Students in the SocMed Uganda 2013 initiated a project called the Why Campaign? to promote a deeper analysis of the root causes of disease:
Nick Rademacher and his participation in the 4th annual SocMed Uganda course is highlighted on the University of Michigan’s Global REACH website.
Click here to see Partners in Health (PIH) spotlight the video created by students from the 3rd annual Beyond the Biologic Basis of Disease course in Gulu, Uganda as a call to action for international countries who pledged contributions to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
Lesley Everett, alumna of the 3rd annual Beyond the Biologic Basis of Disease course in Gulu, wrote an insightful piece on her time in Gulu for The Scholar, the alumni magazine for Gates Cambridge Scholars. Read Lesley's commentary here.
Read Tim Kaselitz and Lesley Everett's reflections on the 3rd annual course, namely the Privilege Walk exercise, on the University of Michigan's Global REACH website.
Check out intern Brian Blank's essay describing his experience with the course in "The Social Study of Disease in Uganda," published online by Boston.com.
Watch intern Jeffrey Raunig's video, which merges student reflection with a firsthand peek into the course:
Get a deeper look at the course through intern Brian Blank's video, which focuses upon the course's inaugural year!
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