Job Description: Faculty Epidemiologist for the Division of Women’s Community and Population Health

The Division of Women’s Community and Population Health in the Duke Ob/Gyn Department is looking for someone with a passion for and proven track record of team science and mentorship to help grow the WCPH research mission and portfolio. Candidates with appropriate research focus areas may be considered for co-hires with other relevant departments or Institutes across the university (ex. Population Health, Global Health Institute, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health). Click here for more information.

 

Working Group 

The Student Advisory Board for the Center for Global Reproductive Health is organizing a working group for people working in Maternal, Sexual, and Reproductive Health. The group will serve as a space for students, faculty, and staff to learn about others doing similar work, and will help provide people will resources and mentorship in the field. Please take a minute to join our database. The group’s first meeting will be in January 2020. If you have questions, please reach out to saumya.sao@duke.edu or lauren.mitchell@duke.edu.

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Gender, Health, and the Production of Inequity 

Course Description: In this course, students will explore the intersection of gender and health through a variety of lenses and attempt to understand how socially constructed sociodemographic factors not only produce but also reproduce inequity. Students will be given the opportunity to examine their own implicit biases of gender and gender norms and use the tools they acquire throughout the semester to analyze a public health case study of their choice. Email saumya.sao@duke.edu with questions.

 

Journal Club

 

Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff interested in global maternal and reproductive health are invited to join our quarterly journal club meeting. For more details, contact Kelly.Hunter@duke.edu.

 

Student Advisory Board

The Center for Global Reproductive Health, part of the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) is looking for dedicated undergraduate and graduate students who are passionate and interested in learning more about global reproductive health to lead various aspects of a year-long project aimed at raising awareness and sparking academic collaborations around Duke and in the larger community. This team of student advisers will work in coordination with core Faculty and staff at the Center for Global Reproductive Health within DGHI to increase student and public engagement with the Center. Contact Kelly.Hunter@duke.edu if you’re interested to join.