Good to Great Building a Great Global Health Center Yamey, 2004 The Birth of a new discipline: Telepreventive Medicine Telepreventive Medicine: The application of low bandwidth, inexpensive, systems to large numbers of healthy individuals to prevent disease. International Health
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Good to Great
Building a Great Global Health Center
The Birth of a new discipline:
The application of low bandwidth, inexpensive, systems to large numbers of healthy individuals to prevent disease.
International health refers to the interlocking and interrelated health status of people throughout the world and to efforts to improve the health of all people of every country.
transcending the core of competence”
“You can accomplish anything in life provided you do not mind who gets the credit”
Harry S. Truman
Knowledge About Prevention
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
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Mirrored Server change the world.
42 Mirrored Sites,
MOH India, Egypt, Mongolia, Nepal, Sudan, China, Russia
1000 Lectures change the world.
Sent to 10,000 prevention experts in 139 Countries
Lecture Status change the world.
Cost Effectiveness change the world.
20,000 students x 5 yrs.
100,000 students trained
Joshua Lederberg change the world.(1958)
Baruch S. Blumberg(1976)
Nobel Prize Laureates in the Supercourse (Medicine)
Paul Greengard (2000)
Paul C Lauterbur (2003)
Eric R. Kandel (2000)
Gil Omenn, MD change the world.
Richard Carmona, M.D.
Jeff Koplan, MD
Former Head, CDC
+ All CDC lectures
SPH International Topics change the world.
Building Capacity 1
Child Health 5
Community health 2
Environmental health 1
Health Promotion 1
Health and Security 1
Health Sector Reform 1
Infectious disease 4
Occupational health 1
Reproductive health 1
Women’s health 3
19 Existing SPH change the world.
Small numbers of countries
Little R01 support
GREAT!!! change the world.
Multiple disease research
R01 support Focus
Just-in-Time change the world.
Eric Noji, M.D. change the world.
Bam Earthquake in Iran
Ali Aldadan, M.D.
Olympic Supercourse change the world.
This lecture has been dedicated to Olympics games in Athens, Greece
Aug 13-29, 204
By Supercourse Team
Prepared by Dr. Soni Dodani
Olympic Supercourse Goals change the world.
Pedro Urra change the world.
The SC has also become a model for production and dissemination of health information in Cuba as you can see in the Cuban site in http://bvs.sld.cu/sc/. The SC is much more that a web site, it is a philosophy and a model of health promotion using ICT with very rational use of resources.
75 million hits/year change the world.
(including 32 in BMJ, Lancet, Nature, Nature Med)
Top 11 Medical
Looking into the Future change the world.
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A Great International
Global Pittsburgh change the world.
“…focusing on what you potentially do better than any organization is the only path to greatness”
Helping at the
Issues at the crossroads organization is the only path to greatness”
NIH (Environmental Health, NLM, R25, AIDs)
Pittsburgh International organization is the only path to greatness”