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These are the slides of the social enterprise pitch for the Unite for Sight Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale University, 17-18 April 2011. Presented by Carrie Rheingans on behalf of ...

These are the slides of the social enterprise pitch for the Unite for Sight Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale University, 17-18 April 2011. Presented by Carrie Rheingans on behalf of over 40 Student Associates of the University of Michigan Center for Global Health.

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  • Student Handbook for Global Engagement
    Carrie Rheingans, MPH/MSW Student
    University of Michigan Center for Global Health
    Unite for Sight Global Health and Innovation Conference
    Sunday, 17 April 2011
    http://www.globalhealth.umich.edu
  • Problem
    Students working abroad
    Patchwork of training across departments
  • Solution
    Student Handbook for Global Engagement
    Ethics of Research Abroad
    Project Development
    Guidelines for Professional Behavior Abroad
    Global Citizenship and Advocacy
    Logistics of Research and Service Abroad
  • Open Source
    Creative Commons license
    Open.Michigan
    For students, by students
  • Next Steps
    Field Guide
    Dissemination to other universities
    Online training modules
  • Questions?
    Thank you to the Center for Global Health for supporting this student initiative!
    Thank you to the over 40 students who created the first version
    In memoriam
    Sujal Parikh
    22 February 1986 –
    12 October 2010
    Thank you to the six lead authors: Kathleen F. Bush, Christopher Glen, Julie Maslowsky, Annie Mitsak, Sujal Parikh, and Carrie Rheingans