Master of Public Health in Forced Migration and Health

Columbia University / Mailman School of Public Health // The Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health
15.09.2012  New York, NY
Course Content
Protection of children in war and disaster, gender-based violence in complex emergencies, water and sanitation in complex emergencies, reproductive health for refugees and other war-affected populations, psychosocial and mental health issues in forced migration, food and nutrition in complex emergencies, epidemiological methods for measuring human rights abuses, communicable diseases in complex emergencies
Learning objectives, training objectives
Lead the field of humanitarian response in the 21st century, define the nature, impact, and determinants of health and social sector problems in complex emergencies (selection)

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Ms. Lynne Loomis-Price
Ms. Tashia Greene
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
On request
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