Organization for Global Health

International Health Interest Group (IHIG)
Workshop 2008 - Agenda

Working from Home: Improving International Health Programs in the Bay Area
Saturday, March 1, 2008
Stanford School of Medicine, Alway Building

Post-Workshop Update (3/8/08)!
Links to the videotaped plenary talks and slides made available by the breakout session faciliators are provided below.

Workshop Schedule

9:30 - Check in
10:00 - Welcome & Plenary #1 (M112): George Rutherford, MD - Challenges in Global Health: HIV as a paradigm for disease control - WATCH THE VIDEO & download the ppt
10:45 - Concurrent Sessions 1 & 2
11:45 - Concurrent Sessions 3 & 4
12:45 - Lunch, Topic Tables and Poster Session in Dean's Courtyard
2:00 - Plenary #2 (M112): Thomas Kalil - CGI: A Non-Partisan Catalyst for Action - WATCH THE VIDEO
2:45 - Concurrent Sessions 5 & 6
3:45 - Plenary #3 (M112): Paul Wise, MD, MPH - WATCH THE VIDEO
5:00 - Social at local pub: BBC

Topics for Breakout Sessions

Session 1 - 10:45am in M208
The State of International Health Education - What are we doing? What's working? What's worth a try?
Chris Stewart, MD - Director, UCSF Global Health Clinical Scholars Program - Download ppt
S.V. Mahadevan, MD - Director, Stanford Emergency Medicine International Visiting Scholars Program

Session 2 - 10:45am in M212
Implementation Innovation - devising strategies to cross "the last mile"
Facilitator: Nap Hosang, MPH, MBA, MD - Co-founder, Berkeley Center for Entrepreneurship in International Health and Development (CEIHD)
Download the powerpoint

Session 3 - 11:45am in M208
Get Out of Town (for students) - Opportunities for students to work in the developing world
Scott Loeliger, MD, MS - Program Director, Global Health Through Education, Training and Service (GHETS)

Session 4 - 11:45am in M212
Philanthropreneurship - How to apply sustainable, entrepreneurial ideas to meet public health care needs around the world
Facilitator: Suzanne Gilbert, PhD, MPH - Director, Center for Innovation in Eye Care, SEVA Foundation
Download the powerpoint

Lunch Topic Tables & Poster Session - 12:45pm
International Medical Corps
Stanford's Access and Delivery of Essential Medicine

Session 5 - 2:45pm in M208
Pack a Stethoscope (for doctors) - Opportunities & challenges to work in the developing world
Richard Gosselin, MD - Co-founder, Institute for Global Orthopaedics and Traumatology
Melanie Hayden, MD - Stanford Neurosurgery Resident; experience in Cape Town, S. Africa
Megan Huchko, MD - UCSF OB-GYN Resident; experience in Kenya

Session 6 - 2:45pm in M212
Brainstorming for Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2008 Conference: panel topics, guest speakers, which NGOs to invite, innovative commitments...
Tom Kalil - Chair, Global Health Working Group for the Clinton Global Initiative and Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Science and Technology at UC Berkeley

4:45pm – later: Social at the BBC with discounts for IHIG Workshop participants!
1090 El Camino Real Menlo Park, CA 94025

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