“The Global Public Health Unit was established in 2011. The Unit is rooted in the disciplines of public health and social medicine, with a strong orientation towards the social aims of equity and redistributive justice. The Unit’s undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programs provide a multi-disciplinary understanding of global public health, presenting social, political and economic interpretations of the challenges we face to secure a healthier world, in low- as well as high-income settings.
The unit’s staff of eleven academics has an active research programme and is engaged in public policy debates and public health programmes both locally, internationally and globally”.
- Global Health Governance and Politics
- Health Systems Research with an Emphasis on Health Financing & Human Resources
- Migrant Health; and Health in Conflict and Crisis Situations
- Local Public Health
"The GPHU currently offers a variety of multi-disciplinary graduate and undergraduate taught programs, tailored for high- as well as low-income country students”
- MSc, Global Public Health and Policy
- MSc, Global Health, Law and Governance
- MSc, Migration, Culture and Global Health
- MSc, Global Health Systems and Policy
- MSc, International Primary Health Care
We welcome new applications for PhD study which closely match our research themes from students from high-, middle and low-income countries. If you are thinking of applying for a PhD in the Unit, you should make an informal inquiry to Unit Director Professor David McCoy.
Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
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