Save the Date-2017 Global Health Course May 15th-26th

Announcing the 12th Annual University of Minnesota Global Health Course!
We are pleased to announce the 12th Annual Global Health Course, which practicing providers interested in tropical and travel medicine, refugee and immigrant health and other aspects of global health are encouraged to consider taking.  This is an exciting opportunity for practicing providers, and you can take segments of the course – a few days, a week, or more, for CME credit. Registration will open soon. 
Annual Live Global Health Course:
• Immigrant and Refugee Health               May 1, 2017   - May 5, 2017                 
• Tropical and Travel Medicine                  May 8, 2017 - May 12, 2017                 
• Getting Real with Global Health             May 15, 2017 - May 19, 2017                                  Applying your Knowledge                          (Required for ASTMH  Exam)
• Getting Real with Global Health              May 22, 2017 - May 26, 2017                               Applying your Knowledge                            (Required for ASTMH Exam)
The University of Minnesota Department of Medicine, as well as other University colleges and centers, is offering a Global Health Course: Diploma in Clinical Tropical Medicine and Travelers’ Health from May 1st - May 28th 2017. This course is accredited by the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene ( and will prepare practicing health care providers (MD, NP, PA), 4th year medical students and graduate students to work in global health, including tropical medicine, travelers’ health, refugee and migrant health. This is the only ASTMH course offered in the Midwest USA, is one of 13 courses offered worldwide, and is open to local, national and international applicants. The course is offered in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as other local, national, and international partners.

We will be doing something different this year.  We will be offering continuing medical education (CME) credit only for the last two weeks of the course.  As in past years, the first two weeks of the course will be more didactic lectures, with the last two weeks being more hands-on including labs, tabletop exercises, and clinical simulation.  It is the last two weeks which are required for completion of our overall global health course which consists of both our online modules and the hands-on course. 

If you will be registering for the last two weeks of the course, we have a limited number of spots to join us in the first two weeks of the course at no charge.  Contact us at if you are interested. 

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