Global Health Studies Speaker Series | Dr. Juan Pablo Uribe
The Global Health Speaker Series, sponsored by the Global Health Studies Program, examines transformative relationships between health and a range of fields including public policy, law, technology, international relations, scientific research, economy, journalism, and more.
Dr. Juan Pablo Uribe, Minister of Health and Social Protection of Colombia, will present “Violence and Resilience: The Venezuela-Colombia Migrant Crisis.”
Dr. Juan Pablo Uribe has worked for over 20 years in public health and health administration. He has worked in multilateral organizations in health, first as a senior specialist of health for the World Bank Latin America and the Caribbean in Washington D.C. from 2000 to 2004, and later as Health Director for the World Bank East Asia and the Pacific. During this time, he worked in the creation of the health system in Uruguay and in health system reform in Bolivia, amongst others. Dr. Uribe has also worked as the Chief and Coordinator of health in the Fundación Corona, a private NGO dedicated to strengthening equity and social development in Colombia. He also led Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá hospital in Colombia.
Catherine Panter-Brick, Bruce A. and Davi-Ellen Chabner Professor of Anthropology, Health, and Global Affairs, and Robert Hecht, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at Yale, will offer introductory remarks and moderate the Q&A.
The Zoom webinar, organized by Professor Catherine Panter-Brick and Jackson lecturer Cara Fallon, will include a brief lecture followed by Q&A. Advance registration is required.