Ethical concerns and dilemmas  Avoiding Racism and Inequality  Keeping product quality high despite costcutting practices  Keeping working conditions safe  Maintaining environmental health standards to ensure clean air, water, etc.  Child Labor
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Global health educational resources Refugee health resources HealthReach: multilingual and culturally appropriate health information materials for refugees and health providers. Refugee Health Technical Assistance Center: videos about health insurance & refugee basics (resettlement process and cultural profiles) US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants: multilingual health and nutrition information and healthy living toolkit, domestic violence, etc. Health Information Translations: Health information materials translated into multiple languages for immigrant and refugee families Ethnomed: Seattle based organization on cultural profiles and cross cultural health. Minnesota Department of Health: refugee resources, including a health guide for refugee families Canadian Paediatric Society Global Child Health Curriculum: See details in “online modules” section below Online courses, modules & videos Global Pediatric Education Consortium: outline of skills, procedures, and patient care knowledge that can be used to create local training materials worldwide, http://www.globalpediatrics.org/ Global Health Media Project videos (for health workers in resource-poor areas): http://globalhealthmedia.org/videos/ BU edX Global Health MOOCs—The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Health: Three multi-disciplinary online preparation courses that are interactive, case-based, evaluative, enable tracking for program directors, and are free of charge. (PI Gabrielle Jacquet) Part 1: The Big Picture (6-12 months in advance) Part 2: Preparation and On the Ground (1 week-3 months in advance) Part 3: Reflection (upon return) Coursera courses: https://www.coursera.org/course/globalhealthintro Canadian Paediatric Society Global Child Health Curriculum. Four 1-hour online modules: (1) Global Child Mortality; (2) Undernutrition; (3) Fever in the Returned Child Traveler and (4) Children and Youth New to Canada. Available free by request, http://www.cps.ca/en/curriculum University of Minnesota Global Pediatric Education Series (28 peer-reviewed recorded lectures on Global Child Health, associated with quiz questions & CME): http://www.globalhealth.umn.edu/education/online-global-health-course/ Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) modules & resources: http://www.cugh.org/resources/educational-modules Johns Hopkins School of Public Health open source modules: http://ocw.jhsph.edu/index.cfm/go/find.browse#topics/topicID/11/ SickKids Centre for Global Child Health Public Health Nutrition Course: http://learn.sickkidsglobal.ca/ Stanford International Women’s Rights course: http://www.internationalwomenshealth.org/about.html University of Pittsburgh free modules: http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec40331/001.htm Unite for Sight Global Health University USAID Modules: http://www.globalhealthlearning.org/ UW I-TECH Clinical Education modules: http://edgh.uw.edu/series/clinical-education-modules Refugee health module: http://ccirhken.ca/e-learning/?page_id=447 World Bank Group: http://www.worldbank.org/depweb/english/modules/index.html AAP Section of International Child Health (SOICH) International Child Health Competency-Based Objectives (2007): http://www2.aap.org/sections/ich/toolkit.htm
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Air with higher water vapor content (humid air) is less dense than drier air at the same temperature and pressure   This is also evident through examination of the molecular weights of dry air () vs. water () For a moist air parcel, in effect, lighter water molecules have displaced a portion of heavier air molecules making the parcel lighter than it would be if it were all dry air! air air air air air air air air air air air air air     air air air air   Recall in the example of East Coast cyclogenesis:
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Concerns About ALN Learning  Concerns About the Explosion of ALN in Education  Concerns About Residency Living & Learning on Campus  Concerns About Impersonality and Becoming Irrevocably Orwellian  Concerns About Making ALN Learning Too Easy  Concerns About Making ALN Learning Too Hard  Concerns About Corporate Influences on Traditional Missions  Concerns About Library Services  Concerns About Academic Standards and Student Ethics  Concerns About Messaging Overload  Concerns About Faculty Efficiency and Burnout  Concerns About Misleading and Fraudulent Web Sites  Concerns About CyberPsychology  Concerns About Computer Services and Network Reliability  Concerns About Faculty Resistance to Change  Concerns About Effectiveness of Learning Technologies in Large Classes 1-58
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