The Journal of Global Health is Columbia University’s premier undergraduate-run, open access public health publication and media organization dedicated to publishing high quality, peer-reviewed original student research relevant to the broader global health community. The Journal of Global Health also provides a forum for the vibrant discussion of topical global health issues through podcast and blog formats to ultimately engage populations beyond academia. With authors representing 70+ institutions in 10+ countries spanning 5 continents, The Journal of Global Health features the work of student researchers and activists from across the globe to convey the diverse perspectives necessary to address global health challenges and bring about equity in healthcare for all, worldwide.

Spring 2020

Vol 10 No 1 (2020)

Published: Jun 21, 2020

Dietary exposure to methylmercury from fish consumption by Indigenous communities along the Napo River, Peru

Erick M. Carreras, MScGH, Erika Neilson, MPH, MBChB, John Neilson, PhD, Videsh Kapoor, MD, Randy Baker, MSc

Exposición dietética al metilmercurio por consumo de pescado en las comunidades indígenas ubicadas a lo largo del río Napo, Perú

Erick M. Carreras, Mg. de Ciencias en Salud Global, Erika Neilson, Mg. en Salud Pública, Dr. en Medicina y Cirugía, John Neilson, Dr. en Filosofía, Videsh Kapoor, Dr. en Medicina, Randy Baker, Mg. en Ciencias.

The Factors Influencing the Breastfeeding Practices of the Women Living in the Bateyes of the Dominican Republic

Stephanie Batson, BS, Chandler Ford, BS, Elizabeth Brownell, MA, PhD

Rationale for Advocacy Training in Undergraduate Medical Education

Jorge R. Zaldivar, Elizabeth L. DeVos
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