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Join us for the 2017 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics Saturday, April 8 at the FedEx Global Education building!

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Saturday, April 8 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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Come explore the social and ethical issues associated with students providing healthcare abroad. This one-hour discussion-based session will encourage attendees to think and share about how working in a clinical or healthcare delivery setting could be a life changing experience and discuss how to prepare and think ahead, including discussion about boundaries, licensure, and limitations. It is designed to help you think through and prepare for the desire to “fix” things abroad, discuss the conduct of informed consent, research endeavors, and permissions, and consider dealing with disparate professional, ethical, religious, and cultural views and norms. This session will allow for informal sharing and discussion with time for students to talk about their plansand reflections.

Speakers
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Jean Davison

Associate Professor, UNC School of Nursing
Jean is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Nurse Practitioner program at the UNC School of Nursing and Public Health where she teaches DNP and MSN courses as well as the Enhanced Role RN Physical Assessment of Adults and STD Training at the N.C. Institute for Public Health. Jean completed her MSN/FNP education in 2000 at UNC-Chapel Hill and her Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Duke University in 2012. As a Family Nurse Practitioner, she... Read More →
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Juliana Herrera

Fellow, Latin American Fisheries Fellowship Program
Juliana Herrera, a second-year MESM student, was born in Colombia but has lived in Costa Rica for the past 13 years. She graduated from the University of Costa Rica in 2014 with a BS in Biology. Between 2008 and 2014, she worked as an assistant researcher for the Unit for Fisheries Research and Aquaculture (UNIP), part of the Investigation Centre of Marine Sciences and Limnology (CIMAR) of the University of Costa Rica (UCR). She... Read More →
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Dilshad Jaff

Research Advisor for Conflict Prevention and Disaster Preparedness, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
Dilshad Jaff, MD, MPH, is a research advisor for conflict prevention and disaster preparedness at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Gillings Global Gateway. He also is a Rotary Peace Fellow and holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Gillings School. Dr. Jaff has more than 15 years' experience in complex humanitarian crises in conflict zones in the Middle East, largely working with the International Committee... Read More →
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Brandon Knettel

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Duke Global Health Institute
Brandon is a postdoctoral associate with the DGHI and is working with Dr. Melissa Watt and Dr. Kathy Sikkema on projects related to the implementation of Option B+ for pregnant women with HIV in Tanzania and the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and gender-based violence in South Africa. Brandon earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Lehigh University in 2015, where he conducted research aimed at... Read More →
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Tuan Thanh Pham

Student, UNC School of Nursing
Tuan is currently in my last semester at UNC School of Nursing in the ABSN program. He has a B.A. in Psychology from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Science from Drexel University. His global health experience involves working with a non-profit organization called Project Vietnam based in Southern California. The organization’s mission is to provide healthcare assistance to people in poor rural communities throughout... Read More →
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Shay Slifko

Program Manager, Office of International Activities, UNC School of Medicine
Shay Slifko, OIA Program Manager, brings a unique professional background to this role working in the context of international education with a specific focus in  global health. She has experience collaborating with higher education and international partners focusing on maternal health, communicable diseases, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programs. Formerly, Shay served as a volunteer board member for an HIV prevention... Read More →


Saturday April 8, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Classroom 1005