Two major global agendas have become inextricably linked to global health issues. As a result, foreign policy has needed to adapt to better accommodate health in its prioritization of global socio-economic policy
Young people must be recognized as more than just a demographic. They are agents of change who must be empowered to engage with health care systems, global health trends, and development agendas.
In collaboration with Dignitas youth, we have invited researchers and leaders in Global Health to stimulate the much needed discussion on the topic of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).
In collaboration with JULS – Journal of Undergraduate Life Sciences and Education and Equity, We will be screening an impassioned TED talk, in which Ben Goldacre explains why unreported instances of negative data “is a cancer at the core of evidence-based medicine”
Juxtaposition Global Health Magazine is proud to present a discussion with Dr. Joy Fitzgibbon in Partnership with UNSOC. It will be happening Thursday, October 31st in the Junior Common Room at Trinity College.
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