Available courses for health workers in peace issues

Intercalated BSc International Health

Course level / degree:
Undergraduate (first three years of higher education or Bachelor-Level)
Related fields of medical peace work:
Human rights and International humanitarian lawCivil protection and human securityHealth diplomacy, communication and conflict resolutionSustainable development and poverty reductionSocial justice and equal access to medicines and health services
Target groups:
Medical Students
Country:
UK
Institution:
UCL
Main Topics:
The course covers a large variety of issues in international health. It focuses particularly on the economic, social, political and cultural processes that influence health and healthcare worldwide.
Aim:
to provide students with understanding and knowledge of international health, gain experience and develop their interests in the field, and raise awareness of the importance of training doctors with a global, multicultural perspective on health and health
Requirements:
completion of at least 2 years of medical degree
Open to external students or non members:
Yes
Elective or obligatory:
Elective
Fee:
Approx. ?3000 for UK and EU students (for exact fees, please contact CIHD)
Duration:
1 year - 20hours per week
Contact hours:
Credits:
120 ECTS
Teaching Methodologies:
Lectures, workshops, debates
Contact Details:
Queries should be directed to cihdu@ich.ucl.ac.uk
Language:
English
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