- In this spotlight, Annette Dekker talks about how GHP gave her the foundation for a career in clinical medicine and the impetus to make a significant impact in the global health arena.
- Heather Howard discusses various Medicaid issues; the extent non-expansion was driven by policy or politics, work requirements, state administrative costs, cost-sharing and the “private option” in existing state plans, and the likelihood of Section 1332 waivers moving states to universal care.
- Economist Janet Currie explains why health insurance for children leads to better outcomes in adulthood.
- Nabil Shaikh's senior thesis took him more than 8,000 miles from Princeton to Hyderabad, India, where he interviewed terminally ill cancer patients about their experience with end-of-life care.
Breaking Down Boundaries
Princeton’s vibrant Global Health Program brings domestic and international health issues to life through interdisciplinary research and teaching, hands-on learning and a focus on policy. The program is administered by the Center for Health and Wellbeing, an interdisciplinary unit within the Woodrow Wilson School.