Duke SGM Health Symposium

CHPIR would like to thank everyone who attended our Inaugural Duke Sexual and Gender Minority Health Symposium! The two days of events featured keynote speakers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and panelists from Duke University, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the Durham community, and was also the official launch of the Duke Sexual and Gender Minority Health Program (DSGMHP).

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Research Spotlight!

Dr. Hy V. Huynh, Research Associate at CHPIR, combines his unique background and expertise in community psychology and humanitarian photography to publish the first visual-based research article ever published in an academic journal.

Check out his visual research article, titled “Lessons Learned from High-Quality Residential Care Centers Around the World: A Visual Story”, published in Springer’s International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice.

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CHPIR is currently looking for one more Summer 2019 Intern! Details below:

– NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

CHPIR is looking for a student to work with a multidisciplinary team (consisting of a community psychologist, epidemiologist, population health researcher, and NGO program director) and is interested in improving the quality of residential care for orphan and vulnerable children in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) through the development of a quality of care measurement tool.

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