Global Health Grand Rounds – Archives
Global Health Grand Rounds are sponsored by the Office of Global Health, whose mission is to develop global partnerships that lead to the generation of knowledge and creation of innovations in health care. The office also provides resources for UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers and clinicians who are interested in global activities.
“The Double Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases in Developing Nations”
Speaker: Brent Armstrong, M.D.
Medical Center of McKinney
“Airway Symposium and Workshop in Nigeria: Challenges and Rewards”
Speaker: Patrick Olomu, M.D., FRCA
Children’s Medical Center Dallas
"HIV in India: A Multifaceted Epidemic"
Speaker: Kavita Bhavan, M.D.
"Global Health Education in the age of Globalization and Travel"
Speaker: John Gibson, M.D.
Director of Global Health Training
John Peter Smith Family Medicine Residency Program
"Journal to Quality Improvement in Tanzania"
Speaker: Patrice Griffith, M.B.A.
Director of Quality Improvement and Safety, UT Southwestern
Presentation - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
"Road Traffic Injury Surveillance in Nigeria"
Speaker: Dima Turkmani, Dr.PH., M.B.A.
Taybah for Healthcare Consulting
"Be Aware or Beware – Global Clinical Trial Regulations"
Speakers: Marti Cherry and Rick Robinson
Fulbright, and Jaworski, L.L.P.
“Impact and Future of Mobile Apps”
Speaker: Arvind Sarin
Founder and CEO, Copper Mobile, Inc.
"Trials and Tribulations of Performing Pregnancy Studies in Developing Countries"
Speaker: Jeanne Sheffield, M.D.
Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, UT Southwestern
"From Parkland to Zimbabwe – A Journey in Surgical Mission Work"
Speaker: P. Craig Hobar, M.D.
"Opportunities in Global Health: The Rotary International Example"
Speaker: Sandra Forster
Rotary International District 5810, North Central Texas
“Hardships are Inevitable; Misery is Optional: Delivery and Teaching Quality Surgical Care in Resource Poor Areas”
Speaker: Donald E. Meier, M.D.
Texas Tech University Health Science Center in El Paso
"Ethical Challenges in Global Health Education: A Case-Based Approach"
Speaker: Ruth E. Berggren
M.D., Director for the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics,
UT Health Science Center San Antonio