"Past to Present: The Global Health Timeline from 2000-2015"
Department:Center for Health and Wellbeing
Game Changers in Global Health: A four-part lunchtime seminar series
The last fifteen years have defined global health in profound and exciting ways. Dramatic increases in funding, the creation of new local/global entities, and the engagement of citizens and the private sector have all played a role in shaping global health as we know it today.
The Global Health Program will be hosting its first Game Changers lunchtime seminar series this spring. Our Departmental Guest, Dr. Anu Gupta will set the stage and interview guest speakers on three game changers in global health.
Session 1: "Past to Present: The Global Health Timeline from 2000-2015"
Lead Discussant: Anu Gupta, MD
In the last 15 years, we have seen the creation of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as well as the birth of Twitter and Facebook. We've witnessed the formation of the Millennium Development Goals and its completion. We've formed new ways to fund global health efforts around the world. We've seen policy decisions spur new discoveries in global health. In this session, through a trivia-based interactive format, we will discuss seminal events that catalyzed our three game changers. Join us for this trip down the global health memory lane.
Lunch will be served.
Sign-up is required: email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
Future topics will include:
- "Partnerships – Pivotal or Passé?: How Public-Private Partnerships Have Fared in Global Health" - March 4th, featuring Alice Lin Fabiano
- "Bono & Bank of America: How Social Media Engaged Everyone in Global Health" - April 1st, featuring Zack Langway
- "New Money, New Mechanisms, New Markets: How Funding Changed the Business of Global Health" - April 22nd
All sessions will be held from 12:15pm to 1:45pm in 011 Robertson Hall.