The Harvard Chan School offers several non-degree programs to interested participants. The links below will direct you to specific information regarding each program. For application and registration information, please see our menu options on the left.
|The Global Health Delivery Intensive (GHDI) program attracts a diverse, international cadre of mid-career global health professionals who seek training in global health delivery concepts and skills. Students take a curriculum of epidemiology, management science and global health delivery case studies, enabling them to effectively design and manage programs that improve health care delivery and outcomes in low-resource settings.
Abby Campbell, Program Coordinator 617-521-3313 firstname.lastname@example.org
|The Program in Clinical Effectiveness (PCE) is designed for physician-clinicians, fellows and faculty, who are seeking quantitative and analytic skills needed for clinical research or are interested in health care administration. The PCE is an intensive seven-week, 15-credit summer program, which contains summer-long courses in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics as well as two half-summer elective courses.This program also serves as the foundation for the MPH degree in Clinical Effectiveness and the Summer only SM in Epidemiology.
Julia Curletti, Program Coordinator 617-525-3199 ProgClinEffect@partners.org
|This program introduces students to the core areas of public health in two intensive summer sessions. Courses in the programs help students develop the ability to define, assess, and evaluate the health needs of populations, to participate in the development of health policy and to ensure the delivery of health services.
Stephanie Greguoli, Program Administrator 617-432-1558 SUMMERPROGRAMS@hsph.harvard.edu