Join ReSurge International and partners at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women for their special side event open to the public. This panel will focus on the gender-specific impacts of injuries and will discuss how stakeholders can work together to...
Global health professionals from academia, NGOs, tech, biotech and other private sector partners gathered for the Alliance’s Annual Meeting on Monday, May 16, at UCSF. Amy Lin, acting director of USAID’s Center for Innovation and Impact, discussed the future of the global health sector in a fireside chat moderated by PHI president and BAGHA board chair Mary Pittman. Their conversation was followed by a series of flash talks on the state of global health financing and investments from representatives from the Hewlett Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation. The meeting concluded with highlights on the state of the Alliance and key partnerships.
Join Alliance members PATH, Merck, and UNICEF the Microneedles 2023 conference. The International Conference on Microneedles provides a unique international forum for academics and industry involved in the design, development, application and clinical translation of microneedle technology. The conference includes keynote presentations from leaders in the field interspersed with early career researcher presentations and opportunities for networking where researchers at all levels can interact.
Novel pathogens, climate change, biodiversity loss, food insecurity, health disparities, antimicrobial resistance, water scarcity, pollution… our planet faces a host of interrelated serious challenges in the Anthropocene era. The Rx One Health Field Institute at Alliance member UC Davis is a transformative field-based experiential learning course focused on One Health core competencies for graduate students and early career professionals from all disciplines.
Join North Carolina Global Health Alliance for their 10th annual Global Health Conference.
This event will take place on November 1, 2023 at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. At this year’s event, North Carolina Global Health Alliance’s community will come together to evaluate what it means to have Resilience in the Global Health Ecosystem. Through this theme, the event will reflect on the key elements to expanding global health partnerships, adapting the way we work, and deepening community relationships in the face of an ever-evolving global health landscape.
Join PRC for their annual celebration, Mighty Real Gala, where the Sylvester Community Pillar Award will be presented to a special individual who humbly serves the community, working assiduously to improve lives. All proceeds support PRC’s lifesaving integrated social, legal, and behavioral health services to help San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations.
Join UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences for a virtual information session on their Master’s in Global Health graduate program. Program Director Chris Carpenter, MD, MPH and Associate Director Ingrid Chen, PhD, MS ’13 will present an overview of the program and admissions process and will host a Q+A.
Join Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health for their International Humanitarian Surgical Skills course. The course will help prepare international humanitarian volunteers for delivering surgical care in a low resource setting for treatment of common surgical and obstetric conditions. The 1 ½ day course will provide an overview of the scope of conditions that one might encounter in resource- limited environments. The course is intended for physicians and advanced practice providers with pre-existing surgical/procedural skills: surgery, emergency medicine, family medicine, and OBGYN.
Join the Bay Area Global Health Alliance and Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign in welcoming Dr Harris, a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Honorary NHS Consultant in Public Health Medicine at Imperial College London, to discuss his new book focused on the potential of low cost healthcare solutions from low income countries. The book presents a pathway for the UK’s National Health Service to adopt low-cost but effective innovations from areas of the world traditionally seen as beneficiaries rather than providers of help and support. He will share examples of simple, frugal, high quality alternatives to current practice.
To start the new year and gather our global health community together, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance invites its members to a fireside chat with Dr. Raj Panjabi, followed by a networking reception at 6:30-8:30pm PT, Wednesday, January 10, at Accenture San...
oin the Bay Area Global Health Alliance at the renowned J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference for a panel discussion which will explore how forward-thinking companies and investors are strategically positioning themselves amidst demographic shifts and evolving markets – navigating through strategic investments and cultivating novel partnerships to build value for their organizations and diverse stakeholders.
Join the North Carolina Global Health Alliance for their 2024 North Carolina Global Health Careers Week. The event will feature conversations on key career search-related topics and attendees will have the opportunity to meet with and learn from top employers in the global health industry.
On Thursday, January 25, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance joined Alliance member Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign in co-hosting Dr. Matthew Harris, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health Medicine and Honorary National Health Service Consultant in Public Health Medicine at Imperial College London, to discuss his newly released book, Decolonizing Healthcare Innovation: Low-Cost Solutions from Low-Income Countries.
Dr. Raj Panjabi, a prominent physician, entrepreneur, and former White House official, shared his rich experiences and insights with the global health community at a fireside chat hosted by the Bay Area Global Health Alliance at Accenture’s San Francisco office on January 10. The chat and reception immediately followed the Alliance’s rich panel on healthcare in emerging markets held at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
2024 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference: Reimagining Healthcare in Emerging Markets: The Future of Healthcare Innovation and Investment
On Wednesday, January 10, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance hosted a panel discussion, Reimagining Healthcare in Emerging Markets: The Future of Healthcare Innovation and Investment at the renowned J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco.
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Programs in San Francisco Offer Overdose Response Training for Youth and Community Members to Help Save Lives
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On Monday, October 30, 2023, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi received the first-ever Bay Area Global Health Alliance Leadership Award for her unwavering HIV/AIDS response leadership and contributions to advancing global health and equity throughout her career.
Too often, promising health interventions do not reach the world’s most vulnerable or are not effectively adapted to community needs and constraints, resulting in critical needs remaining unmet and growing health inequity. On Thursday, October 26, 2023, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance’s Insights to Action event explored practical solutions to close the gap between what we know and what we do, using the lens of implementation science to advance health equity.
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