As part of the Certificate Program in Women’s Global Health, we are pleased to announce the fall 2013 courses Global Women’s Health Movements and Impacts of Economic Inequality on Women’s Health, co-sponsored by National Nurses United and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Global Women’s Health Movements and Impacts of Economic Inequality on Women’s Health will be offered as on-line courses during the fall semester of 2013.
Global Women’s Health Movements (Course # 01:988:407) examines how global political and economic institutions and policies impact health globally. The course investigates how women’s non-governmental organizations are transforming existing institutions and policies of global health governance such that people everywhere can lead healthier and more dignified lives.
Impacts of Economic Inequality on Women’s Health (Course # 01:988:408) investigates how domestic and global economic inequality place significant numbers of people at high risk for health crises even as they are denied access to care. This course investigates the “pathogenic” aspects of gender and economic inequality; how systems of unequal resource distribution contribute to wide disparities of health risk, access to healthcare, and clinical outcomes; and how global trade and transnational migration affect costs, healthcare delivery systems, and the availability of healthcare professionals.
For tuition rates, to register for a course, or for questions about the certificate program in general, please contact the Certificate Program Administrative Coordinator, Janelle Fine, at WGHL@nationalnursesunited.org no later than Thursday, August 15th.
Scholarships are available for RN Response Network members.
• To apply for a scholarship for the course Global Women’s Health Movements please submit a short essay (500 words) detailing any international or disaster relief work in which you have partaken, and how this work has informed your RN patient advocacy.
• To apply for a scholarship for the course Impacts of Economic Inequality on Women’s Health, please submit a short essay (500 words) discussing how you see economic inequality impacting the ability of your patients to obtain the healthcare they need.
• If you would like to apply for a scholarship, and are not already a member of RN Response Network, click here learn more about RNRN or to join now.
All interested scholarship applicants should submit their essay via email to email@example.com with the subject line “Women’s Global Health Leadership Scholarship Essay” no later than Thursday, August 15th at 11:59 p.m.
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