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Global Healthcare Delivery CME course in Boston on June 4-5, 2016

By Jennifer Goldsmith | 02 Mar, 2016

The Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Global Health Equity is offering for the first time a CME course in Global Healthcare Delivery on June 4-5, 2016. We are extremely enthusiastic about the content of the course which will bring together expert Global Health faculty from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Content will be taught by Paul Farmer, MD, PhD, Joe Rhatigan, MD, Joia Mukherjee, MD, MPH, Daniel Palazuelos, MD, MPH and Michelle Morse, MD, MPH.
 
The program is designed to give practicing clinicians an introduction to best practices in the provision of health services in low resource settings globally. The course will discuss the biosocial determinants of health and disease and explore how programs to deliver healthcare in low-resource settings address these factors to improve the health of the communities they serve.
 
Topics covered in the program will include: the global burden of disease, HIV prevention and treatment, global tuberculosis control, non-communicable disease prevention and treatment, the role of community health workers in health service delivery, global health policy and human resource capacity building. The course will be taught through lectures and interactive case discussions that seek to provide participants with a rich understanding of the complexities of health care delivery in low-resource settings
 
For more information contact
and to register follow the link:
https://www.hmscmeregistration.org/734697-1602

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Joseph NIYITEGEKA Replied at 1:04 PM, 2 Mar 2016

That course is great,

I would like to know if people from different countries can attend.

Steve Kyota Replied at 1:55 PM, 2 Mar 2016

wonderful course !
Can we attend?

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