Introduction to Global Health and the Ecology of War

Course Description

The course provides an overview of the conceptual framework of the Ecology of War and its implications on global health research. The fellows will learn to manage and mitigate physical and digital security risks related to conducting research in conflict settings. In addition, fellows will be prompted to think through research strategies that require navigating legal and administrative landscapes in conflict settings. In this course, the fellows will be guided through the proposal writing process including ethical review, and will be expected to submit their research proposals for ethical review.

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  • Format: TBD
  • Language: English
  • Duration: 15 hours