Browsing Center for Global Engagement by Title
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|Experiences of Black UMB Students, Scholars, and Alumni |
|First assessment of injection drug use practices and associated HIV risks in Kigali, Rwanda |
|From Multidisciplinary to Transdisciplinary Collaboration in Global Health: A Case Study of the University of Maryland Global Health Interprofessional Council’s Malawi Project (2013) |
|Global Health Inter-Professional Council Summer Interdisciplinary Student Project-Malawi 2011 |
|Global Health – The Lessons of Ebola: Two Universities Join to Teach an International Audience Via an Inter-Professional Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) |
|Global to Local |
|Haifa Project: Global interprofessional health program in Haifa, Israel: 2014-2017 |
|Health as a Human Right in the United States: What COVID-19 Has Exposed |
|Health Learning Parties |
|Health System Strengthening in The Gambia: A Continuation of Prior Work |
|Making a Difference: Creating More Skillful Educators and Students, and More Peaceful Schools Through Conflict Resolution Education: The Maryland Schools Conflict Resolution Grants Program |
|Making a Global Health Home for Faculty and Students on an Interprofessional Campus: The Example of University of Maryland Baltimore's Center for Global Education Initiatives |
|Making Connections: Student and Community Participatory Research in Southwest Baltimore |
|Making the Global to Local Link in Academia: Concept and Models (Adams) |
|Making the Global to Local Link in Academia: Concepts and Models (Rowthorn) |
|Malawi Project 2010-2013 |
|Mentor Mothers’ Willingness to Engage Male Partners and Screen for Domestic Violence among HIV-Positive Women in Rural Nigeria |
|Missed opportunities for early infant diagnosis in rural Nigeria: an analysis from the MoMent Study |
|A Needs Assessment of Orphans & Vulnerable Children (OVCs) in Salima District, Malawi (2010) |
|Quality assessment of PMTCT data documentation among user and non-user data clerks in a Nigerian PMTCT program |
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