As world health fast approaches a fork in the road, understanding "upstream" forces and their health impacts is critical to the future well being of all global citizens. Child health is re-emerging on the global stage after a long period of being pushed into the background by newer health threats.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is offering an unprecedented International Child Health Forum which will provide insights superior to those offered anywhere else.
Rapid socioeconomic, demographic, environmental, and technological changes have led to an epidemic of childhood health problems around the world. While the pace of these changes has varied worldwide, many nations, developing and developed alike, are struggling to address their growing youth health issues.