Globalization contributes to major shifts in global health patterns and how they are perceived and addressed. Global health has become a discipline in itself. It emphasizes not only public health, but also the broader connections to economic and political factors, and the connections between national and international aspects. This course maps and analyzes progress and challenges in meeting global health goals.
… We had the opportunity to spend two hours at UN City, and hear a presentation from two interns who work for the World Food Program as Nordic communication representatives. Not only was it a great experience to see such an amazing organization, but we all really appreciated that we saw it from interns’ (just a couple years older than us) perspectives.”
Kendra Sterneck, Elon University
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