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Open Modules in Global Health

 

Dr.Joseph Rhatigan, Harvard UniversityThe International Doctoral School in Global Health (INDIGO) and the Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin, presented two intensive modules by distinguished international academics in May and June 2010 and 2011.

  • Dr Joseph Rhatigan, Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, Harvard University: Case Studies in Global Health Care Delivery, 23-27th May 2011. 
  • Professor Mike Clarke, UK Cochrane Centre; Clinical Trial Service Unit, University of Oxford; and School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College, Dublin: Introduction to Systematic Reviews, 30 May - 3 June 2011. 

 

Open Modules Class May 2011

These courses are open to doctoral students and other researchers active or interested in the field of global health. A limited number of places are available to researchers from outside Trinity College, Dublin, and researchers from our partner institutions around the world are particularly welcome. Course participants are welcome to attend one or both of these modules. The course fee is €150 per module, which covers tuition and course materials.

 

Venue: Seminar Room, Phoenix House, Nassau Street, Trinity College.
Contact: To reserve a place on either of these modules, please send brief personal details and an outline of current research interests to Nonie Gaynor, Indigo Administrator, Email: ngaynor@tcd.ie

To download the Open Modules Flyer please click here.

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Indigo Day: Showcase

On Tuesday 7th June a showcase of INDIGO was held in the Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin. This event was organized to give the Indigo students the opportunity to present their learning experiences and their research project. It was a day to enjoy work in progress and to take part in discussions on Indigo students' research. It served also as an opportunity for Students, Supervisors, the Project Management Team and staff of the Centre for Global Health and partner organisations to interact. The event provided a platform for students to broaden their global health horizon and network. Presentations (the links of which can be found below) feature a wide range of interdisciplinary research related to Global Health from the Indigo students.

To view details of the Indigo Day programme, including descriptions of student research topics, please click here.

Indigo Day Programme

Time

Activity

10.00:

Arrival and registration

10.15:

Opening

10.30:

Karen Hand ‘Branding and NGO’

11.00:

Akin Lawal ‘Health care delivery and accesses’

11.30:

Coffee/Tea

11.45:

Simon Nantamu ‘Leadership attitudes in Ugandan health care’

12.15:

Camille Boostrom ‘Supervision of urban health extension workers’

12.45:

Lunch

13.45:

Bonnix Kayabu ‘Evidence based services’

14.15:

Isabel Kazanga ‘Access to essential health package in Malawi’

14.45:

Nuha Ibrahim ‘Hospital management and motivation for doctors’

15.15:

Coffee/Tea

15.30:

Annarina Koivu ‘Health informatics and systems strengthening’

16:00

Fredrique Vallieres ‘Empowerment of community health workers’

16.30:

Closing

17.00:

Reception

 

 

 


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