Mozambique piques student’s passion for global and rural health

As a Peace Corps volunteer, Luke Wenzel made some babies cry; learned to speak Portuguese; met and married his wife; and decided on a career in family practice. He also worked to educate the locals on avoiding cholera and preventing or managing HIV/AIDS.

DMU to send interprofessional team to Honduras

The team DMU is assembling for a health service trip to the Central American nation of Honduras March 16-24 will …

Global Health Learning Collaborative

Join us for a health education initiative brought to you by the Department of Global Health, the Masters of Public Health program, the Heartland …

Global Health Learning Collaborative

Join us for a health education initiative brought to you by the Department of Global Health, the Masters of Public Health program, the Heartland …

Global Health Learning Collaborative

Join us for a health education initiative brought to you by the Department of Global Health, the Masters of Public Health program, the Heartland …

Global Health Learning Collaborative

Join us for a health education initiative brought to you by the Department of Global Health, the Masters of Public Health program, the Heartland …

President of Kosovo visits Iowa, DMU

When Atifete Jahjaga, the president of Kosovo, visited Iowa June 13-15, her itinerary included a tour of DMU. Her visit, …

Promoting better health that goes beyond ‘hit and run’

As part of DMU’s strategies for achieving sustainable, positive change in health care for underserved people, a group of students and faculty sought to suit local needs in St. Lucia.

International service opportunity in Honduras for DMU alumni

The Global Health department has received information about an upcoming medical service opportunity in Honduras. The trip is a partnership …

International service opportunity in India for DMU alumni

The Global Health Department has received information about an upcoming medical service opportunity in India. The Logos Medical Mission group …