[ February 9, 2012; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] HowMany.org is pleased to welcome speakers Malcolm Potts and Martha Campbell of UC Berkeley’s Bixby Center for Population, Health & Sustainability. Dr. Potts is a Cambridge trained obstetrician and reproductive scientist, and Bixby professor at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley. Dr. Campbell, also lecturer in global health at UC Berkeley, is a [...]
[ February 4, 2012; 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. ] Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley
Saturday, February 4, 2012
8:30am – 5pm
Join UC faculty, students and staff at the second University of California Global Health Day. In the morning the theme of the sessions will be Population Growth and Global Health. Afternoon sessions will cover a broad range of global health topics, and will be presented by faculty [...]
13th Annual Northern California Global Health Conference Global Health: Breaking Borders and Boundaries
[ April 9, 2011; ] Saturday, April 9, 2011
8:30 am – 4:15 pm
UC Davis Conference Center
This one-day conference is the major gathering for hundreds of individuals from the Northern California region interested or actively engaged in improving global health. This event is cosponsored by UCBerkeley, UC San Francisco, Stanford University, Touro University, Samuel Merritt University, and the University of San Francisco.
Migration Health Keynote [...]
[ November 30, -0001; 12:00 am; 12:00 am; 12:00 am; 12:00 am; April 16, 2011 to April 17, 2011. ] Malcolm Potts will present “Empowering Women to Have The Children They Want Safely” at GH/Innovate 2011, Unite For Sight’s annual Global Health & Innovation Conference, which will be held at Yale on April 16-17, 2011.
APHA 2010: Bixby Oral Presentation: Community-based Prevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage in Rural Bangladesh
[ November 10, 2010; 11:00 am; ] Bixby researchers will present their work, “Community-based Prevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage in Rural Bangladesh” at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting (November 6-10, 2010) in Denver, CO.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 11:00 AM
Background: In rural Bangladesh, rates of home deliveries are among the highest in the world, with 90% of women delivering at home, [...]
[ November 8, 2010; 2:30 pm; November 9, 2010; 4:30 pm; ] Bixby Researchers will be presenting two posters at the at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting (November 6-10, 2010) in Denver, CO
“Protecting Women Who Deliver at Home from PPH with Misoprostol: Distribution of Misoprostol through Antenatal Care in Tanzania” part of the session: Innovative Approaches to Global Maternal and Child Health, Tuesday, November [...]
The Health, Social and Economic Consequences of Unsafe Abortion. Antigua, Guatemala, 10-12 November, 2010
[ November 10, 2010 to November 12, 2010. ] Bixby Scientific Director Ndola Prata and Bixby Researcher Caitlin Gerdts will be presenting at the International Seminar on The Health, Social and Economic Consequences of Unsafe Abortion. Antigua, Guatemala, 10-12 November 2010 . Organized by the IUSSP Scientific Panel on Abortion.
Dr Prata will be a discussant for the session Maternal Mortality due to unsafe abortion, [...]
The Bixby Forum on the World in 2050 held in January 2009 launched a cascade of events that is still unfolding. The theme issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society publishing the papers from the Forum excited the interest of the President of the Royal Society, Lord Martin Rees. As a result, the Royal [...]
The Bixby Center participated in the Global Health Education Consortium’s online learning Global Health Modules project.
By providing high quality learning modules on a wide variety of topics which students can review either on their own or in instructor-led courses, The Global Health Education Consortium hopes to improve the quality and efficiency of global health [...]
[ February 11, 2009; ] Dr. Malcolm Potts will be speaking on his new book Sex and War: How Biology Explains Warfare and Terrorism and Offers a Path to a Safer World, at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.