Fundamentals of Global Health Engagement - VIRTUAL!
Fundamentals of Global Health Engagement, Virtual
May 18, 20, 22, 27, 29 2020
All sessions will be held from 1300-1500 EDST
We are happy to announce that the Fundamentals of Global Health Engagement Course will now be offered virtually!
Registration for this course is now closed.
They will include 5 two-hour live sessions presented over a two-week period. Homework includes viewing three lectures independently, completing a discussion board prompt about the lecture and completing assigned workbook pages, which will be due the day of the next session. Homework time (including viewing lecture) should total approximately 6 hours over the course. We understand that COVID-19 may impact students' ability to adhere to a strict course schedule. CGHE will work with course participants on an individual basis to ensure completion of all course materials.
Certificates of completion will be provided for students who complete all coursework and assignments. For any question, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Understand how DoD GHE supports national security strategies and regional security objectives.
- Identify the complex components of DoD GHE.
- Recognize the elements of designing, planning, executing and evaluating DoD GHE.
Participants who seek to understand or are expected to participate in DoD GHE activities. Participants can fall among the following groups:
- Military Health System and Public Health Service personnel
- USG agency personnel
- International military and civilian partners
- Representatives of academic institutions
- Health personnel from non-governmental organizations
Students must complete the following readings prior to attendance in the course. Instructors will reference and discuss these readings and students will be expected to be familiar with the concepts found in the readings. Pre-course readings highlight published articles and documents that guide the conduct of DoD GHE and provide a broad overview and basic understanding of DoD GHE, enablers, and challenges to program/activity selection, planning, execution, and evaluation. No paper materials are provided during the in-residence FOGHE course. Students who wish to have hard-copy documents available to review during class should download and print the materials they wish to have during class.
- DoD Instruction 2000.30: Global Health Engagement (GHE) Activities
- Cullison, T.R., Beadling, C.W., and Erickson, E. (2016). Global Health Engagement: A Military Medicine Core Competency. Joint Force Quarterly. Vol 80: Qtr 1. 54-61
- Wilson, R.L., Moawad, F.J., and Hartzell, J.D. (2015). Lessons for Conducting Health Development at the Tactical Level. Military Medicine. Vol 180. 368-373.
- Leclerc-Madlala, S. and Alobaidi, M. (2016). Sharpening Our Cultural Tools for Improved Global Health Engagement. Joint Force Quarterly. Vol 82: Qtr 3. 86-90.
- Quinnan, G.V. Jr. (2016). The Future of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement. Joint Force Quarterly. Vol 80: Qtr 1. 37-44.
- Kirk, H.C. IV. And Hernandez, A. (2017). Access to Africa: Setting the Theater for Long-Term Strategic Success. Army Magazine. November 2017. 32-37.
Prior to arriving for the course, students should make an effort to use their available resources to answer the following two questions:
- What is the overall theater strategy for your Combatant Command or component command?
- What health lines of effort might support the achievement of the previously identified strategic objectives?
There is no registration/course fee.