Introduction to Global Health Care Delivery

An intensive case-based course offered at Harvard School of Public Health in January and July. This course will engage students in analysis of case studies that describe interventions to improve health care delivery in resource-poor settings. Class room discussion of these case studies will help illuminate principles and frameworks for the design of efficient and effective global health interventions. Through a focus on HIV, tuberculosis, and polio, these cases will allow students to carefully consider the question of how epidemiology, pathophysiology, culture, economics, and politics inform the design of interventions. For current information, see the HSPH Registrar’s Office.