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The UNC Resident Global Health site in Sakai is now open to any resident that requests access from the OGHE Assistant Director, Shay Slifko (shay_slifko@med.unc.edu). This site contains 19 global health modules, which include video lectures by UNC faculty, additional articles/readings, and quizzes. The site is based on a course originally developed for medical students, but we are in the process of adding more modules and updating materials and readings to better suit residents. As a resident who is interested in global health, we welcome your feedback. Please request access, peruse the Sakai site, and let us know how we can improve it for you!

Current Modules:

  • Care for the Sick Child
  • Cervical Cancer in Low Resource Settings
  • Childhood Diarrhea
  • Cross-Cultural Issues, Professionalism and Ethics for Global Health Electives
  • Family Planning – A Global Perspective
  • Farm Workers: Global Health at Home
  • Global Health Research Ethics
  • Global Health Pre-Travel Module
  • Trauma & Surgery in Low Income Countries
  • HIV: A Global Update (Part 1)
  • HIV: Diagnosis & Treatment update (Part 2)
  • Malaria: A Global Update
  • Malaria in the Returned Traveler
  • Maternal Health: A Global Perspective
  • Mental Health in a Global Setting
  • Neonatal Health: Status and Strategies
  • Pediatric Malnutrition & Management of Malnutrition in Emergencies
  • Travel Health and Safety Module
  • Water and Global Health (WaSH)