The Haiti Lab cholera project was launched shortly after cholera appeared in Haiti in October of 2010.  It resulted in a November 2011 article in the CDC journal Emerging Infectious Diseases (link to journal website) and a digital map by Lab Co-Director Deborah Jenson, Affiliated Faculty... read more »

Student meeting

The Human Rights Certificate offers students an in-depth and rigorous interdisciplinary study of human rights history, theory and practice, cultivating life-long learners and engaged citizens who have a deep and nuanced understanding of human rights. Human rights cannot be isolated into one or even... read more »

Dr. Neil Prose, a core faculty member of the Health Humanities Lab, is currently teaching a Duke freshman seminar as part of the Focus program. The course, “Singing the Same Song” provides a  global perspective on empathic and effective communication between providers and patients. Dr. Prose... read more »