Save the date: 14-15 July GHNGN Annual Conference

Working in the Global Health field is amazing as it offers chances to improve the lives of millions. However, as many student graduating from Global Health and Public Health education programs claim, their career path is challenging. There is a diverse number of occupations falling under the umbrella of Global Health and its vast possibilities all over the world, but how to enter the Global Health field? As a young professional working in Global Health, you might be facing the challenges of how to build your career path in this field. There is a diverse number of possibilities all over the world, but where to start from and how? How to develop the right tools to start building my career path

Save the date: 17-18 November SNIH Annual Conference

Swedish Network for International Health (SNIH) is happy to announce that this year, the annual conference will take place in Uppsala on the 17-18 November 2017. The theme of the conference is: Career Pathways in Public Health: Passion to Profession The focus will be on supporting students to find their own path in the field of public health. To stay updated about the upcoming conference, follow SNIH on Facebook and Twitter, sign up to the newsletter and keep an eye on the website.

Global Journal of Medicine & Public Health opens call for submission

The Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health welcomes authors to submit papers for upcoming issues. Published bi-monthly, the journal is peer-reviewed, open access and has an international editorial board. Our aim is to grow the evidence base for disease prevention and control and we are pleased to accept contributions from all world regions. We are particularly interested in research on development and lower income settings. See our Website for further author guidelines. Proposals will be evaluated on relevance, quality and scientific merit. We invite the global medical and public health community to submit original research, field investigations, review articles, case reports, policy,

Project Proposal 2017

The Global Health Mentorships Program team is delighted to announce that the new Project Proposal has been published. The Proposal includes a project summary, a description of the program, highlights from 2015 and 2016 as well as the overall project plan set out for 2017. If you wish to get in contact with the team inquiring more information on the proposal, please do not hesistate to contact us on Download here

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