Event Title

Equitable Partnerships in Global Health: Shifting the Paradigm to Address Disparities

Document Type

Event

Location

Pellegrene Auditorium, SJU

Event Website

https://www.csbsju.edu/global-health/partnership-equity-in-global-health

Start Date

13-9-2022 7:00 PM

End Date

13-9-2022 8:20 PM

Description

If we are serious about promoting health equity for all, we must begin by creating equitable partnerships. We will discuss how to shift the paradigm in our global health work by critically examining our language, attitudes, and practices, so that neither power nor pity determine our ability to collaborate effectively.

Dr. Lisa V. Adams (she/her) is the Associate Dean for Global Health, Director of The Center for Global Health Equity, and a Professor of Medicine in the Infectious Disease and International Health Section at Dartmouth. She designs and leads interdisciplinary global health programs and teaches and mentors college, medical, and public health students in global health. Dr. Adams is an expert in international tuberculosis care and prevention with a focus on improving care delivery to children and persons living with HIV. She has worked in over a dozen countries providing technical assistance to Ministries of Health and academic and nongovernmental partners. Her popular 2019 TEDx talk is entitled Global Health Partnerships: Check Your Privilege at the Border.

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Sep 13th, 7:00 PM Sep 13th, 8:20 PM

Equitable Partnerships in Global Health: Shifting the Paradigm to Address Disparities

Pellegrene Auditorium, SJU

If we are serious about promoting health equity for all, we must begin by creating equitable partnerships. We will discuss how to shift the paradigm in our global health work by critically examining our language, attitudes, and practices, so that neither power nor pity determine our ability to collaborate effectively.

Dr. Lisa V. Adams (she/her) is the Associate Dean for Global Health, Director of The Center for Global Health Equity, and a Professor of Medicine in the Infectious Disease and International Health Section at Dartmouth. She designs and leads interdisciplinary global health programs and teaches and mentors college, medical, and public health students in global health. Dr. Adams is an expert in international tuberculosis care and prevention with a focus on improving care delivery to children and persons living with HIV. She has worked in over a dozen countries providing technical assistance to Ministries of Health and academic and nongovernmental partners. Her popular 2019 TEDx talk is entitled Global Health Partnerships: Check Your Privilege at the Border.

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