Full course description
This course examines how global health experts bridge the gap between the best practices of global health research and the real-world intricacies of global health practice. In this course, we will identify the strategies utilized for global health surveillance, monitoring, and research. Learners will become familiar with some of the common ways global health data is disseminated, and how evidence-based practices can be translated into the basis for effective policy. Learners will explore how this cycle is iterated at a global scale, especially in times of global health crises or disaster response. Throughout, we will share examples of how health professionals can engage with this process at multiple levels.
What topics will be covered
Professor Carol Baldwin
Carol M. Baldwin, Ph.D., RN, CHTP, CT, NCC, AHN-BC, FAAN is Professor Emeritus and Southwest Borderlands Scholar for the ASU Edson college of Nursing and Health Innovation. She has a diverse background in global health nursing, disaster preparedness, psychology, communication studies, family counseling, business management and complementary, alternative and holistic health practices, human health research, and JP-jet fuel effects on neuro-cognition in an animal model.
Professor Alexandria Drake
Alexandria Drake is a Global Health Ph.D. Candidate at Arizona State University. Her dissertation research focuses on highlighting the unmet need for medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder. Alexandria holds a Master of Public Health degree with a dual concentration in Health Promotion/Disease Prevention & Healthcare Policy/ Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Medical Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
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