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Journal Club

Global Health track residents present cutting-edge research in small gatherings.

 

 

Dr. Michele Barry hosts small gatherings in her home to give track residents the opportunity to present cutting-edge research on a topic of their choice. Residents identify a paper or series of papers to discuss and invite the principal investigator to co-present and lead the discussion with the group. These informal dinners are multi-disciplinary and have led to longstanding collaborations among residents and Stanford faculty. 

 


Recent Journal Club Presentations

  • July, 2022 – Nipah Virus 
      1. Facilitator: Brian Dawes, MD
      2. Faculty Lead: Stephen Luby, MD
      3. Article 1 | Article 2 | Article 3 | Article 4
  • January, 2022Arboviruses
      1. Facilitator: Brain Dawes, MD
      2. Faculty Lead: Desiree LaBeaud, MD 
      3. Article 1 | Article 2
  • October, 2020 – Using video teaching in the global health environment
      1. Facilitator: Brooke Gabster, MD
      2. Faculty Lead: Maya Adam, MD
      3. Articles: Article 1| Article 2 | Article 3 | Article 4
  • August, 2020 – Yellow Fever
      1. Facilitator: Max McClure, MD
      2. Faculty Lead: Desiree LaBeaud, MD
      3. Article 1 | Article 2
  • May, 2020 – Prevention of COVID-Transmission in high-risk, lower-resource settings
    1. Facilitator: Dr. Caitlin Contag, MD
    2. Faculty Lead: Dr. John Openshaw, Dr. Ashley Styczynski
    3. Article 1 | Article 2 | Article 3 | Article 4
  • February, 2020 – Attacks on healthcare facilities in conflict settings
    1. Facilitator: Nadeem Abou-Arraj, MD
    2. Faculty Lead: Dr. Joanne Liu
    3. Article 1 | Article 2
  • April, 2019 – Venezuela’s Humanitarian/Public Health Crisis
    1. Facilitator: Josh Wong, MD
    2. Faculty Leads: Dr. Montoya
    3. Article 1 | Article 2 | Article 3

 

  • September, 2018 – Mobile health and noncommunicable disease care in refugee populations in Lebanon

 

  • June, 2018 – The Millenium Villages Project

 

  • November, 2017 – mHealth CVD LMICs, Burden of RHD, Capacity for HF in SSA

 

  • June, 2017 – Renal Diseases in the Developing World

 

  • March, 2017 – Refugee Health

 

  • October, 2016 – Viral Hepatitis

 

  • February, 2016 – Zika Virus

 

  • 2015 – Antimicrobial Resistance

 

  • 2014 – Community Health