Global Health Trafficking, Systems and Ethics
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Global Health Trafficking, Systems and Ethics

  By Abhishek Dalal Introduction: The kidney transplantation waiting list far exceeds the number of donors, and there has been renewed discussion around the idea of selling kidneys. Meanwhile, kidney trafficking continues where the stolen organs are mostly transplanted to Westerners who are trying to survive. What may seem like a domestic issue is, indeed, … Continue reading

Making Law Students Part of the Global Health Team
Global Health

Making Law Students Part of the Global Health Team

By Jennifer Salopek In their paper in the December 2015 issue of Healthcare, Virginia Rowthorn and Jody Olsen discuss the evolution of the Center for Global Education Initiatives (CGEI) at their institution, the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB). The UMB Faculty and Student Interprofessional Global Health Grant Program provides grants of up to $10,000 for an … Continue reading