Introduction to Global Health
The Global Health Humanitarian and Development Workshop took place from 21- 23 June, 2019 in the Achill Outdoor Centre in Achill, Mayo. This is an annual event that is held each year. Sign up to our newsletter to learn about the next scheduled workshop.
This is an introductory multidisciplinary training workshop on Health & Development. It includes technical aspects of humanitarian emergency management – as outlined below in the presentations and videos that you can view to get an in-depth snapshot on the topics covered. The event was organised by the HSE Global Programme, NUI Galway, Comhlamh, Irish Global Health Network, ESTHER Ireland, Trocaire, GOAL, Concern Worldwide, Medicins Sans Frontieres, VSO and Irish Aid.
Meet the participants: doctors, nurses, dentists, professors, occupational therapists, children’s disability specialists, mental health workers, family planning experts, environmental scientists, drug service workers, trauma case workers, physiologists, community health service workers, economists, logisticians, social workers, cervical screen check workers, Master students, and more…
See more photos from the weekend here.
Introduction to Global Health and Development
Introduction to Humanitarian Response Principles
Vulnerability Assumptions Exercise
Humanitarian Emergency Scenario Challenge: Ebola
Ebola Situation Overview
Humanitarian Emergency Scenario Challenge: Cyclone Idai
Humanitarian Emergency Scenario Challenge: Earthquake in Haiti
Technical Aspects of Response
Effective Strategies for Psychosocial Resilience
Comhlámh Resources for Volunteering
Support for those considering working overseas
Technical Aspects of Response: Personal Health & Safety Security
Technical Aspects of Response: Excreta Management (designing a latrine)
Role of UN and WHO in Emergencies
Mind Matters and Self-Resilience
Sexual Abuse Reporting in Pre-Adolescents
Are people with high-risk prescribing more likely to experience poorer health outcomes?
GOAL’s work in Syria
Community engagement during a crisis: SAD-SAD