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    Keeping the Classroom Alive with Global Health ‘Cases’ and Role Playing

    Posted by Cassie Peterson on Feb 11, 2013 10:19:59 AM

    Richard Skolnik – Author of Global Health 101

    One aim of teaching global health is to help students master the basic concepts and frameworks that concern our field. These include, for example, the burden of disease, tools for comparing alternative investments, cultural issues related to health, and ethical issues related to the allocation of scarce health resources. As I mentioned in several earlier blogs, we try in my introductory global health courses to enhance student understanding of key concepts by examining ‘cases’ and role playing.

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    Topics: AIDS, Global health, Richard Skolnik, World Bank, Yale School of Public Health, Global Health 101, Global health, Richard Skolnik Blog

    Guest Teachers from Afar– Teaching Global Health

    Posted by Cassie Peterson on Aug 27, 2012 11:27:10 AM

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    Topics: Global health, Richard Skolnik, teaching Global Health, Yale School of Public Health, Global health, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Richard Skolnik Blog, USAIS

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