Course 3: Public Health and Non-communicable Disease in Developing Countries
This course prepares physicians and other health care providers to provide care for immigrants, refugees and other mobile populations in several sub-specialties, including cardiology, hematology, oncology and surgery.
Estimated Time To Complete
Allow 36 hours, including additional time for bonus materials.
This course enables you to:
- Describe the role of international organizations in public health.
- State key principles and practices in international public health and epidemiology.
- Recognize the epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of non-infectious illness such as hematology, oncology, trauma, cardiology and other specialties in low-resource settings.
This course is composed of seven sections:
- Public Health
- Environmental Health
- Heart and Kidney Disease
- Hematology and Oncology
- Other Medical Specialties
Regular Rate: $795/course
For physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other health care providers
Discount Rate: $400/course
For medical trainees, including medical students, residents and fellows outside the U of M Global Medicine Pathway; retirees; active U.S. military personnel; health professionals from developing countries as defined by WHO; and University of Minnesota Global Medicine Pathway faculty
Complete Package: on or before April 30, 2019: $7,250
Complete Package: on or after May 1, 2019: $7,550
Includes up to 4 weeks of the annual In-Person Global Health Course, Complete Online Global Health Curriculum, and the U of M ASTMH CTropMed® Online Exam Review
University of Minnesota Faculty Rate: $596/course
CDC Employee Rate: Preapproved, full-time CDC employees are eligible for a discounted rate; contact the course director at email@example.com for information.
Institutions and Organizations Pricing: Volume discounts and customization options are available for your trainees. Learn more about pricing for institutions and organizations.