Registration is open now through May 31 to enroll in the upcoming Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) Summer Institute course, Knowledge Management for Effective Global Health Programs. This acclaimed course, taught by Knowledge SUCCESS Project Director Tara Sullivan and Deputy Project Director Sara Mazursky, is designed for the global health context. It is offered through the JHSPH Department of Health, Behavior and Society, and can be taken for academic credit (3 credits) or as a non-credit course.
This course will take place from June 7–June 11, 2021, from 8:00am–12:50pm (Eastern Daylight time/GMT-4) each day. This year’s course will be taught virtually through Zoom.
Managing and maximizing knowledge and continuous learning in global health programs is a development imperative. Global health programs operate with scarce resources, high stakes, and urgent needs for coordination among partners and donors. Knowledge management (KM) provides solutions to these challenges.
Through a combination of lectures, case studies, presentations, and discussions, this course:
Students will also join a global network of alumni who share experiences and resources related to using the learned KM and OL practices in their work.
Register by May 31, 2021, for this and other Summer Institute courses.
If you have questions regarding how to register for this course or any other inquiries, please reach out to Emily Haynes at firstname.lastname@example.org.