Certificate in Local and Global Health Equity

September 2022 – August 2023

Health inequities have been defined as “differences in health that are unnecessary, avoidable, unfair and unjust.”¹ Is health equity a value neutral concept? Addressing the structural issues that perpetuate health inequities is complex and often controversial. This 12 module certificate program will help you explore and discuss the challenging ideas around what health equity means, how it relates to local and global health, and what it means in your professional work.

Health Professionals: $450.00

Students/Residents: $250.00

Delivered entirely in an online format, the program is designed to provide maximum flexibility and access while simultaneously connecting you to a team of local experts in an interactive and engaging discussion of the challenges in local and global health equity.

¹ Whitehead M. The concepts and principles of equity in health. Int J Health Serv1992;22:429–445. (first published with the same title from: Copenhagen: World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, 1990 (EUR/ICP/RPD 414).