Stanford’s Michele Barry Discusses Pandemic Threats, Need For More Women Global Health Leaders In GHN Interview

Global Health NOW: Changing the Global Health Paradigm: Michele Barry
“…In this first of a two-part Q&A with Global Health NOW, [Michele Barry, director of Center for Innovation in Global Health and a senior associate dean at Stanford University School of Medicine,] discusses pandemic threats in fragile states, the need to change single-problem approach in global health, and priorities for Stanford’s global health program…” (Simpson, 1/31).

Global Health NOW: Michele Barry: The Need for More Women Leaders in Global Health
“…In this 2nd part of her Q&A with Global Health NOW, Barry discusses the Women Leaders in Global Health conference’s origins, future priorities and how to fix ‘leaks’ in the pipeline of promising young women leaders heading to top leadership positions…” (Simpson, 1/31).

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