announces

Students' Global Health Organization (GHO)

MCW
1st Floor

Cafeteria Lobby

3-4:30pm

Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Dr. Philip Lancaster; Adjunct Professor at the School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

UW-Milwaukee Student Union Room E280, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.

 

 

ALL WEEK

1. Global Photography Exhibition: Students’ Global Health Organization (GHO)
    MCW Cafeteria Lobby

2. Globally-themed Healthy Lunches: MCW Wellness Program/Davians Club Med
    MCW Cafeteria
    View the menu

3. Recent books in global health and faculty global partnerships: MCW Libraries
    Window Displays outside of MCW Todd Wehr Library

Pre-Week events:

  • November 20: noon-1pm
    Pediatrics Noon Conference
    Adoption Health
    CHW Auditorium
  • November 21: 7:30-9:00am
    OB/GYN M and M
    Our cases, what would they do in low resource settings 
    Fredrik F Broekhuizen, MD: moderator

Contact the Global Health Program Manager, Tifany Frazer for more information.

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