In the Media

[vcex_button url=”http://www.figo.org/sites/default/files/publications/September%202015%20Newsletter.pdf” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”green” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”] International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics Newsletter (see page 9 for a review of the 1000 OBGYN project)[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”http://www.medicineatmichigan.org/news-research/2015/fall-winter/1000-obgyns” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”blue” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]Medicine at Michigan Magizine highlights the 1000+ OBGYN project[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”https://sph.umich.edu/findings/spring2016/research-news/model.html” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”green” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]”A New Model for Global Health” A story about the 1000+ OBGYN project from the University of Michigan School of Public Health[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2015/reputation-ranking/analysis/trust-exercises” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”blue” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]Trust Exercises – Michigan’s long-term commitment in West and East Africa provides a rich model for symbiotic global education, argues Mark S. Schlissel.[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”http://www.uofmhealth.org/news/archive/201504/obgyn-training-sub-saharan-africa” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”green” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]Obgyn training in Sub-Saharan Africa bolstered by new collections shared both online and offline[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”http://www.uofmhealth.org/news/archive/201406/doctors-u-m-and-ghana-create-new-partnerships-improving” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”blue” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]Doctors from U-M and Ghana create new partnerships for improving health in low resource countries New “Charter for Collaboration” helps international health partners more effectively pool knowledge and resources to improve health programs in low income nations[/vcex_button]
[vcex_button url=”http://www.uofmhealth.org/news/1735incountry-obgyn-training-programs-contrib” css_animation=”appear” style=”three-d” layout=”expanded” color=”green” size=”large” icon_left=”eye” icon_right=”eye”]In-country OB/GYN training programs contribute to retention of doctors Residents stayed in Ghana because they felt they could make it there economically, were supported by educational opportunities[/vcex_button]