IFGH Conference 2014 Opinion Editorial Key Correspondent: Sanskriti Sasikumar Global health has witnessed an increasing popularity in recent years. Although we seem to have a better understanding of its weaknesses, we have yet to implement structural solutions for its structural problems. However, in recent years there has been an increasing realisation of the benefits of healthcare […]
‘Education is the social vaccine that can combat AIDS’ Fr Michael Kelly, speaks about the AIDS crisis internationally on the eve of World AIDS Day. Conference on ‘Health and Gender Equity in a Period of Global Crisis’ in Galway, jointly organised by the Development Studies Association (DSA) Ireland, Irish Forum for Global Health […]
We’re all set for kicking off ‘HEALTH AND GENDER EQUITY IN A PERIOD OF GLOBAL CRISIS’ in Galway, on 28-29 November 2013! DSA Ireland (Development Studies Association Ireland), the IFGH (Irish Forum for Global Health) and Gender Arc are delighted to present a day and half of interesting and thought-provoking sessions that will focus on […]
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IFGH 2012 Conference Statement, The Global Health Workforce: Pathways to Health, Dublin, February 2012
The most recent version of the programme for the Irish Forum for Global Health Conference – Global Health Workforce: Pathways to Health is now available online. Registration is also open.
A short update on the October 20th One Day Symposium and Learning Event at DCU and on the plans for the upcoming IFGH International Conference being held on 2-3 February 2012 at RCSI in Dublin.
To connect with the IFGH 2010 Conference Materials, click on the links below: Welcome and Conference Opening Dr. David Weakliam, Chair, Irish Forum for Global Health Tom Arnold, Concern Worldwide ‘Innovation in linking food security, nutrition and health’ Dr Philip Onyebujoh, World Health Organization ‘Optimising TB/HIV programme services delivery through TB/HIV research: The WHO/TDR model’ Michael Devlin, Council on Health Research and Development (COHRED) ‘Research for Health: Approaches to […]