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  • William Brieger, DrPH

    Taught by:  William Brieger, DrPH, Professor, Health Systems Program of the Department of International Health

    Bloomberg School of Public Health
Commitment5 weeks of study, 1-3 hours/week
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 49 ratings

This is MUST take course for any public health professional no matter your leadership position

Great course worth recommending to others. I am a community development advocate. i have gained much insight from this course which leaves me more than motivated to keep working with communities for communities. it was never a mistake enrolling for this course. great thanks course instructor.

It is a very useful insight into community change in public health and a must for every one who want to ensure sustainability is integrated into his intervention

It was a very insightful course as it showed us how community change is effected in developing countries. The case studies were practical and showed the change that occurs in reality, not just theory