Global & Urban Health & Equity Program
GLUE is the curriculum of the Wayne State University Global Health Alliance (WSUGHA) of which the Global Health Section of Emergency which is temporarily hosting the current site. WSUGHA is a multidisciplinary consortium of Wayne State University faculty whose mission is to unify the various global health silos to drive transformative solutions to better impact local and international health outcomes.
|Year 1||Topic||Year 2||Topic|
|August||Intro to Global Health/Social-cultural and Political Awareness||August||Intro to Global Health/Social-cultural and Political Awareness|
|September||Global Burden of Disease/Infectious Disease||September||Globalization of Health and Healthcare|
|October||Social and Environmental Determinants of Health||October||Collaboration, Partnering, and Communication|
|November||Travel Safety and Skills||November||Travel Safety and Skills|
|December||Ethical Reasoning||December||Health Equity and Social Justice|
|January||Journal Club and Infectious Disease||January||Journal Club and Non-communicable Disease|
|February||Capacity Strengthening||February||Professional Practice|
|March||Special Populations||March||Infectious Disease|
|April||Program Management||April||Strategic Analysis|
|May||Disaster and Humanitarian Emergencies||May||Global/Local Detroit|
Capstone: To obtain a GLUE Scholar Certificate of Completion, scholars will also be expected to participate in a Global or Local capstone project. This will be designed withing a mentorship framework, span a minimum of six-month preparation, and result in a scholarly project or publication. Examples include work in Detroit, Laos, India, Guatemala, Panama, Haiti and Nicaragua.