The Uniformed Services University (USU) offers an 18-credit “Graduate Certificate in Global Health and Global Health Engagement” via distance-learning to active duty and reserve service members.
By: Alexa Brenner
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Uniformed Services University is currently accepting applications from students interested in taking courses in this field for academic credit; application instructions are detailed below.
Medical personnel from the Rwandan Defense Forces and U.S.
On September 7th, all second-year students from Georgetown University’s School of Medicine participated in the 2016 Pandemic Influenza Tabletop Exercise, which was designed to illustrate the health care–public health interface in the context of an infectious disease emergency.
The CGHE’s Training and Professional Development Division has recently conducted its annual Global Health Strategies for Security (GHSS) Course in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of International Health Security (under the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response).
On 8 June 2016, the CGHE Training & Professional Development Division wrapped a three-day course on the Fundamentals of Global Health Engagement (FOGHE) at Fort Detrick, Maryland. This latest iteration of the course was attended by 17 medical logistics planners, who found the material new and interesting because of its global outlook and health focus.