November 28, 2012
Going Global with Health
How can advancements in health care here in the United States be translated to underdeveloped countries? Case Western Reserve University undergraduates are trying to answer this tough question as part of the Global Medical Initiative. Two students from CWRU's Global Medical Initiative join Regionally Speaking this week and talk about their projects which range from raising student awareness about global health to sending students abroad every year to Peru, Guatemala, Papua New Guinea, and others. Alejandro Camacho, a senior and nutritional biochemistry major, and Emily Robson, freshman at the School of Nursing, explain why they joined the group and share their stories about their experiences with the group in Cleveland and abroad.
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Alejandro Camacho, nutritional biochemistry major at CWRU and Treasurer of Global Health Initiative
Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
Emily Robson, freshman at the school of nursing and Executive Board Member of the Global Health Initiative
Posted by: Elliot Schwartz November 28, 2012 05:15 PM | Category: