Martha Carlough: Update on Global Child Malnutrition
Martha Carlough, MD, MPH
Professor, Family Medicine
Director, Office of International Activities
UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Thursday, January 19, 2017
UNC Hospital Starbucks (2nd floor)
View Powerpoint: Update on Child Malnutrition. GHF ppt
Dr. Martha Carlough, OIA Director, is a Full Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine with an adjunct appointments in the Maternal and Child Health and Public Health Leadership Departments of the UNC School of Public Health. She actively attends on the Family Medicine maternal and child health service and provides full scope outpatient care. Dr. Carlough also serves part-time as Safe Motherhood and Newborn Care Clinical Advisor for IntraHealth International, Inc. Dr. Carlough has almost 20 years experience in global health and development work, including nine years in residence in Nepal where she worked both working in clinical medicine and as MCH advisor to the Ministry of Health Safe Motherhood Programme.
She has been used as a technical consultant by DFID (Nepal Safer Motherhood Project) and JHPIEGO/MNH (Nepal Family Health Project) and has worked on diverse projects, including: MARAM Project (developing of clinical protocols and a referral system for Maternity Homes in West Bank and Gaza) and on the HAREG/Ethiopia project formulation of the first national guidelines for the Prevention of Maternal to Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT) and in Armenia for the development of a FM training curriculum.
A recognized expert in the field of international safe motherhood and family medicine, she has worked specifically in areas of: skilled birth attendant training and assessment, evidence-based emergency obstetric and newborn care, malaria in pregnancy, prevention of maternal to child HIV transmission and community level nutrition and health surveillance. She is currently on the advisory board of the AAFP Center for Global Health Initiatives.