MODULES

Principles, History and Trends of Global Health

Socioeconomic and political determinants of health and disease

International Organizations and their roles

Ethics of Global Health

Global Fund Diseases (Malaria, TB, HIV)

Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pandemics

Nutrition and Malnutrition

Trauma and Violence (Surgery)

Non Communicable Diseases

Immigrant and Refugee Health

Maternal and Child Health

Clinical response to Natural Disasters and Complex Humanitarian Disasters

Medical Practice in Austere Environments

Program Development, Implementation, Management and Evaluation

Health Systems and Workforce

Travel Medicine

Cultural Competency 

Health Education

Case Series

Skills/Techniques Training (Surgical/Orthopedics/Obstetrics/Dental)

Essential Drugs and Use of Formulary in Resource Constrained Settings

Global Health Division, St.Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Department of Emergency Medicine, 1111 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10025