|State University of New York|
|2-4 hours (per week)|
Having completed this course, learners will be able to:
- Describe and analyze the opportunities, challenges and limits of Global Health Diplomacy.
- Examine the diplomatic, financial, and geopolitical context that underlies global health decision-making.
- Explain the role of the many players in the space, including governments, philanthropists, and multilateral institutions .
The field of global health is often thought of purely in medical or public health terms, but there are important geopolitical and policy dimensions of global health that underlie programmatic responses to global health challenges. By completing this course, learners will be able to explain the specific institutions and initiatives that are fundamental to current global health diplomacy activities and functions, and how these influence global health outcomes. Learners will further be able to summarize real-world examples where global health diplomacy either helped or limited global health outcomes, and explain the reasons for those outcomes.