Monitoring and Evaluation

In the past decade, the scale, scope, and complexity of health research and evaluation has grown rapidly, creating growing demand for qualified individuals to design, conduct, analyze, and evaluate health studies and programs across the globe.

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Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of Public Health Programs (SI 20)

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From Data to Dashboards: Using Excel to support health program decisions (SI 20)

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“Course offerings were fantastic; varied students added depth to discussion; great course...The summer institute allows Alums and people working in field ability to get great quality training" - Summer Institute Participant

Nafisa Halim, PhD
Research Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH