Global Health Multimedia

Urban Health in Asia: Growing Needs and Challenges Among the Poorest Populations: Part 1

Webcast: May 10, 2007featuringDr. Siddharth Raj Agarwal, Executive Director, Urban Health Resource Centre; Dr. Diana R. Silimperi, Technical Director, BASICS; and Dr. Victor K. Barbiero (moderator), Visiting Professor, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health and Health Services, The George Washington University; and Senior Adviser to the Global Health Initiative, Woodrow Wilson Center

Urban Health in Asia: Growing Needs and Challenges Among the Poorest Populations: Part 2

Webcast: May 10, 2007featuringDr. Siddharth Raj Agarwal, Executive Director, Urban Health Resource Centre; Dr. Diana R. Silimperi, Technical Director, BASICS; and Dr. Victor K. Barbiero (moderator), Visiting Professor, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health and Health Services, The George Washington University; and Senior Adviser to the Global Health Initiative, Woodrow Wilson Center

The State of the World's Population – Unleashing the Potential of Urban Growth

Webcast: June 27, 2007featuringGeorge Martine, President of the Brazilian Association for Population Studies (ABEP); Consultant, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); and Anthony Kolb, Urban Health Adviser, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

The Lancet's Maternal Survival Series: An Urgent Call to Action

Webcast: October 05, 2006featuringDr. Koki Agarwal, JHPIEGO; Dr. Nils Daulaire, Global Health Council; Lynn P. Freedman, Columbia University; Marge Koblinsky, International Centre for Diarrheal Diseases Research, Bangladesh; Dr. Carine Ronsmans, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Dr. Harshad Sanghvi, JHPIEGO; Mary Ellen Stanton, U.S. Agency for International Development; Ann Starrs, Family Care International; Anne Tinker, Saving Newborn Lives Initiative, Save the Children

Food Security and Its Impact on International Development and HIV Reduction

Webcast: October 16, 2006featuringJordan Dey, World Food Programme; Suneetha Kadiyala, International Food Policy Research Institute; and William Noble, Food for Development Program, Africare

Public and Private Provision of Health Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Session 1

Webcast: November 2, 2006Session 1: Future Public Health Trends and Issues in Africa featuringVictor K. Barbiero, The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services and David Oot, Save the Children, U.S.

Public and Private Provision of Health Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Session 2

Webcast: November 2, 2006Session 2: Opportunities and Challenges in the Efficient Provision of Health Care in AfricafeaturingDaniel Kaseje, Director, Tropical Institute of Community Health and Development in Africa and Jonathon Simon, Chair, Department of International Health; Director, Center for International Health; and Associate Professor, Boston University School of Public Health

Public and Private Provision of Health Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Session 3

Webcast: November 2, 2006Session 3: Roles of the Public and Private Sectors in Africa's HealthfeaturingPatrick Osewe, Senior HIV/AIDS Specialist, World Bank and Nancy R. Pielemeier, Vice President, International Health Division, Abt Associates

The Stem Cell Controversy

Webcast: January 18, 2006featuringRobin Cook, bestselling author and member of the Wilson Center's Board of Trustees; Michael West, President & Chief Scientific Officer, Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.; and William Hurlbut, Consulting Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center, and Member of the President's Council on Bioethics

Poverty Reduction: Does Reproductive Health Matter?

Webcast: January 24, 2006featuringThomas Merrick, Professor, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health and Health Services, George Washington University; Margaret E. Greene, Interim Chair, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health and Health Services, George Washington University; and Rachel Nugent (Discussant), Director, BRIDGE Project, Population Reference Bureau.

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