A critical component of building capacity for high-caliber health delivery research is the training of local faculty and students. In 2008, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health teamed together to create the Global Health Effectiveness Program at Harvard University. The program aims to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice in global health by systematizing the study of health care delivery using case-based teaching methods and by stimulating collaboration among educators, researchers, stakeholders, and implementers.
In partnership with the Global Health Effectiveness program at Harvard, the Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery–Dubai will hold an abbreviated version of the program's signature course in Dubai for faculty, professionals, and advanced students from Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, and the region. Attendees will receive a certificate of participation.
Some participants may be eligible for scholarship funds for this course. Click here to find out more.