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Recommended Reading
Getting involved also means learning, thinking critically about how to effect change, and taking an active interest in issues of global health and leadership.

Recommended Reading

Below are a list of resources that we often turn to for guidance and inspiration.

Readings:

Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor – Paul Farmer

Health and Human Rights: A Reader – Jonathan M. Mann, Michael A. Grodin, Sofia Gruskin and George J. Annas

Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership is Winning the Fight against HIV/AIDS – Fran Quigley

To Hell with Good Intentions – Ivan Illich

Duffle Bag Medicine – Maya Roberts

TED Talks:

The Danger of a Single Story – Chimamanda Adichie (18:49)

The Power of Vulnerability – Brené Brown (20:20)

How Great Leaders Inspire Action – Simon Sinek (18:05)

How to Start a Movement – Derek Sivers (03:10)

Let My Dataset Change Your Mindset – Hans Rosling (19:56)

The Happy Secret to Better Work – Shawn Achor (12:21)

Websites

EpiAnalysis: Epidemics. Data. Analysis.
epianalysis.wordpress.com

The Lancent Student
thelancetstudent.com

The Guardian’s Poverty Matters blog
guardian.co.uk/global-development/poverty-matters