The book is entitled Global Health Leadership: Case Studies From the Asia-Pacific ,and is co-edited by APRU Global Health Program leaders, Dr. Mellissa Withers of University of Southern California and Dr. Judith McCool of The University of Auckland. It covers a wide range of disciplines—from tobacco control and non-communicable diseases to maternal health services and disaster preparedness—in a variety of societal contexts. Global health experts from both inside and outside of the APRU network contributed to this book.
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The 2019 conference will be held in Hong Kong and will be hosted by University of Hong Kong.
The 2020 conference will be held in Shanghai, China and will be hosted by Fudan University.
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Researchers at the Keck School of Medicine of USC have published a literature review of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum practices in Asian countries, in the journal Midwifery.
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The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Global Health Program (GHP) published an article about best practices for global health practicums in the Journal of Community Health Nov. 11, 2017. Continue reading “Best Practices in Global Health Practicums: Recommendations from the Association of Pacific Rim Universities.”
Three undergraduate and three graduate students have been named as the winners of this year’s student poster contest. Continue reading “2017 APRU Global Health Conference student poster contest winners named”
Save the date! The University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, will host the 2018 APRU Global Health Program Conference Oct. 28-30. Continue reading “2018 conference announced”
Of the 23 submissions from nine countries around the world, judges have voted three as finalists for the 2017 APRU Global Health Case Competition. Continue reading “Finalists for 2017 Global Health Case Competition announced!”