Created by:  Emory University

  • Dabney P. Evans, PhD, MPH

    Taught by:  Dabney P. Evans, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor

    Hubert Department of Global Health. Rollins School of Public Health. Director, Center for Humanitarian Emergencies.

  • Cyrus Shahpar

    Taught by:  Cyrus Shahpar, Assistant Professor, Adjunct Assistant Professor

    Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine & Hubert Department of Global Health, Rollins School of Public Health
LevelIntermediate
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 23 ratings

Excellent course, thank you all

Amazing course, gives a good simplified background on what happens during humanitarian crises

Interesting lectures for those who want to know more about the subject. There were few meaningful discussions or interactions with the faculty, however. But it's good enough as a refresher if you've taken courses in public health in general, infectious diseases, and public health in developing nations.

Es un curso ameno, interesante y frofundo. No tiene ni un minuto de desperdicio, se aprovecha en su totalidad. Jerarquiza los sapectos importates y logra interesar al alumno. Muchas gracais por la posibilidad de aprender de una forma accesible a quienes estamos en regiones del mundo con poco acceso a educación Institucional en le área de emergencias humanitarias.