Guest
Jennifer Ruger, Associate Professor, Yale School of Public Health

Previous Episodes

panter-brick

October 8, 2014
Guest: Catherine Panter-Brick, Professor of Anthropology, Health, and Global Affairs
Subject: The role fathers play in parenting

alexandrov

October 1, 2014
Guest: Vladimir Alexandrov, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Subject: The Black Russian

rogers

May 14, 2014
Guest: Douglas Rogers, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Subject: Oil Culture: Producing the New Russia

dhir

May 7, 2014
Guest: Aaron Dhir, Canadian Bicentennial Visiting Professor of Law
Subject: Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity

samuels

April 30, 2014
Guest: Maurice Samuels, Professor of French
Subject: Jewish Fiction in Nineteenth-Century France

 

more...

Episode: January 28, 2009

22:26

An Associate Professor at the Yale School of Public Health, and co-director of the Yale/World Health Organization Centre for Health Promotion, Policy, and Research, Professor Ruger is working to promote the creation of public health programs that make more efficient use of scarce resources while improving current healthcare practices. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recently invited her to testify about how the management of global health institutions and governance might be improved. Professor Ruger talks about the IOM report on Global Health.

Learn more about Professor Ruger
View Institute of Medicine’s Report, “The U.S. Commitment to Global Health: Recommendations for the New Administration”