Public Health in Colombia 2020
This course explores Public Health in Colombia within the context of the country’s armed conflict and recent peace agreement.
Through a series of lectures, seminars by guest speakers, and site visits to medical, governmental, and educational organizations, students will explore the country’s Public Health provision, its challenges and successes, and the impact of the recent peace agreement on access to healthcare throughout the country.
The course is open to undergraduate and masters students from a Public Health, Medicine, Psychology, or related Social Science background, and to students interested in pursuing careers in international development and healthcare governance.
The course will be taught in English, and run from Monday 8 June until Friday 26 June 2020. To find out more, or to register for an application, please contact us.