Lecture Series Videos - 2021

Global Public Health: Experiences and Insights

These lectures are recorded via Zoom and published to the Global Public Health, University of Montana YouTube channel. 

January 25, 2021 - Anna Winters, MS, PhD,  CEO Akros, Inc., “Financing Global Health Work”

February 1, 2021 - Brooke Magnusson, Global Health Partnerships Manager, and Heidi Nakamura, Global Health Director, Adara Development, “Hospital to Home -- Caring for Vulnerable NICU Graduates in a Rural Ugandan Setting”

February 8, 2021 - Glenn W. Geelhoed, MD, DTMH, MPH, MA, MPhil, ScD (honoris causae), EdD FACS, Professor of Surgery, International Medical Education, & Microbiology, Immunology & Tropical Medicine; George Washington University Medical Center, “"Whatever it Takes" to Deliver Global Health Care Education to the "Furthest Peoples First"”

February 22, 2021 - David Citrin, PhD, MPH; Affiliate Assistant Professor, Departments of Global Healthy & Anthropology, University of Washington; Implementation Research Advisor, Possible; Research Collaborator, Medic Mobile. “What's in a name? Public-Private Partnerships in Nepal's Health Sector”  

March 1, 2021 - 1. Juthika Jayendra Thaker, MHA, BDS Doctoral Student and Graduate Research Assistant - Department of Public and Community Health Sciences UUM;   “Exploring the role of Non-Physician Providers in improving the Human papillomavirus vaccination rates in Montana”     2. Md Zahid Hasan, MSc, PhD Candidate, School of Public & Community Health, UM "The role of the International Center of Diarrheal Disease Research (ICDDR), Bangladesh in the fight against childhood diarrheal disease”


March 8, 2021 -Catherine Sanders, PhD Director & Evaluation Consultant with Expanding Opportunities of Kenya;   “A "Healthy" Business: Evaluation of a Program for Rural Entrepreneurs in with Social Safety Nets in East Africa"

March 15, 2021 -Global Public Health Lecture Series: Ann Louise Tezak, MA, MPH, & Martin Muganga, BA, Care Partner, Vanderbilt University Medical CenterTraditional Medicine and Traditional Healer Organizations in Uganda: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly"

March 22, 2021 -Global Public Health Lecture Series: Maja Pederson, PhD Candidate, School of Public & Community Health Sciences, UM; “Using a Community-based Approach to Promote Physical Activity Among Rural American Indian Older Adults"

March 29, 2021 -Global Public Health Lecture Series: Helen Russette, MPH
PhD Candidate, School of Public & Community Health Sciences, UM; “A Measuring Family-child Engagement and Behavioral Development Among Young Children in One Tribal Nation: A Research Update" and Emily Coyle, MPH PhD Candidate, School of Public & Community Health Sciences, UM; "Patient Safety in Health Care: Approaches to Addressing a Growing Public Health Issue"