Health Systems Summer Institute
• Measure the burden of disease.
• Monitor and evaluate health programs.
• Use systems science approaches in health systems.
2020 Health Systems Summer Institute (June 8 – 20) Canceled
Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Health Systems Summer Institute has been canceled. Course #221.656.11 will be offered through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 2021 Winter Institute session on January 11-15, 2021. All courses are expected to be offered again during the 2021 Summer Institute session. Please contact Melissa Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about a particular course.
The Health Systems Summer Institute provides early- and mid-career public health professionals with cutting-edge skills in a variety of global health topics. The Institute is also a great opportunity for part-time MPH and other Hopkins students and fellows to learn a valuable set of skills in an in-demand and rapidly growing field of public health.
- measure the burden of disease
- monitor and evaluate health programs
- use systems science approaches in health systems
This Institute is ideal for those interested in global health. Participants will develop the skills necessary to assess and improve a wide range of public health systems. Course work focuses on low- and middle-income countries, but the skills are universal.
Courses are taught by leading faculty from the Bloomberg School who have extensive experience working with ministries of health, international agencies such as the World Health Organization, and local governments in countries across the world.
Courses are available in lengths ranging from one-day to two-weeks. For more information, please contact Melissa Reed, Institute Communications and Program Coordinator.