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Posted by Amanda Twitty on November 11, 2013 in News Posts, Division of Infectious Diseases, featured, Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health, Vanderbilt TB Center, Vanderbilt Tuberculosis Center, VIGH, VUMC
Global health has become an inextricable component of modern-day medical, public health, and nursing practices. There are increasing demands for health professionals who can function competently in a global marketplace, who have research or service interests in health problems of developing countries, or who wish to address global manpower inequities through training or service. This interdisciplinary…
Teams tackle issues of mental health in post-revolution Egypt in 2013 Global Health Case Competition
Certified Nurse-Midwife Mary Martin, M.S.N. became the first School of Nursing student to complete the Graduate Certificate in Global Health when she graduated in December 2012. Martin has a passion for working with multicultural patient populations. “The Global Health Certificate opened my eyes to many ways to serve the global community on a local level,”…
Posted by News on February 22, 2013 in News Posts, education, Global Health Education, Graduate Certificate in Global Health, Mary Martin, students, Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health, VIGH, VU Students, VUSN