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STRATEGIC PLAN 2013 2017 DUKE GLOBAL HEALTH INSTITUTE 2. STRATEGIC PLAN 2013 2017 DUKE GLOBAL HEALTH INSTITUTE. Table of Contents,Executive Summary 3,1 Introduction. 1 1 Global Health at Duke Mission Vision and Values 6. 1 2 DGHI s First Five Years Making a Difference in Global Health 7. 1 3 The Strategic Planning Process 10, 2 1 Preparing Leaders Future Directions for Education and Training Initiatives 11. 2 2 Seeking Solutions Future Directions for Research Initiatives 16. 2 3 Partnering for Change Future Directions for International Partnership Engagement 23. 3 Implementation,3 1 Administrative and Operational Support 26. 3 2 Faculty Structure 26,3 3 Visibility and Global Presence 28. 3 4 Financial Sustainability 29,4 Conclusion 30,Prepared January 2013.
Duke Global Health Institute,Executive Summary 3,Executive Summary. Introduction, The Duke Global Health Institute DGHI established in 2006 brings knowledge from every. corner of Duke University to bear on the pressing issues of global health in the 21st century. Central to its core mission DGHI aims to deliver high quality education and research using. multidisciplinary and innovative approaches that put knowledge in the service of society and. train the next generation of global health leaders While much of DGHI s work is focused. internationally the translation of knowledge applies to local and global contexts. Great progress has been made to establish Duke University as a recognized leader in global. health DGHI aims to remain at the forefront of this evolving field by maintaining its competitive. advantage particularly in the area of education As articulated throughout its five year plan. Transforming Global Health Duke Global Health Institute Strategic Priorities for 2013 2017. DGHI will work to achieve the following three goals become the worldwide leader in. interdisciplinary global health education catalyze and conduct innovative research that. responds to the changing global burden of disease and influences policy and create a robust. network of international partners to exchange global health knowledge and skills. GOAL 1 Become the worldwide leader in interdisciplinary global health education. DGHI will focus its efforts on, creating the premier liberal arts Global Health Major and Minor. becoming the leading Master of Science in Global Health MSc GH program in the world. strengthening the Doctoral Scholars program and establishing a Global Health Doctoral. Certificate Program, expanding the Global Health Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. strengthening the Global Health Residency Fellowship Pathway. launching global health education programs at Duke Kunshan University. expanding the Comparative Health Research Twinning Program. exploring the development of training programs and curricular and co curricular offerings. with Duke Schools Institutes and Initiatives,Executive Summary 4.
Operationally DGHI will employ vertical integration experiential education and blended. learning and training opportunities for Duke learners and international partners as well as. strengthen faculty teaching mentoring and assessment. GOAL 2 Catalyze and conduct innovative research that responds to the changing global. burden of disease and influences policy, DGHI will continue to facilitate and conduct innovative interdisciplinary research collaborations. to address emerging global health issues Some of its primary strategies include increasing the. number of leading global health experts at Duke establishing an Evidence Lab to evaluate. promising technologies and programs and pursuing knowledge in the service of society. through collaborations with the Duke Human Vaccine Institute DHVI and university wide. initiatives on innovation and entrepreneurship, DGHI will continue to move to the forefront of global health research in the following priority areas. Global Cancer Infection related Cancers and Pathogenesis. Cardiovascular Disease and Obesity Hypertension and Heart Failure. Emerging Infectious Diseases AIDS TB Malaria Bacterial Zoonoses and Arboviruses. Global Environmental Health Climate Change Cookstoves and Drinking Water. Global Mental Health Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Maternal and Child Health Orphans and Vulnerable Children. Health Systems Strengthening Enhancing the Health Care Workforce. GOAL 3 Create a robust network of international partners to exchange global health. knowledge and skills, A collaborative network of global partners can be more effective than traditional bi directional. partnerships to educate future global health leaders and to conduct research To this end DGHI. will establish a partnership network comprised of its longstanding principal global health. partners The network will provide a platform for partners to work across continents cultures. and traditional boundaries to tackle global health research and education challenges DGHI will. also build upon its existing collaborations with individual partners to expand education. research and capacity building initiatives while establishing new partnerships with institutions. in the Middle East and Latin America,Executive Summary 5. Implementation, To meet these ambitious goals and achieve financial sustainability DGHI requires additional.
resources and creative ways of utilizing existing assets Over the next five years DGHI will. selectively recruit global health faculty to meet its anticipated education and research needs. develop a robust marketing strategy to attract the best learners and disseminate DGHI faculty. research findings and support the Initiative in Global Health within the Duke Forward capital. Transforming Global Health Duke Global Health Institute Strategic Plan 2013 2017 was. developed by the DGHI faculty and received critical review from the Institute s Board of. Advisors Executive Committee Student Council and Deans Council By accomplishing these. goals and successfully implementing the strategies outlined in this plan DGHI will achieve its. vision of employing academic excellence to meet the global health challenges of today and. tomorrow and to achieve health equity worldwide,1 Introduction 6. 1 Introduction,1 1 Global Health at Duke, The Duke Global Health Institute DGHI established in 2006 brings knowledge from every. corner of Duke University to bear on the pressing issues of global health in the 21st century. DGHI was established as a University wide institute rather than as a school of public health. department or center within an existing Duke school to serve as a nexus to coordinate. support and implement Duke s interdisciplinary research. education and service activities related to global health DGHI is Vision. committed to developing and employing new models for. education and research that engage international partners and Academic excellence to. find innovative solutions to global health challenges meet the global health. challenges of today and,Mission tomorrow to achieve. health equity worldwide, DGHI works to reduce health disparities in our local community. and worldwide Recognizing that many global health problems. stem from economic social environmental political and health care inequalities DGHI brings. together interdisciplinary teams to solve complex health problems and to train the next. generation of global health leaders,Goals 2013 2017.
Become the worldwide leader in interdisciplinary global health education. Catalyze and conduct interdisciplinary and innovative research to respond to the global. burden of disease and influence policy, Create a robust network of international partners to exchange global health knowledge. and skills,Core Values, The following core values will influence DGHI s strategy over the next five years. Excellence Deliver high quality global health education and training programs. research opportunities and capacity building projects. Multidisciplinary Approaches Collaborate across traditional disciplines and borders. at Duke and around the globe, Knowledge in the Service of Society Strengthen DGHI s engagement with real. world global health issues by integrating them into the Institute s education and. Innovation Implement new educational methodologies and cutting edge research. approaches to address global health challenges and to discover and evaluate. innovations in health care,1 Introduction 7, Internationalization Increase Duke s presence and impact worldwide. Diversity Develop and support a diverse community of faculty staff trainees and. students who support DGHI s mission locally and globally. Local is Global and Global is Local Share and learn from knowledge and best. practices globally and locally, 1 2 DGHI s First Five Years Making a Difference in Global Health.
Achievements of the First Five Years,Recruited 37 new global health faculty to Duke. Expanded external funding for global health research from 3 6 million in 2008 to nearly. 17 million in 2012, Created or expanded long term bi directional international collaborations in ten Priority. Awarded more than 150 global health certificates since 2007. Supported more than 300 students participating in DGHI supported field research. projects in 24 countries since 2008, Created one of the first Master of Science in Global Health programs in the US. Developed a Board of Advisors comprised of influential leaders in global health business. and philanthropy, Details of these achievements are summarized below. Education and Training, DGHI has distinguished itself as a leader in interdisciplinary education engaging students and.
trainees at multiple levels and specializations Over the past five years the Institute established. new programs including its flagship program the Master of Science in Global Health MSc GH. degree Between 2009 and 2012 29 students completed the MSc GH In addition the Institute. developed the Doctoral Scholars Program and Global Health Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. 1 Introduction 8, DGHI provided opportunities for medical students by incorporating global health content into. the School of Medicine second year curriculum and through its School of Medicine Third Year. Global Health Study Program The Institute also supported the development of the Global. Health Residency Fellowship Pathway which is administered by the Hubert Yeargan Center for. Global Health HYC DGHI and HYC collaborate to develop and administer education and. training programs and support international global health partners. Additionally DGHI and its international partners Moshi Tanzania. developed and implemented joint global health, diploma programs for students in China and Institutional partner Kilimanjaro. Thailand In undergraduate education DGHI Christian Medical Centre KCMC. strengthened the undergraduate Global Health Diverse research agenda Bacterial. Certificate and the global health Focus cluster zoonoses emergency medicine. emerging infectious diseases global, As of 2012 159 students had completed the Global cancer maternal and child health. Health Certificate and the global health Focus medical education and orphan care. Education and training opportunities,cluster was one of the most popular on campus. Medical Education Partnership Initiative,among incoming students DGHI also provided.
Global Health Residency Fellowship, undergraduate fieldwork opportunities for over 300. Pathway trainees residents from the, students in more than 28 countries Fieldwork is Department of Medicine Infectious. integral to a complete education in global health Diseases Fellows MSc GH and third year. and is linked to the curriculum frequently allowing Duke medical students participate in. students to compare health solutions in domestic research and clinical training with faculty. and international contexts mentors at Duke and KCMC. undergraduate students conduct, In Tanzania DGHI and the Kilimanjaro Christian mentored fieldwork through the Student. Medical College KCMC one of DGHI s important Research Training Program with Moshi. based NGOs,partner institutions received funding from PEPFAR. Fogarty International Center and Health Resources,and Services Administration to fund the Medical.
Education Partnership Initiative MEPI to improve medical education and strengthen research. capacity at KCMC, DGHI has incorporated new educational methodologies into its education programs including. distance based lectures online class projects statistical modules for research methods and. team based learning modules DGHI also successfully launched the LCMS Learning and. Curriculum Management System at KCMC in Tanzania and established a student and faculty. 1 Introduction 9, twinning program with Moi University in Eldoret Kenya in partnership with mentors from the. Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research CHPIR. CHPIR a part of DGHI is an instigator and facilitator of a broad range of health policy and. health disparities research that addresses policy relevant issues Through its education. programs DGHI in partnership with CHPIR has explored comparative health challenges in local. and international settings by teaching global health students to analyze the interaction. between local context technology and diverse innovations. In its first five years DGHI organized its research portfolio around six Signature Research. Transforming Global Health Duke Global Health Institute Strategic Priorities for 2013 2017 DGHI will work to achieve the following three goals become the worldwide leader in interdisciplinary global health education catalyze and conduct innovative research that responds to the changing global burden of disease and influences policy and create a robust network of international partners to

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