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Global Child Health Program

管家婆王中王六肖中特 Pediatrics Global Child Health Program

The 管家婆王中王六肖中特 Global Child Health Program believes that all children, everywhere, deserve excellent healthcare. By learning from and partnering with pediatric providers in resource-limited settings, our goal is to build capacity, strengthen clinical care, and conduct innovative and impactful research for children around the world. We aim to support, educate, and connect pediatric providers to engage in global health in a longitudinal, bidirectional, and anti-colonialist way.

Faculty and staff from the Global Child Health Program (l-r): Dr. Kelli Brown, Tifany Frazer, Dr. Connie Shumba, Dr. Megan Schultz, Dr. Kelly Graff, Dr. Katie Ryan, Dr. DeMarco Bowen.

Pediatrics Global Child Health Program

Pediatrics Global Child Health Program Missions

Community Engagement

Provide pre-departure trainings for pediatricians working abroad, offer ‘local global’ volunteer opportunities for faculty/trainees, and advocate for global child health policy at state and national levels.

Education

Teach and mentor the Community and Global Health Track (CGHT) pediatric residents, organize two Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds per year, and incorporate global health topics into pediatric residency/fellowship curricula.

Patient Care

Collaborate with medical schools and hospitals in resource-limited settings to provide quality pediatric education and clinical care.

Research

Support faculty/trainees with grant seeking, grant applications and the IRB process, and one pediatric faculty seed grant per year from the Office of Global Health.

Message from the Director

Megan Schultz, MD, MAMegan L. Schultz, MD, MA
Associate Professor
Director, Global Child Health

As Director of Global Child Health, I support and connect pediatric faculty and trainees at 管家婆王中王六肖中特/Children’s Wisconsin in their global health endeavors. A range of pediatricians and pediatric subspecialists collaborate on research, medical education, clinical care, and community engagement to advance healthcare for children around the world. Our team is dedicated to the idea that all children, everywhere, deserve excellent health care, whether that be a child with cancer in Siem Reap, Cambodia, or a member of the Lac du Flambeau tribe in northern Wisconsin. We are fortunate to have national leaders in multiple global child health disciplines, from refugee care to diabetes self-management, from procedural sedation to emergency medicine. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions – we always love a good collab!

About the Pediatrics Global Health Program

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Recent Publications by Our Faculty
  • More Than Just a Passport: Resources and Implementation Strategies to Optimize Preparation for Global Health Work. Winter JJ, Gladding S, Schultz ML, Bensman R, Lam SK, St Clair NE. Ped Ann 2023 Sept 1; 52(9):e330-e334.
  • The Effect of a Mock Medical Visit on Refugee Health Self-Efficacy and Medical Trainee Communication Apprehension. De Vela G, Kaeppler C, Mehta S, Hall J, Porada K, Cobb C. Wi Med Jo 2023;122(1):48-51.
  • Pediatric procedural sedation in African clinical settings: A mixed methods study of African providers鈥 sedation practices. Schultz ML, Melby A, Gray R, Evans FM, Benett S, Niescierenko ML. Af J Emerg Med 2023 Sept;13(3):204-209.
  • Emergency care interventions for paediatric severe acute respiratory infections in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Relan P, Garbern SC, O'Reilly G, Bills CB, Schultz ML, Kivlehan S, Trehan I, Becker TK. J Glob Health 2023 Jun 09;13:04065.
  • Paediatric trauma education in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic literature review. Rivas JA, Bartoletti J, Benett S, Strong Y, Novotny TE, Schultz ML. J Glob Health 2022 Dec 29;12:04078.
  • A systematic review of acute and emergency care interventions for adolescents and adults with severe acute respiratory infections including COVID-19 in low- and middle-income countries. Garbern SC, Relan P, O'Reilly GM, Bills CB, Schultz ML, Trehan I, Kivlehan SM, Becker TK. J Glob Health 2022 Nov 8;12:05039.
  • Antimicrobial Resistance Trends at a Pediatric Hospital in Guatemala City, 2005-2019. Graff KE, Windsor WJ, Calvimontes DM, Melgar MA, Galvez N, Rivera JG, Dominguez SR, Asturias EJ, Gordillo MR. J Pediatric Infect Dis Soc 2021 Aug 26.
  • The effects of mobile health on emergency care in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Winders WT, Garbern SC, Bills CB, Relan P, Schultz ML, Trehan I, Kivlehan SM, Becker TK, McQuillan R. J Glob Health 2021 Apr 3;11:04023.
  • Guidance for Implementing Pediatric Procedural Sedation in Resource-Limited Settings Schultz ML, Niescierenko M. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine. June 2019;20(2):116-122.
  • High Rates of Occult Hepatitis B Virus Infection in HIV-Positive Individuals Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy in Botswana. Ryan K, Anderson M, Gyurova I, Ambroggio L, Moyo S, Sebunya T, Makhema J, Marlink R, Essex M, Musonda R, Gaseitsiwe S, Blackard JT. Open Forum Infect Dis 2017;4(4):ofx195.
  • Occult and Chronic Hepatitis B in HIV-Positive Botswana. Ryan K, Anderson M, Gaseitsiwe S, Blackard J. Open Forum Infect Dis 2015;2(suppl 1).
Recent Global Child Health Grand Rounds
  • | June 14, 2024
  • | Dec. 1, 2023
  • | July 28, 2023
  • | Dec. 2, 2022
  • | Sept. 24. 2021
Global Child Health Education at MCW

GME Scholars in Global Health for any resident or fellow (PDF)
A two-year curriculum available to all 管家婆王中王六肖中特trainees on broad global health principles and topics.

Pediatric Residency Community/Global Health Track
A concentration focused on community and global health available to 管家婆王中王六肖中特pediatric residents.

Collaborating Institutions and Organizations


管家婆王中王六肖中特Global Child Health faculty and residents are contributing members of this AAP section.


管家婆王中王六肖中特faculty, residents, and students are contributing members of this international consortium.

管家婆王中王六肖中特Office of Global Health
The Office of Global Health trains the next generation of global health leaders and addresses global health inequities across neighborhoods and nation.


Global Child Health faculty and residents are contributing members of this multi-institutional collaboration to advance training in global child health.


管家婆王中王六肖中特faculty are contributing members of this international collaborative focusing on gender equity in global health.

Program Leadership

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Megan L. Schultz, MD, MA

Associate Professor; Director, Global Child Health Program; Co-Director, Global Health Pathway

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Lolia Abibo, MD

Assistant Professor; Research Pillar Lead, Global Child Health Program

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DeMarco Bowen, MD

Assistant Professor; Education Pillar Lead, Global Child Health Program

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Jane Rivas, MD

Assistant Professor; Clinical Pillar Lead, Global Child Health Program

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Kellie C. Snooks, DO

Assistant Professor; Community Engagement Pillar Lead, Global Child Health Program

Program Faculty

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Lauren Burgunder, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor

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Kelly E. Graff, MD

Assistant Professor

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Constance Gundacker, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor

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Kathleen Ryan Loker, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor; Director, Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship Program

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Grzegorz W. Telega, MD

Professor

Contact Us

Global Child Health Program

Dr. Megan Schultz
999 N. 92nd St., Suite C550
Milwaukee, WI 53226

globalchildhealth@mcw.edu
(414) 337-6770
(414) 337-7068 (fax)

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