5 New Frist Global Health Leaders: Summer '10
Rwanda, and the Appalachia Region
We are excited to report that 5 new Frist Global Health Leaders have traveled this summer and are beginning to report back their great work from around the globe. This includes public health education for hand washing, dental hygiene, HIV/AIDS prevention, and clean water.
Three students from ETSU College of Public Health are currently in foreign countries, and two students from ETSU College of Public Health are at home, in the
We invite you to learn more about them in our NEW Frist Global Health Leaders Program section on our website. We have included photos, biographies, and links to their current blogs we are posting daily. Simply go to the continent where they are located and click on their country. You can learn a little bit about the country they are in as well!
We will have 2 more Frist Global Health Leaders from
Here are some sample blogs from students around the world:
- Beth O’Connell: 7 June 2010: Hand Washing, HIV, and H2O: Metrics from Rwanda
- Brittany Cannon: 7 June 2010: From Dental Hygiene to HIV/AIDS Prevention: Public Health in Roatan, Honduras
- Katie Skelton: 2 June 2010: Families in Urubamba, Peru: Assessing Obstacles to Health
Donate Today: We would be honored if you would consider donating to our Frist Global Health Leaders Fund today. Consider a contribution to fund students, residents, and fellows to practice health diplomacy in underserved communities around the world.
Thanks for your support,
Jenny Eaton Dyer, Ph.D.