It has been claimed that war accounts for more death and disability than many major diseases combined (Levy and Sidel, 2008). World wars with millions of casualties are fading from global memory. New forms of armed conflict and civil war have steadily increased, disrupting fragile health infrastructures, and bringing death and injury to combatants and civilians alike. This conference will examine the many interfaces between violent conflict and health, including increased spread of infectious disease, exploitation of vulnerable populations, degradation of the global environment, and prevention of violence through health promotion.
Students wishing to register for this course should enroll in 152:152 on ISIS. Students who register for section SCA  will attend the pre-conference meeting on 3/10/2014. Students who register for section SCB  will attend the pre-conference meeting on 3/13/2014. All students will attend the conference together on 3/28-3/30.
Community members can also register by filling out this form . Course fee is $40. Please make check payable to University of Iowa. Payment may be made at the conference, or mailed in advance, along with the registration form. See form for details.
This conference is sponsored by the Global Health Studies Programs, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and International Programs