Vogue Magazine (February 2015) features Critical Care Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow: "Standing Her Ground"
NEW YORK, NEW YORK , January 27, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The February 2015 release of U.S. Vogue coincided with the 2015 Annual World Economic Forum Meeting in Davos, where Dr. Sparrow is a frequent contributor.
A globally respected expert on the systemic impacts of conflict on children, Dr. Sparrow brings critical insights to global discussions on effective risk mitigation, disease surveillance; and the coordination and delivery of care in areas of conflict.
As a highly skilled, critical care physician specialized in Pediatric Medicine, Sparrow has earned the respect and captivated leaders through all sectors of industry with her intellect, uncompromising work ethic and dedication as an on-the ground first responder in many of our world’s most fragile and dangerous areas of conflict.
From her work as a first line medical responder to the crisis in Syria, assisting with hands-on training of Pediatric Primary and Critical Care Medicine; to her pivotal work with the children who witnessed and survived the Genocide in Darfur, Sparrow is a globally respected expert on the systemic impacts of conflict on children
Written by Heidi Mitchell, the February 2015 U.S. Vogue article "Standing Her Ground" is in-depth and absorbing; with Sparrow’s ethereal beauty captured by Vogue photographer Benedicte Kurzen. View the article here.
Faculty in Global Health at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Annie Sparrow MD, MPH, is Deputy Director of the Human Rights Program and Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health. A Harvard (2004) trained Public Health specialist, Dr. Sparrow held the appointment of the Director of UNICEF’s malaria program in Somalia for the Global Fund against Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, before joining the faculty at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Dr. Sparrow is globally recognized for her work with the children who survived the Genocide in Darfur. Smallest Witnesses: The Crisis in Darfur Through Children's Eyes, features the work and research of Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow and Olivier Bercault, a groundbreaking documentary focused upon the impact the crisis in Darfur had on the children who witnesses and survived the Genocide in Darfur region.
Link to Smallest Witnesses: The Crisis in Darfur Through Children's Eyes:
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