Category Archives: News/Events

Town Hall Meeting, 4/23 at 12pm

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The epidemiology department will be hosting a town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 23 from 12-1pm in the CNR food auditorium. Food will be provided.

Social Enterprise Mixer, 4/25

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Delta Omega and the Office of Career Development invite you to a panel discussion and networking with prominent Atlanta area social entrepreneurs and learn what it takes to start a business that can have a positive social impact.

Epi Bagel Breakfast, 4/18

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All epi students and staff are welcome to attend the last Epi Bagel Breakfast of the year on April 18, from 8-10 am.

2019 Global Health Conference, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Category : GLEPI News/Events

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Global Health Center is accepting abstracts for presentation at our conference, Global Health in Our Own Backyard: Controversies, Initiatives, and Innovations for Our Local Underserved Populations, to be held Oct. 4 – 5, 2019.

Abstracts may be related to any aspect of global child health. This year we are particularly interested in abstracts that highlight serving the underserved in the United States, but we also look forward to showcasing cutting-edge global child health work happening in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). Abstracts in the categories of original research, program evaluation/public health, quality improvement, clinical care, and personal narratives will be considered.

Please note, personal narratives must include background, summary of experience and key takeaways from your experience of either providing or receiving care in an underserved setting/situation.

Submitted abstracts should address one or more of the following themes:

  • Programs: Developing sustainable programs that prioritize public health and equitable care
  • Lessons: Thinking critically about how to apply both South-North and national lessons to provide better, more equitable care in the United States
  • Advocacy: Increasing awareness of existing disparities in the U.S. and ways to advocate for underrepresented patients
  • Global child health in a LMIC
  • Other topics of interest to the pediatric global health community

Abstract selection process

Abstracts will be selected for presentation based on quality, merit, and relevance to the conference themes. Projects may be in various stages of development. Abstracts will be accepted for either oral electronic poster (e-poster) or oral poster-walk presentation, and acceptance will be determined by an Abstract Review Committee following blinded peer review.

Abstracts will be reviewed for submission based on the following criteria:

  • Relevance of topic
  • Originality
  • Pediatric global health merit and importance
  • Quality of research design and data analysis
  • Quality of conclusions
  • Clarity of writing

Poster Presentation Format

Every accepted abstract will be asked to give an oral poster presentation, either in an e-poster session or in a poster-walk session. Each poster will be assigned to a group by theme. A moderator will be assigned to each group and will coordinate the order of presentations and questions. Regardless of whether a poster is in printed or e-form, presenters will each give a five-minute overview of their work and will have time to take one or two questions. Instructions for the preparation of posters (including format and size) will be provided to the contact author with the presentation acceptance notification in July 2019.

General Abstract Submission Policies

  • Electronic submission deadline is Friday, June 14, 2019, 11:59 p.m. EST.
  • Submit an abstract here.
  • To submit an abstract, you must create an account on CHOP’s CME website.
  • Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words.
  • There is no limit to the number of abstracts submitted by each author, but the submission of multiple, similar abstracts from the same investigator is discouraged. Each abstract submitted should be for a distinct project.
  • Abstracts submitted or presented at other meetings may be submitted for consideration.
  • The submitting author verifies upon submission that all authors have agreed to the submission of the abstract and that all information contained in the submission is true.
  • Abstract submissions are open to students, researchers, clinicians, and public and global health practitioners.
  • Paid registration is REQUIRED to attend the conference and present a poster. Submission of an abstract DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY REGISTER you for the conference.

Notification of Acceptance

Notification of abstract acceptance will be emailed to the contact author listed on the abstract after July 22, 2019. If you have not received notification by July 29, 2019, please contact the CHOP Global Health Center at globalhealthcenter [at] email [dot] chop [dot] edu for assistance.

Epi Grand Rounds, 4/12

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The Epi Grand Rounds lecture will be held Friday, April 12 from 12 pm to 1 pm. Dr. Sandro Galea will present on understanding equity and efficiency to inform population decision making.

National Public Health Week Events, 4/1-4/4

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April 1-4 events will be held in the RSPH courtyard from 12-1pm to celebrate National Public Health Week. Events include planting your own plant, spa day, yoga, coffee, and tea, and king of pops.

Movie Night, 4/18

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Join us for a movie night featuring the work of one of our colleagues at Rollins, Madison Hayes! The Gathering Health Storm Inside North Korea will be screened Thursday April 18 at 6pm in the CNR auditorium with popcorn and drinks.

Stanley O. Foster Lecture: Pathways in Global Health, 4/2

Category : GLEPI News/Events

The Stanley O. Foster Lecture: Pathways in Global Health lecture presented by Dr. David Heymann with a reception to follow. Please RSVP to omer [dot] admin [at] emory [dot] edu.

One Health Presentation, 4/3

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Join Emory Students for One Health on April 3, to hear about One Health projects and practicum opportunities at the CDC.

Chair’s Chat – Tuesday, Noon, CNR Auditorium

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Chair’s Chat – Tuesday, Noon, CNR Auditorium

Join Department Chair Dr. Tim Lash and Director of Graduate Studies Dr. Lauren Christiansen-Lindquist to discuss curriculum updates and the state of our department. RSVP here!

Upcoming Events

  • The Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases (SISMID) July 15, 2024 – July 31, 2024 Conference / Symposium Event Type: Conference / SymposiumSeries: The Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases (SISMID)Speaker: Leaders in the FieldContact Name: Pia ValerianoContact Email: pvaleri@emory.eduLink: Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases (SISMID) is designed to introduce infectious disease researchers to modern methods of statistical analysis and mathematical modeling.
  • Functional Biomarkers for Early Detection and Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy August 5, 2024 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Zoom Online Location: ZoomSeries: EGDRC Seminar SeriesSpeaker: Dr. Machelle PardueContact Name: Wendy GillContact Email: wggill@emory.eduLink: Pardue’s lab is focused on clinically relevant treatments for retinal disease that can make a difference in the quality of life of patients. She is developing novel screening and treatment strategies for early-stage diabetic retinopathy and elucidating the retinoscleral mechanisms…
  • The Second Annual RSPH Staff and Post-Doctoral Ice Cream Social August 14, 2024 at 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Networking and Special Event Event Type: Networking,Special EventContact Name: Staff CouncilContact Email: rsphstaffcouncil@emory.eduRoom Location: RRR_Terrace 2nd FloorRSPH staff and post-docs are invited to join us for ice cream and delightful conversation. This event is hosted by the RSPH Staff Council.

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