I know there are still a few weeks before labor day, but already I have started to get myself organized for another semester of teaching at NYU-Wagner. This fall I will once again be teaching “Introduction to Global Health Policy”, an NYU-Wagner course for students in the Health Policy & Management MPA or any student with interests in the topic from other programs at Wagner or across NYU.
I will also be teaching “Introduction to Global Health Policy and Management” which is a required course for the students enrolled in the Global Health Leadership MPH program at NYU.
As a relatively new instructor, I am always looking for ways to improve upon the course from the previous year to make the classes most useful to students. That is why I was *thrilled* to find out that the Global Health Delivery Harvard Business School case studies that I have been hearing about for the past little while are finally launched and ready to go. In total they have put together 21 global health themed courses to help with the teaching of important global health issues, ranging from manufacturing of textiles for malaria control to dealing with the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake.
The best part of all of this? The cases are free!
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