We have compiled a list of resources on the current outbreak of the Ebola virus, including: general information, events at Princeton discussing Ebola, and stories about Princeton alumni participating in and commenting on the crisis response.
Notes from the Field
Alexandra Junn, Michael Kochis and Pavithra Vijayakumar are co-recipients of the 2015 Global Health & Health Policy Senior Thesis Prize.
The upcoming Princeton-Fung Global Forum focus on the multidisciplinary aspects of global health.
Former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius met with students and gave a public talk on "The Future of Health Care in America."
Research by Angus Deaton examines how Sub-Saharan Africans rate their health and health care systems.
Heather Howard is quoted in the NJ Spotlight story "ACA Medical-Insurance Shoppers in New Jersey Get More Choices for 2015".
Raphael Frankfurter '13 participated in a live video chat with CHW affiliate Joao Biehl on the response to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
CHW affiliate Jeff Hammer discusses implications of new research on the quality of primary care in low-income countries.
According to CHW affiliate Dr. James Trussell, the number one cause of birth control failure is a lack of adherence: "Any medicine that people are supposed to take every day can easily be forgotten."
Click on the interactive map for snapshots of CHW-sponsored global health activities in Vietnam, Turkey, Germany, Brazil and Australia.