The Center for Global Health and Johns Hopkins University offer a variety of training courses in a number of subject areas related to global health.
Global Health Day
Global Health Day is an annual event held to allow students to present their overseas work to their fellow students and faculty. The day includes speakers, poster presentations, and awards ceremonies. The last Global Health Day was April 3, 2013. The next Global Health Day will be April 10, 2014.
Read about last year's event here >>
See images from the 2013 Global Health Photography Competition >>
Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium
This year's topic is A Chronic Challenge: Non-Communicable Diseases and the Media. With slow-moving progress on funding and a barrage of influential advertising, can strong media coverage help drive progress on NCDs? Join leading journalists, lawyers and public health experts for a critical discussion of this question on October 10, 2013. Learn more about this year's event.
Global Health Leaders Forum
The Global Health Leaders Forum is a speakers series where leaders in the field come to the Hopkins campus and speak about their experiences in global health. See the speakers who have participated in this popular series.
International Travel Orientation
Designed for students interested in applying for the Center for Global Health's GHEFP & GHFRA programs, this orientation introduces students to common issues associated with global health work in developing countries. This year, the orientation was held in Becton Dickinson Hall (Wolfe St. JHSPH building, Rm W1020) on February 01, 2013 from 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM.
All of the schools at Johns Hopkins University offer a wide variety of global health courses. See the list here >>
Calendar of Events
Links to online events calendars for Johns Hopkins University. See the list here >>