A graduate-level certificate course offered through the Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine/ Department of Military and Emergency Medicine of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. This course is designed to develop an understanding of the civil and military considerations at the nexus of global health and security and enhance competency to develop whole of government strategies and programs to strengthen health systems and counter transnational health threats. This course consists of a 20-hour pre-course reading and short exercise phase and an 80-hour (10 working days) in-residence phase. Up to 100 hours of Continuing Medical Education credit will be awarded as will a Certificate in Global Health Strategies for Security. This course has been approved as exempt from the November 6, 2013 guidance, “Implementation of Updated Conference Oversight Requirements.”
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