Global and Community Health

2019 Apr 30

Advances in Addressing Oral Cancer: Cells to Society

8:00am to 3:00pm

Location: 

Joseph B. Martin Center
Dean Michelle Williams of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health invites guests to attend "Advances in Addressing Oral Cancer: Cells to Society" on April 30, featuring keynote speaker Sultan Pradham, surgical oncologist at Prince Aly Khan Hopistal, Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Center, and Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai, India. The event is sponsored by Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and the Harvard Chan School Zhu Family Center.

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2019 Mar 13

The State of Federal Health Policies: Where do we go from here?

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

REB 109

Presented By:
Jeffrey Sánchez, MPA
Former eight-term Massachusetts State Representative
2019 HSPH Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow


Chairman Sánchez has been advocating for healthcare reform for over sixteen years. In 2006, he worked to pass landmark legislation which affirmed health care as a right in Massachusetts. Since then, he has crafted laws that support and enable the Life Sciences industry to grow and thrive, establish a statewide health care cost benchmark, and worked to protect and ensure 98% of the state’s population has...

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2019 Jan 18

The Nutrition Transition in Mexico and Civil Society Advocacy to Create Healthy Food Environments

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

REB 109

On behalf of The Office of Global and Community Health

 We Invite You to Attend

 The Nutrition Transition in Mexico and Civil Society Advocacy to Create Healthy Food Environments

Presented By:
Rebecca Berner, Institutional Development Director at El Poder del Consumidor
Marisa Macari, Coordinator of Nutritional Health Research at El Poder del Consumidor  

Rwanda grads

University of Rwanda Graduates First Class of Dentists

December 7, 2018

A jubilant crowd celebrated a victory in a soccer stadium in Huye, Rwanda, this past fall. The fanfare wasn’t for a soccer match, but rather for the commencement ceremony at the University of Rwanda — including its first-ever graduating class of dentists.

With a population of more than 12 million people and fewer than 40 registered dentists to serve them, adding 10 new graduates with bachelor’s degrees in dental surgery was a milestone for the future of the nation’s oral health.

Since 2011, Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) has been a leading partner in the...

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Leadership Forum panel

Leadership Forum Focuses on Changing the Health Care System Through Integration

October 15, 2018

Leaders in academia, business, and health care gathered for the third Leadership Forum, which was hosted by Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s Initiative to Integrate Oral Health and Medicine in late September. The two-day event, held at the Joseph Martin Center in Boston’s Longwood Medical Area, offered a thought-provoking lineup of speakers and panels on the topic of “Achieving Quality and Value in Healthcare through Integration.”... Read more about Leadership Forum Focuses on Changing the Health Care System Through Integration

2018 Oct 25

Worldwide Week at Harvard Panel

Registration Closed 4:45pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

REB Auditorium and Lobby

 

A Worldwide Week at Harvard Event
 
Strengthening Rwanda’s Research Ethics Review Capacity
 

Remarks by Jane Barrow, Associate Dean, Global and Community Health

Panelists:

Nir Eyal, MA, DPhil

Associate Professor of...

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Erinne Kennedy

New MMSc Program Trains Future Leaders and Mentors in Dental Education

May 24, 2018

When Erinne Kennedy, MMSc2019, PD18 was growing up in Middleport, Ohio, she never imagined someone from her hometown of 2,500 people—let alone herself—would become the first of anything at Harvard. Kennedy recently became the first post-doctoral student in Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s MMSc in Dental Education Program.

“It’s...

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Brian Swann

Swann Receives Community Service Award for Oral Health Outreach with the Wampanoag

June 12, 2018

Dr. Brian J. Swann, assistant professor of Oral Health Policy and Epidemiology, was recently awarded a 2018 Dean's Community Service Award for his work with the Wampanoag Tribe Oral Health Relief Effort. Since 2013, Swann has led efforts to bring sustainable, comprehensive, family-centered oral health care to the underserved native population on Martha's Vineyard.... Read more about Swann Receives Community Service Award for Oral Health Outreach with the Wampanoag

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