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Work in Greek refugee camp transforms view of health care for students, faculty

Before returning to campus for their first week of classes, nine UB nursing and dental students traveled 5,000 miles to the Greek island of Lesvos to take part in an experience that can’t be recreated ... read more

New dual degree program aims to prep pharmacists for global health challenges

With opportunities to study outside the United States and instruction from the Keck School faculty, the Global Medicine program offers students preparation for careers in global health care. While stu... read more

Kiesler Receives Honor From Center for Respite Care for Work With the Underserved

As a former UC medical resident, Kiesler joined on as a faculty ... medical care, Health Care for the Homeless and the Center for Respite Care. Now, because of this work, the Center for Respite Care w... read more

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How Are Refugee Children Being Educated in Camps?

Children are the first to greet you when you arrive at the Ritsona refugee camp near Chalkida ... Whether temporary or permanent, the Greek government has just a few months to work out a plan for this ... read more


Disaster Averted: How Unions Have Dodged the Blow of Janus (So Far)

Public-sector unions have been hard at work to re-engage members and convince ... representing nurses (including the LPNs), graduate students, faculty and clerical, maintenance and technical ... read more

Social Workers Raise Awareness of Violence and Trafficking Against Refugee Women

It also included a keynote by Kathryn Hodges, head of the Department of Social Care at Anglia Ruskin University ... she referenced Idomeni, a refugee camp near the Greek border with Macedonia. Because ... read more

What the Homelessness Crisis in Asian-American Communities Reveals About Ourselves

Jimmy, Mary, and Sonny each came from households with steady incomes, either from work or government ... other Asian-American students who lived out of their cars. Mary reports that her accommodations ... read more

In memoriam: Dr. George Bartzokis, neuroscientist who developed the 'myelin model' of brain disease

A professor of psychiatry at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and the David Geffen School of Medicine, Bartzokis was born in a Greek refugee camp in Romania in ... neurosci... read more

Confronting the refugee crisis

A number of Harvard faculty, students, and alumni ... Earlier this month, the UNHCR honored Greek volunteers from Lesbos with the Nansen Refugee Award for their work helping thousands of refugees. The ... read more

The Working Class Strikes Back

If you could have a God’s-eye view of all ... All five work forces had similar demands: investigation of the questionable privatization processes that had destroyed their livelihoods; compensation for ... read more

USC pharmacy students show compassion to the underserved in Romania

(Photo/Courtesy of Naomi Florea) Carrying 850 pounds of medications and medical supplies, a team of USC PharmD students journeyed to Romania as part of the USC School of Pharmacy’s Global Health Initi... read more



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