We welcome applications from medical students whether from the University of Bristol or elsewhere, to join our innovative one year intercalated BSc course in Global Health. This highly successful programme is run by the Centre in conjunction with the School for Policy Studies. Dr Matthew Ellis, Course Director, heads a team of experts in all aspects of global health.
The course consists of six taught units and a project leading to a dissertation. The units include Global Burden of Disease, Health Policy in an international context, In equalities in Health, Anthropology and Global Health, Conflict, Migration and Human Rights and Child Health. Our programme overview (PDF, 300kB) goes into the course structure in more detail.
If you decide to join us, you will be studying with lecturers who use a variety of teaching and learning methods, including active participation and team based learning, which reflects work in multi-disciplinary global health settings. You will also write a dissertation on a project of your own choice.
Our case study series is designed to introduce our Global Health students to some of the key challenges healthcare workers face in developing countries. The students work through the introductory tutorial together before splitting into three groups to study one of the three role-based case studies.
Select one of the following roles to start a tutorial:
Further information detailed in the Global Health Handbook 2015-2016 (Office document, 131kB) or contact course administrator Pauline.Lowrey@bris.ac.uk.