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INMED Graduate Certificate programs are designed for healthcare professionals and students to increase the knowledge needed to effectively serve on behalf of vulnerable people. Sample the INMED learning experience with this 15-minute Free Demo Short Self-Paced Course

Promoting health in a low resource and/or cross-cultural setting presents special challenges, and requires particular skills. These Graduate Certificates enhance expertise in diseases of poverty, maternal-newborn health, international public health, cross-cultural skills, disaster management, low-resource health leadership, and healthcare education.  Recipients of an INMED Graduate Certificate will be prepared to proceed into a supervised service-learning experience where such knowledge can be safely developed and successfully applied. Academic credit earned is 10 credit hours.

INMED currently offers the following three Graduate Certificate programs:

Graduate Certificate in International Medicine and Public Health
Admission Requirements

This Graduate Certificate is open to healthcare professionals and healthcare profession students in the fields that routinely diagnose and treat disease, including physicians, dentists, physician assistants, pharmacists, resident physicians, and learners of these health professions.

Computing Requirements

The following are the minimum computing requirements for participating in this course. Students must have ready access to and be functionally proficient with:

  • A personal computer with an up-to-date operating system and ample memory for downloads
  • A web browser, preferably the most up-to-date version of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari
  • Applications capable of opening Microsoft Word documents and of viewing PDFs
  • An Internet connection, preferably high speed
  • Capability of viewing YouTube and Vimeo videos
Competency Objectives

At the completion of the INMED Graduate Certificate in International Medicine and Public Health, learners will be able to demonstrate using case-studies and simulation:

  • Management and prevention of the leading diseases of poverty
  • Care for the health of pregnant women and newborns
  • Skill in community-wide health promotion and death/disability prevention
  • Culturally appropriate healthcare
  • Proficiency in disaster mitigation and response
  • Design and implementation of team-lead healthcare interventions
  • Transfer of healthcare skills to other personnel
Timetable

This Graduate Certificate includes 8 weeks of structured learning with assignments due each Sunday night. Each week includes a required virtual class with the faculty for discussions, simulations, case studies and final exams. This weekly required virtual class may last up to 120 minutes.

Syllabus

Building upon the lessons below, learners will also critique assigned articles, participate in discussion boards, complete assigned application exercises, and participate in weekly virtual classrooms. All weekly assignments are due by Sunday at midnight.

WEEK ONE: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART ONE

Lesson One: Introduction To Diseases Of Poverty
Lesson Two: Malnutrition
Lesson Three: Enteric Infections
Lesson Four: Viral Diseases
Lesson Five: HIV Infection
Lesson Six: Malaria
Lesson Seven: Syndrome Management

WEEK TWO: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART TWO

Lesson Eight: Tuberculosis
Lesson Nine: Bacterial Infections
Lesson Ten: Protozoal Diseases
Lesson Eleven: Intestinal Helminth Infections
Lesson Twelve: Tissue Helminth Infections
Lesson Thirteen: Chronic Non-Infectious Diseases

WEEK THREE: MATERNAL-NEWBORN HEALTH

Lesson One: Surviving Motherhood
Lesson Two: Pre And Post Natal Care
Lesson Three: Pregnancy Complications
Lesson Four: Pressing Women’s Disability Issues
Lesson Five: Newborn Care Overview
Lesson Six: Healthy Newborn
Lesson Seven: Newborn Problems And Management
Lesson Eight: Maternal Newborn Future Vision

WEEK FOUR: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH

Lesson One: Introduction To International Public Health
Lesson Two: Health And Social Context
Lesson Three: Strategy For Health
Lesson Four: Effective Health Promotion
Lesson Five: Effective Disease And Injury Intervention

WEEK FIVE: CROSS-CULTURAL SKILLS, AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Lesson One: Introduction to Disaster Management
Lesson Two: Overview of Disaster Management
Lesson Three: Disaster Mitigation
Lesson Four: Disaster Preparedness
Lesson Five: Disaster Response
Lesson Six: Disaster Recovery
and
Lesson One: Relevance Of Cultures
Lesson Two: Basic Cross-Cultural Skills
Lesson Three: Healthcare Cross-cultural Skills
Lesson Four: International Cross-cultural Skills

WEEK SIX: HEALTH LEADERSHIP

Lesson One: Introduction To International Health Leadership
Lesson Two: Strategy For Health
Lesson Three: Major International Health Initiatives
Lesson Four: Constructing A Health System
Lesson Five: Leading A Health System

WEEK SEVEN: HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

Lesson One: Skill Transfer and Empowerment
Lesson Two: Effective Learning
Lesson Three: Effective Teaching
Lesson Four: Feedback and Evaluation
Lesson Five: Instructional Design

WEEK EIGHT: COMPREHENSIVE FINAL EXAM

A detailed syllabus will be sent to each participant prior to the start of the course.

*Virtual-Classroom Session schedule is subject to change

Cost

Tuition for the Graduate Certificate in International Medicine and Public Health is $2,950 for Master’s degree credit. Tuition for non-Master’s degree learners is $1,475. Non-Master’s degree learners should register using coupon code NMGC50.

COST COMPARISONS

For course tuition comparison, please refer to the prices of similar courses offered by other institutions: West Virginia University Tropical Medicine Course ($5,700), University of Minnesota Global Health Course ($7,250), Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ($6,780).

REFERENCE TEXT

Note: This book is recommended, but not required.

Handbook of Medicine in Developing Countries
Author: Dennis Palmer, DO, and Catherine E. Wolf, MD
Publisher: Christian Medical & Dental Assocations
507 pages, spiral bound

COUPONS

Use of any discount coupon code must be applied at the time of initial purchase/registration, and partial refunds cannot be issued once a payment is processed. Discount coupon codes are regularly shared in INMED’s monthly News & Events message. Subscribe to News & Events.

REFUNDS

Course Refund Policy

  • 100% refund: 1st day – 3rd day*
  • 75% refund: 4th day to the day before the course starts
  • 50% refund: 1st week of course
  • 30% refund: 2nd week of course
  • 20% refund: 3rd week of course
  • 10% refund: 4th week of course
  • No refund: following 4th week of course

* Day one = date enrollment agreement is signed or date on course registration receipt. “Day” refers to a business day and excludes weekends and holidays.

INMED reserves the right to cancel individual sessions or the entire course. In the event of a course cancellation, a full tuition refund will be made.

PUNCTUALITY & COURSE DISMISSAL

Punctuality: This is a professional level course. All assignments are expected to be submitted on time. Any learner who becomes more than two weeks behind in submitting any assignment is subject to dismissal from the course.

REFRESHER DISCOUNT

INMED’s courses are regularly revised with the most up-to-date, evidence-based information. For graduates of this course, we offer a 50% “Refresher Discount” for those alumni who wish to take the course again. In order to register at the 50% discounted rate, please contact [email protected] for instructions. We will verify your previous participation dates and passing grade.

Continuing Education
Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for the INMED Graduate Certificate Course in International Medicine and Public Health is attained through satisfactory completion of the course requirements. Note: CME is not applicable to students or resident physicians. Cost There is no additional charge for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit. Accreditation Statement Physicians Institute for International Medicine is accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Institute for International Medicine designates this other activity (live course and enduring material) for a maximum of 76 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Accreditation Launch Date: February 1, 2024 Accreditation Termination Date: February 1, 2027 Other Healthcare Professionals A certificate of completion indicating the number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ will be issued for completing this course. Certificates may be submitted to applicable state boards for recognition. Disclosures No persons in control of the content of this course have relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.
Nicholas Comninellis MD MPH DIMPH No relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Scott Armistead MD DIMPH No relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Fred Loper MD No relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Timothy Myrick MD DTMH No relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Leda Rivera No relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Evaluation & Certification

Educational Methods
Learners will achieve the course competency objectives through the following educational components:

  • Interactive online presentations by expert professionals
  • Case studies providing analysis
  • Projects for exploring personal application
  • Skill stations to develop technical facility

Evaluation Methods & Requirements for Successful Completion
Requirements for successful course completion are:

  • Participation in all weekly virtual classes
  • Achievement of ≥80% on the Final Exam
    Cumulative course score
  • ≥80%
    Complete course evaluation and credit claims forms at the course conclusion.

Certification

Learners who successfully complete the course of study and who pass the final examinations will receive the INMED Graduate Certificate in International Medicine & Public Health. Academic credit earned is 10 credit hours. Verification of the educational experience will be provided to any learner’s affiliated institution. Those who do not pass the final examinations will receive a certificate of attendance.

Course Faculty

Nicholas Comninellis MD, MPH, DIMPH
Scott Armistead, MD, DIMPH

Graduate Diploma Option

INMED highly recommends that the Graduate Certificate in International Medicine and Public Health be complemented with a supervised Service-Learning experience, available throughout both the INMED Graduate Diploma in International Medicine & Public Health (DIMPH) and the Master’s Degree in International Health (MIH).

Graduate Certificate in International Nursing and Public Health
Admission Requirements

This Graduate Certificate is specially customized for nurses, including advanced practice nurses, Master’s degree level, and students of advanced practice nursing. Undergraduate nursing students will also benefit and may take this course for non-master’s degree credit.

Computing Requirements

The following are the minimum computing requirements for participating in this course. Students must have ready access to and be functionally proficient with:

  • A personal computer with an up-to-date operating system and ample memory for downloads
  • A web browser, preferably the most up-to-date version of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari
  • Applications capable of opening Microsoft Word documents and of viewing PDFs
  • An Internet connection, preferably high speed
  • Capability of viewing YouTube and Vimeo videos
Competency Objectives

At the completion of the Graduate Certificate in International Nursing and Public Health learners will be able to demonstrate using case-studies and simulation:

  • Management and prevention of the leading diseases of poverty
  • Care for the health of pregnant women and newborns
  • Skill in community-wide health promotion and death/disability prevention
  • Culturally appropriate healthcare
  • Proficiency in disaster mitigation and response
  • Design and implementation of team-lead healthcare interventions
  • Transfer of healthcare skills to other personnel
Timetable

This Graduate Certificate includes 8 weeks of structured learning with assignments due each Sunday night. Each week includes a required virtual class with the faculty for discussions, simulations, case studies and final exams. This weekly required virtual class may last up to 120 minutes.

Syllabus

Building upon the lessons below, learners will also critique assigned articles, participate in discussion boards, complete assigned application exercises, and participate in weekly virtual classrooms. All weekly assignments are due by Sunday at midnight.

WEEK ONE: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART ONE

Lesson One: Introduction To Diseases Of Poverty
Lesson Two: Malnutrition
Lesson Three: Enteric Infections
Lesson Four: Viral Diseases
Lesson Five: HIV Infection
Lesson Six: Malaria
Lesson Seven: Syndrome Management

WEEK TWO: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART TWO

Lesson Eight: Tuberculosis
Lesson Nine: Bacterial Infections
Lesson Ten: Protozoal Diseases
Lesson Eleven: Intestinal Helminth Infections
Lesson Twelve: Tissue Helminth Infections
Lesson Thirteen: Chronic Non-Infectious Diseases

WEEK THREE: MATERNAL-NEWBORN HEALTH

Lesson One: Surviving Motherhood
Lesson Two: Pre And Post Natal Care
Lesson Three: Pregnancy Complications
Lesson Four: Pressing Women’s Disability Issues
Lesson Five: Newborn Care Overview
Lesson Six: Healthy Newborn
Lesson Seven: Newborn Problems And Management
Lesson Eight: Maternal Newborn Future Vision

WEEK FOUR: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH

Lesson One: Introduction To International Public Health
Lesson Two: Health And Social Context
Lesson Three: Strategy For Health
Lesson Four: Effective Health Promotion
Lesson Five: Effective Disease And Injury Intervention

WEEK FIVE: CROSS-CULTURAL SKILLS, AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Lesson One: Introduction to Disaster Management
Lesson Two: Overview of Disaster Management
Lesson Three: Disaster Mitigation
Lesson Four: Disaster Preparedness
Lesson Five: Disaster Response
Lesson Six: Disaster Recovery
and
Lesson One: Relevance Of Cultures
Lesson Two: Basic Cross-Cultural Skills
Lesson Three: Healthcare Cross-cultural Skills
Lesson Four: International Cross-cultural Skills

WEEK SIX: HEALTH LEADERSHIP

Lesson One: Introduction To International Health Leadership
Lesson Two: Strategy For Health
Lesson Three: Major International Health Initiatives
Lesson Four: Constructing A Health System
Lesson Five: Leading A Health System

WEEK SEVEN: HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

Lesson One: Skill Transfer and Empowerment
Lesson Two: Effective Learning
Lesson Three: Effective Teaching
Lesson Four: Feedback and Evaluation
Lesson Five: Instructional Design

WEEK EIGHT: COMPREHENSIVE FINAL EXAM

A detailed syllabus will be sent to each participant prior to the start of the course.

*Virtual-Classroom Session schedule is subject to change

Cost

Tuition for the Graduate Certificate in International Nursing and Public Health is $2,950 for Master’s degree credit. Tuition for non-Master’s degree learners is $1,475. Non-Master’s degree learners should register using coupon code NMGC50

COST COMPARISONS

For course tuition comparison, please refer to the prices of similar courses offered by other institutions: West Virginia University Tropical Medicine Course ($5,700), University of Minnesota Global Health Course ($7,250), Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ($6,780).

REFERENCE TEXT

Note: This book is recommended, but not required.

Handbook of Medicine in Developing Countries
Author: Dennis Palmer, DO, and Catherine E. Wolf, MD
Publisher: Christian Medical & Dental Assocations
507 pages, spiral bound

COUPONS

Use of any discount coupon code must be applied at the time of initial purchase/registration, and partial refunds cannot be issued once a payment is processed. Discount coupon codes are regularly shared in INMED’s monthly News & Events message. Subscribe to News & Events.

REFUNDS

Course Refund Policy

  • 100% refund: 1st day – 3rd day*
  • 75% refund: 4th day to the day before the course starts
  • 50% refund: 1st week of course
  • 30% refund: 2nd week of course
  • 20% refund: 3rd week of course
  • 10% refund: 4th week of course
  • No refund: following 4th week of course

* Day one = date enrollment agreement is signed or date on course registration receipt. “Day” refers to a business day and excludes weekends and holidays.

INMED reserves the right to cancel individual sessions or the entire course. In the event of a course cancellation, a full tuition refund will be made.

PUNCTUALITY & COURSE DISMISSAL

Punctuality: This is a professional level course. All assignments are expected to be submitted on time. Any learner who becomes more than two weeks behind in submitting any assignment is subject to dismissal from the course.

REFRESHER DISCOUNT

INMED’s courses are regularly revised with the most up-to-date, evidence-based information. For graduates of this course, we offer a 50% “Refresher Discount” for those alumni who wish to take the course again. In order to register at the 50% discounted rate, please contact [email protected] for instructions. We will verify your previous participation dates and passing grade.

Continuing Education

This course is not currently accredited for continuing education for nurses.

A certificate of completion indicating the number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ will be issued for completing this course.

Certificates may be submitted to applicable state boards for recognition.

Evaluation & Certification

Educational Methods
Learners will achieve the course competency objectives through the following educational components:

  • Interactive online presentations by expert professionals
  • Case studies providing analysis
  • Projects for exploring personal application
  • Skill stations to develop technical facility

Evaluation Methods & Requirements for Successful Completion
Requirements for successful course completion are:

  • Participation in all weekly virtual classes
  • Achievement of ≥80% on the Final Exam
    Cumulative course score
  • ≥80%
    Complete course evaluation and credit claims forms at the course conclusion.

Certification

Learners who successfully complete the course of study and who pass the final examinations will receive the INMED Graduate Certificate in International Nursing & Public Health. Academic credit earned is 10 credit hours. Verification of the educational experience will be provided to any learner’s affiliated institution. Those who do not pass the final examinations will receive a certificate of attendance.

Course Faculty

Nicholas Comninellis MD, MPH, DIMPH
Scott Armistead, MD, DIMPH
Micah Flint, MPA, RN, DINPH

Graduate Diploma Option

INMED highly recommends that the Graduate Certificate in International Nursing and Public Health be complemented with a supervised Service-Learning experience, available throughout both the INMED Graduate Diploma in International Nursing & Public Health (DINPH) and the Master’s Degree in International Health (MIH).

Graduate Certificate in International Public Health
Admission Requirements

Admission is open to all healthcare professionals and healthcare profession students. This Graduate Certificate is especially relevant for public health personnel, healthcare administrators, and students who are preparing for careers in healthcare, anthropology, and international relations and development. Undergraduate students will also benefit and may take this course for non-master’s degree credit.

Computing Requirements

The following are the minimum computing requirements for participating in this course. Students must have ready access to and be functionally proficient with:

  • A personal computer with an up-to-date operating system and ample memory for downloads
  • A web browser, preferably the most up-to-date version of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari
  • Applications capable of opening Microsoft Word documents and of viewing PDFs
  • An Internet connection, preferably high speed
  • Capability of viewing YouTube and Vimeo videos
Competency Objectives

At the completion of the Graduate Certificate in International Public Health learners will be able to demonstrate using case-studies and simulation:

  • Management and prevention of the leading diseases of poverty
  • Care for the health of pregnant women and newborns
  • Skill in community-wide health promotion and death/disability prevention
  • Culturally appropriate healthcare
  • Proficiency in disaster mitigation and response
  • Design and implementation of team-lead healthcare interventions
  • Transfer of healthcare skills to other personnel
Timetable

This Graduate Certificate includes 8 weeks of structured learning with assignments due each Sunday night. Each week includes a required virtual class with the faculty for discussions, simulations, case studies and final exams. This weekly required virtual class may last up to 120 minutes.

Syllabus

Building upon the lessons below, learners will also critique assigned articles, participate in discussion boards, complete assigned application exercises, and participate in weekly virtual classrooms. All weekly assignments are due by Sunday at midnight.

WEEK ONE: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART ONE

Lesson One: Introduction To Diseases Of Poverty
Lesson Two: Malnutrition
Lesson Three: Enteric Infections
Lesson Four: Viral Diseases
Lesson Five: HIV Infection
Lesson Six: Malaria
Lesson Seven: Syndrome Management

WEEK TWO: DISEASES OF POVERTY, PART TWO

Lesson Eight: Tuberculosis
Lesson Nine: Bacterial Infections
Lesson Ten: Protozoal Diseases
Lesson Eleven: Intestinal Helminth Infections
Lesson Twelve: Tissue Helminth Infections
Lesson Thirteen: Chronic Non-Infectious Diseases

WEEK THREE: MATERNAL-NEWBORN HEALTH

Lesson One: Surviving Motherhood
Lesson Two: Pre And Post Natal Care
Lesson Three: Pregnancy Complications
Lesson Four: Pressing Women’s Disability Issues
Lesson Five: Newborn Care Overview
Lesson Six: Healthy Newborn
Lesson Seven: Newborn Problems And Management
Lesson Eight: Maternal Newborn Future Vision

WEEK FOUR: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH

Lesson One: Introduction To International Public Health
Lesson Two: Health And Social Context
Lesson Three: Strategy For Health
Lesson Four: Effective Health Promotion
Lesson Five: Effective Disease And Injury Intervention

WEEK FIVE: CROSS-CULTURAL SKILLS, AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Lesson One: Introduction to Disaster Management
Lesson Two: Overview of Disaster Management
Lesson Three: Disaster Mitigation
Lesson Four: Disaster Preparedness
Lesson Five: Disaster Response
Lesson Six: Disaster Recovery
and
Lesson One: Relevance Of Cultures
Lesson Two: Basic Cross-Cultural Skills
Lesson Three: Healthcare Cross-cultural Skills
Lesson Four: International Cross-cultural Skills

WEEK SIX: HEALTH LEADERSHIP

Lesson One: Introduction To International Health Leadership
Lesson Two: Strategy For Health
Lesson Three: Major International Health Initiatives
Lesson Four: Constructing A Health System
Lesson Five: Leading A Health System

WEEK SEVEN: HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

Lesson One: Skill Transfer and Empowerment
Lesson Two: Effective Learning
Lesson Three: Effective Teaching
Lesson Four: Feedback and Evaluation
Lesson Five: Instructional Design

WEEK EIGHT: COMPREHENSIVE FINAL EXAM

A detailed syllabus will be sent to each participant prior to the start of the course.

*Virtual-Classroom Session schedule is subject to change

Cost

Tuition for the Graduate Certificate in International Public Health is $2,950 for Master’s degree credit. Tuition for non-Master’s degree learners is $1,475. Non-Master’s degree learners should register using coupon code NMGC50.

COST COMPARISONS

For course tuition comparison, please refer to the prices of similar courses offered by other institutions: West Virginia University Tropical Medicine Course ($5,700), University of Minnesota Global Health Course ($7,250), Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine ($6,780).

REFERENCE TEXT

Note: This book is recommended, but not required.

Handbook of Medicine in Developing Countries
Author: Dennis Palmer, DO, and Catherine E. Wolf, MD
Publisher: Christian Medical & Dental Assocations
507 pages, spiral bound

COUPONS

Use of any discount coupon code must be applied at the time of initial purchase/registration, and partial refunds cannot be issued once a payment is processed. Discount coupon codes are regularly shared in INMED’s monthly News & Events message. Subscribe to News & Events.

REFUNDS

Course Refund Policy

  • 100% refund: 1st day – 3rd day*
  • 75% refund: 4th day to the day before the course starts
  • 50% refund: 1st week of course
  • 30% refund: 2nd week of course
  • 20% refund: 3rd week of course
  • 10% refund: 4th week of course
  • No refund: following 4th week of course

* Day one = date enrollment agreement is signed or date on course registration receipt. “Day” refers to a business day and excludes weekends and holidays.

INMED reserves the right to cancel individual sessions or the entire course. In the event of a course cancellation, a full tuition refund will be made.

PUNCTUALITY & COURSE DISMISSAL

Punctuality: This is a professional level course. All assignments are expected to be submitted on time. Any learner who becomes more than two weeks behind in submitting any assignment is subject to dismissal from the course.

REFRESHER DISCOUNT

INMED’s courses are regularly revised with the most up-to-date, evidence-based information. For graduates of this course, we offer a 50% “Refresher Discount” for those alumni who wish to take the course again. In order to register at the 50% discounted rate, please contact [email protected] for instructions. We will verify your previous participation dates and passing grade.

Continuing Education

Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for the INMED Graduate Certificate Course in International Public Health is attained through satisfactory completion of the course requirements. Note: CME is not applicable to students or resident physicians.

Cost
There is no additional charge for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.

Accreditation Statement
Physicians

Institute for International Medicine is accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Institute for International Medicine designates this other activity (live course and enduring material) for a maximum of 76 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Accreditation Launch Date: February 1, 2024
Accreditation Termination Date: February 1, 2027

Other Healthcare Professionals
A certificate of completion indicating the number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ will be issued for completing this course. Certificates may be submitted to applicable state boards for recognition.

Disclosures
No persons in control of the content of this course have relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.

Nicholas Comninellis MD MPH DIMPHNo relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Scott Armistead MD DIMPHNo relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Fred Loper MDNo relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Timothy Myrick MD DTMHNo relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Leda RiveraNo relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose
Evaluation & Certification

Educational Methods
Learners will achieve the course competency objectives through the following educational components:

  • Interactive online presentations by expert professionals
  • Case studies providing analysis
  • Projects for exploring personal application
  • Skill stations to develop technical facility

Evaluation Methods & Requirements for Successful Completion
Requirements for successful course completion are:

  • Participation in all weekly virtual classes
  • Achievement of ≥80% on the Final Exam
    Cumulative course score
  • ≥80%
    Complete course evaluation and credit claims forms at the course conclusion.

Certification

Learners who successfully complete the course of study and who pass the final examinations will receive the INMED Graduate Certificate in International Public Health. Academic credit earned is 10 credit hours. Verification of the educational experience will be provided to any learner’s affiliated institution. Those who do not pass the final examinations will receive a certificate of attendance.

Course Faculty

Nicholas Comninellis MD, MPH, DIMPH
Scott Armistead, MD, DIMPH

Graduate Diploma Option

INMED highly recommends that the Graduate Certificate in International Public Health be complemented with a supervised Service-Learning experience, available throughout both the INMED Graduate Diploma in International Public Health (DINPH) and the Master’s Degree in International Health (MIH).

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