It doesn't take going abroad to get involved in global health. Check out these student groups at UAB and get involved now!

 

GHIG
UAB Global Health Interest Group (GHIG)

GHIG is a student organization at UAB that aims to raise awareness about global health issues and inspire students to take action. Join us if you're interested in taking initiative in learning about the health and well-being of the world around us.
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South Sudan Health Care Organization at UAB
South Sudan Health Care Organization at UAB

The members of the South Sudan Healthcare Organization at UAB, are dedicated to supporting the South Sudan Healthcare Organization Clinic financially as well as socially

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Doctors without borders
Doctors without Borders at UAB

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, believes in “the right of victims to receive assistance, as well as the right of humanitarian organizations to provide assistance.” The MSF student chapter will host fundraising and awareness events for MSF to encourage students to consider medical careers abroad and become more involved with Doctors Without Borders.

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SIPS
Society of International Psychology Students

The mission of SIPS is to promote academic growth, professional development, and social responsibility among graduate students at UAB with an interest in behavioral sciences in a global context. Members shall plan and host events and activities that promote the practice international psychology outside of the US and among refugees and immigrants within the US.

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UFWH
Universities Fighting World Hunger at UAB

Bringing together students who are dedicated in the effort to eliminate hunger in our community and around the world through service and advocacy. We strive to create an environment where intellectual discovery and social responsibility converge in pursuit of a sustainable world – a world that protects our natural environment and enhances human health and well-being for present and future generations

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