Learn about global health in India this winter

The Global Health, Globalization and Leadership Course in Mysore, India is a three week interdisciplinary experience where participants learn about health in the Indian context, including methods of healthcare delivery, public health infrastructure, and the influence of social determinants.

The course emphasizes the leadership skills needed to function in the fields of global health and development. Program is offered through the AHC Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility Program in partnership with SVYM, an NGO that has been engaged in southern India for over three decades, building a new civil society through its grassroots policy level action in the health, education, community development, and training sectors.

Course occurs between December 28, 2017 and January 12, 2018, with the option to extend for a 2 or 4 week placement.

Learn more at http://globalhealthcenter.umn.edu/india
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