Through sharing experiences and capacity building in developed and developing countries, the WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network is working to improve chemical risk assessment across the globe.
Applying a computer model looking at air pollutant concentrations, a research team at University of North Carolina revealed how drivers of emissions affecting global health vary significantly in different world regions.
A NIEHS training grantee studying implementation science has found evidence in Ghana and Ethiopia that training of community members can lead to reductions in open defecation.
The Understanding Climate and Health Risks in India (UCHAI) initiative is holding a webinar series to explore different health outcomes and exposures related to climate change.
Global Health Mini-University
GEH Day 2017: Supporting Community-Based Participatory Research in a Global Setting
2017 PEPH Network Meeting
Triangle Global Health 2017 Annual Conference; Making a Difference: Global Health and its Social, Economic, and Political Impact
The 2017 Water and Health Conference: Where Science Meets Policy