E-Learning Courses

The UW Department of Global Health has a growing number of online courses for UW students, as well as students and health care workers worldwide. New and upcoming courses will be listed here as they are announced.

G H 571
Available to enrolled UW students online and on campus in winter quarter, the course is an interdisciplinary case-based forum on the realities of providing healthcare in low-income settings.
Jan 01, 2014 to Mar 21, 2014

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Initially available only to senior laboratory leaders from the middle east region, this blended learning, multi-course nine-month certificate will be piloted beginning in September 2013.
Jan 05, 2014 to Sep 25, 2014

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Principles of STD/HIV Research offers an intensive overview of the skills needed to pursue a career in the field of STD and/or HIV research. The course is available online to groups of eligible students worldwide.

Sep 15, 2014 to Dec 05, 2014

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G H 545

An overview of the health problems of children in developing countries. The course provides an understanding of the causes and functional effects of the most prominent child health problems.

Sep 24, 2014 to Dec 05, 2014

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G H 514

Examines societal determinants of heath of nations around the globe to answer the question, "Why is there an increasing inequity in health outcomes today?". Topics include early life, population health biology, medical care, mental health, and the environment.

Sep 24, 2014 to Dec 05, 2014

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G H 573

Clinical Management of HIV provides in-depth training in the diagnosis and clinical management of HIV as practiced around the world. This course is available online to eligible clinicians worldwide.

Jan 05, 2015 to Mar 20, 2015

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Leadership & Management in Health focuses on the practical leadership and management skills that are required for working in complex local, regional, national, and global health environments. This course is available online to eligible individuals and groups worldwide.

Jan 12, 2015 to Mar 27, 2015

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