Tuesday, April 4th, 2017
6th Floor, Trent Semans Center (Directions)
Registration is Closed.
4:30 PM: Posters and Meet the Speakers Networking Reception (with heavy hors d’oeuvres)
5:20 PM: Welcome – Health Systems Strengthening: What is it? How are we involved?
- Janet Bettger, Bass Connections GANDHI Faculty Lead; Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
5:30 PM: Keynote – Aligning Policy, Payment and Practice
5:50 PM: Student and Faculty Projects
- Catherine Staton, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Global Health
- Roselyn Appenteng, MD Candidate 2018, Duke University School of Medicine
- Overview of DGNN and Bass Connections: Tony Fuller, MSc Global Health alum and 4th year medical student, Director of DGNN Uganda Research
- Infection Control Project: Meggie Lund, Duke undergraduate in BME
- Medication Management: Garrett Holmes, Duke undergraduate in Biology
- Patient Family Education: Sherry Yang, Duke undergraduate
- Healthcare Fragmentation and Global Disability: Yuhkai Lin, Duke undergraduate in Chemistry and Computer Science, Class of 2017
- Study Framework for Scale-up of Hospital-to-home Transitional Care: Michelle Roberts, MSc Global Health Class of 2017
- Comparative Country Analysis of Policies Supporting Care Transitions: Rachel Shapiro, Duke undergraduate in Computer Science and I&E Certificate, Class of 2019
- GIS Study of Posthospital Services Supporting Children with Surgical Need in Uganda: Nelia Ekeji, Duke undergraduate in International Comparative Studies and Global Health, pre-med., Class of 2019 and Anna Martin, Master’s in Public Policy, Class of 2017
- Eleanor McConnell, Associate Professor, Duke School of Nursing
- Hanzhang Xu, PhD Candidate 2017, Duke University School of Nursing
- Jing Wang, PhD Student, Duke University School of Nursing, Class of 2019
7:00 PM: Global Surgery Panel of Leaders
- Emily Smith, Research Scholar, Duke Global Health Institute
- Henry Rice, Professor of Surgery, Global Health and Pediatrics
- Fraser Leversedge, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Touching Hands Project, American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand
- Michael Haglund, Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurobiology and Global Health
- Selene Parekh, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Parekh Family Foundation
We’re looking forward to a great evening!
Registration is Closed.