The APRU Global Health Program aims to leverage the global health education and research of Asia-Pacific universities to address global health issues through interaction with public policy and media

Since its launch in 2007-08, the program has covered a significant range of topics including emerging public health threats, aging and chronic diseases, infectious diseases and health security issues. It has recently engaged academics, policy leaders, media specialists and communities on non-communicable diseases and on global health issues on campus. The program is hosted by the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health and has a core group coordinating the program.  Decisions on hosting activities are made in consultation with this program core group.

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