Please join us for this exciting event!
“Ethical Dilemmas in Global Health”
When/Where: May 25th from 12-2pm in HSB T625
Featuring: Maureen Kelley, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics at the UW School of Medicine Clarence Spigner, DrPH, Adjunct Professor, Global Health Sarah Gimbel, RN, MPH, Technical Advisor, Monitoring & Evaluation, Health Alliance International Steve Gloyd, MD, MPH, Executive Director, Health Alliance International
Description: Global health practitioners routinely face ethical dilemmas in the work that we do with regards to whom we serve, our role in perpetuating disparities, negotiating flaws in the design of health interventions, disagreeing with donors on how to spend ethically, and contributing to global brain drain. Faculty will discuss their first-hand experiences working through and handling dilemmas likely to be encountered by students entering the field of global health. We hope to see you all there! Diego May25_Flyer.pdf