This page provides course materials and resources for students and instructors participating in CGHE’s Fundamentals of Global Health Engagement (FOGHE) course. Materials on this page may change to reflect the latest version of the FOGHE curriculum.
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 their own copies using the resources below.
The FOGHE Manual is a follow-along resource for use during the in-residence course (Provided Here). Brief notes, discussion questions, and other resources for each lecture, module, and activity are provided in the workbook. The Manual also serves as a valuable reference for students after completing the course.
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(link is external)
- 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(link is external)
- 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.(link is external)
- 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.(link is external)
- Vogelstein, R., Bigio, J. (2017). Three Things to Know: The Women, Peace and Security Act of 2017. Council on Foreign Relations.
- FOGELMAN, V., BROWN, J., MOORE, G., GOOLSBY, D., THOMPSON, R., BARROWS, P. THE ROLE OF VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DURING MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT. Military Preventive Medicine: Mobilization and Deployment, Volume 1.
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?
Continuing Medical Education
Most FOGHE courses delivered by CGHE are approved by the U.S. Army Medical Command for a maximum of 19.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Upon completion of the course, students should log on to the CME website at https://education.mods.army.mil/cme/secured to obtain a course certificate. For assistance or questions contact Ms. Karen Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org.