Past Events / Slides

APPD Spring Meeting 2017

At the PEG meeting in 2016logo, global health educators from all across the country submitted abstracts of their work in education and curriculum development domestically and abroad.

*Downloadable Booklet of All GH Abstracts to Be Presented at 2017 APPD

 

 

Top Abstract Presentations (7 minute Platform Presentation)
Tutoring  Refugees and Immigrants: US Based Educational Opportunities for Pediatric Residents Interested in Global Health
The Wellness Rx: Using a Written Plan for Personal Wellness Abroad as part of Global Health Preparation
Thematic Analysis of Global Health Trainee Experiences With Mapping to Core Competencies
Global Health After Residency: Post-Residency Characteristics of Global Health Track Graduates
Select Abstract Mini-Podium Presentations (3 minute/3 Slides)
International Electives
Study Abroad? Ten years of Pediatric Resident Academic Projects while on Global Health Electives
Promoting international collaboration among pediatric residents
International Education and Clinical Projects
Neonatal Capacity Building: Utilizing a Needs Assessment for Targeted Protocols and Curriculum in Peri-Urban Kenya
An International Collaborative Approach to Capacity Building in Pediatric Emergency and Critical Care in Kenya
Building Stronger Foundations: Utilizing Bilateral Exchange to Enhance Global Health (GH) Training
Implementation of the asthma action plan in a tertiary Medical center in urban India
Successful Educational Models for Trainees in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Global Health Service Partnership
GH Training Models
An Interdisciplinary Global Health Track: Five Years of Experience
Integrating local and international partnerships into a pediatric global health fellowship

APPD Spring Meeting 2016

At the PEG meeting in 2016logo, global health educators from all across the country submitted abstracts of their work in education and curriculum development domestically and abroad.

 

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CLICK HERE to download a pamphlet of all of the global health abstracts presented

Click HERE to view a pamphlet of the GH posters presented at the Mini-Poster Symposium

Below are the Slides from the Podium Presentations at the 2016 PEG Meeting:

Keynote Address: Role of residency programs in assisting with global humanitarian disasters (Patricia McQuilkin, MD)

Transdisciplinary Immersion in Global health Research and Education (TIGRE) (Julie Herlihy, MD, MPH)

Developing educational-service curriculum between a global health program and a domestic NGO (Christina Barreda, MD, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Human trafficking:  what residents need to know (Tania Condurache, MD, MS, University of Louisville)

Perceptions & expectations of host-country preceptors of short-term learners at four clinical sites in Sub-Saharan Africa (Heather Lukolyo, MD, MHS, Baylor College of Medicine)

Reliability of a tool to measure culture shock in medical trainees:  Project PRIME (Psychosocial Response to International Medical Electives) pilot study (Nicole St Clair,  MD, Medical College of Wisconsin)

PEARLS:   Procedural Education for Adaptation to Resource-Limited Settings—A SUGAR spin-off curriculum (Rachel Bensman, MD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center)

 

 

APPD Spring Meeting 2015

At the PEG meeting in 2015logo, global health educators from all across the country submitted abstracts of their work in education and curriculum development domestically and abroad.

The packet below contains nearly thirty abstract on global health education and the icons provide links to the slides from the five platform presentations.

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