India: Public Health, Policy Advocacy, and Community

SIT offers accredited, field-based study abroad programs in more than 30 countries worldwide.

India: Public Health, Policy Advocacy, and Community

Please visit our website for more information. This program studies the relationship between public health and community in a field-study context. You will analyze specific case studies that illuminate the problems, prospects, and potential methods of promoting health. Policy advocacy efforts for realization of the right to health on the national and international levels will also be examined, along with relevant public health schemes and programs in India.

Subjects

  • Health Sciences
  • Health Administration
  • Public Health
  • International Health
  • Independent Study
  • Human Rights Advocacy
  • Internship Programs

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