Dr. Amy Hagopian Print E-mail

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dr amy hagopian"Amy Hagopian teaches health policy, global health workforce analysis, program evaluation, and community development at the University of Washington School of Public Health. Her research focuses on international health workforce issues, especially the global migration of health workers from low-income countries to wealthy countries, and on the role of armed conflict in population health. Before entering the global health arena, Hagopian worked for 15 years in the area of rural health and community development, traveling the five-state region served by the University of Washington School of Medicine. Hagopian is also active in her professional association, the American Public Health Association, and serves as a board member of College Access Now, which works to assist first-generation low-income students gain admission to college. She also works to eliminate military recruitment in high schools."

Website: http://globalhealth.washington.edu/faculty/amy-hagopian

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Amy Hagopian and Wendy Johnson of Seattle, Washington and University of Washington Faculty in the Global Health Department Thank Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell and Congressmen Jim McDermott and Adam Smith for supporting the Africa Health Capacity Investment Act.