Summer Program on Global Health Law and Governance
June 18-22, 2012 at
O’Neill Institute’s inaugural Summer Program on Global Health Law and Governance will include practitioners, policymakers, advocates and leading academics in global health to learn the foundations of global health law and governance
To apply, please visit the following website: http://bit.ly/wDUfI0 .
Over a five-day period, the Summer Program will bring together practitioners, policymakers, advocates and leading academics in global health to learn the foundations of global health law and governance.
Participants will explore such cutting-edge issues as:
- International trade and health
- The International Health Regulations
- The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
- Health and human rights
- Non-communicable diseases
The Summer Program is co-directed by Professors Lawrence Gostin and Allyn Taylor.
The faculty of the Summer Program consists of other leading global health law experts from the O'Neill Institute, international institutions, such as the World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, academia, and legal practice
To apply for the O’Neill Institute Summer Program applicants should complete and submit the application form by May 1, 2012.
Limited tuition assistance is available and may be awarded based on financial need and demonstrated potential for excellence within the field of global health.
If you would like to be considered for tuition assistance, please complete the additional essay portion of the application
Tuition waiver applications will be considered through March 30, 2012
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