Center events

  • Watch the recording of our March 10, 2021 Panel on Contraceptive Product Development with Kate Rademacher and Rebecca Callahan of FHI 360
  • Watch the recording of our SRH Symposium on March 19, 2021 
  • Recording of our SRH Advocacy Panel on April 16, 2021 coming soon.

Community events

Please join the Duke Global Health Institute for the Tenth Annual Global Health Research Showcase to hear from Duke students engaged in global health work. 

We invite trainees, faculty, staff and friends from across Duke and the Triangle’s global health community to enjoy brief remarks and poster presentations at an event that highlights the incredible work of our students. Students from all academic levels will present posters on their research projects and experiences.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health care and psychosocial support for families has been scarce worldwide, including in North Carolina. To help fill this gap, two Durham-based community organizations partnered with a team of faculty and trainees from Duke to develop “Coping Together”-a program to support and strengthen families that was adapted from a similar program implemented in Kenya.

Join GWHT, The FLOW and Duke University Student Wellness Center for a collaborative and interactive event. This will be an evening of conversation about the history of sexual pleasure, learning from a sex therapist and participating in a guided reflection to de-stigmatize sexual pleasure and sexual health.

Please RSVP here

How does the global health sector evolve to continue to deliver impact in a changing world? The TGHC 2021 conference is taking place after a year in which we experienced, and continue to experience, unprecedented health and social challenges. The conference will explore innovative and adaptive approaches that have emerged in response to these inequities and challenges.

Abstract submissions are due by 5 pm ET on September 10th. 

WomenLift Health will convene the fifth annual Women Leaders in Global Health (WLGH) Conference. The theme of this year’s conference is Reimagining Leadership: centering diverse women and girls in health, catalyzing institutional change, optimizing pathways to leadership, and building integrated and resilient health systems.

Attend the first annual Global Women’s Health Fellowship & Research Symposium, an opportunity for researchers, program directors, trainees, and current residents interested in pursuing fellowship in global women’s health to come together to learn more about the current landscape and opportunities.

The 34th International Papillomavirus Conference & Basic Science, Clinical and Public Health Workshops will be held as a virtual conference. This gives certainty that the conference will offer full opportunity for the HPV community to effectively and safely present the latest research findings, educational exchanges, scientific news and best practice updates.