Global Health Effectiveness

Started in 2009, the Global Health Effectiveness program at Harvard brings together professionals from many countries around the world to participate in a course in epidemiology, a seminar in global health management, and a case-based course on principles of global health delivery. The program teaches health professionals the major concepts and skills essential for delivering value-based health care in their respective positions. Working with the Global Health Delivery Project and GHDOnline, this three and a half week program is designed to train these professionals to improve health care programs and services in resource-limited settings.