Global Health Alliance
The Wayne State University Global Health Alliance (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 with in a mentorship framework, span a minimum of six-month preparation, and result in a scholarly project or publication.