Global Health Delivery Online Short Course Harvard Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) (Get Smarter Creative)
Who is it for?
This online short course will suit public health practitioners and aid workers with an interest in public health concerns. Public health leaders who work in an advisory capacity, infectious disease specialists, as well as clinical researchers, will benefit from the analysis of how shifting power structures shape the response to the global burden of disease.
You'll Walk Away With:
- An actionable health intervention designed for a real-world challenge that you’ve identified, as the primary piece in your Portfolio of Evidence.
- Meaningful connections and deep, shared understanding with a diverse community of global health professionals through graded small group discussions and class-wide forums.
- Your premier certificate from HarvardX, in association with the Harvard Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning — a statement of your commitment and considered approach to health delivery.
- Module 1:
Introduction to the Biosocial
- Module 2:
Why Ideas Matter: Social Theory in Global Health
- Module 3:
The History of Global Health and Colonial Legacy
- Module 4:
Political Economy and Foreign Aid
- Module 5:
The Global AIDS Movement
- Module 6:
Challenges in Healthcare Delivery: Lessons From Liberia and Haiti
- Module 7:
Building an Effective Rural Health Delivery Model in Rwanda
- Module 8:
Critical Perspectives on Metrics of Disease
- Module 9:
The Unique Challenges of Mental Health
- Module 10:
Values and Global Health
What is the Online Campus?
The Online Campus will be your virtual classroom for the duration of your course. Through its easy-to-use interface, you'll have access to a diverse variety of course content formats, including interactive video lectures, module notes, practice quizzes, assignment briefs, and additional web resources.
On the Online Campus, you'll also be able to ask questions and interact with your fellow students and Head Tutor through the Online Campus discussion forums. If you're experiencing technical issues, or need advice from your personal Success Manager, you can use the Online Campus to get in touch.