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.

Featured Programs

Gender-Based Violence: Research Methods and Analysis

On Campus 20 Hours June 11-13, 2018 $900
Taught By
Nafisa Halim, PhD, MA(s), Research Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH
Monica Adhiambo Onyango, PhD, RN, MPH, MS (nursing), Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH

Gender-based violence affects people around the world every day. This violence, mainly towards women, reinforces power dynamics and impacts overall health, including physical and psychological development.

Intervention Strategies in Public Health

On Campus 20 Hours June 11-13, 2018 $900
Taught By
Jacey Greece, DSc, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor, Community Health Sciences, BUSPH

Learn how to successfully plan an intervention that is theory-driven, evidence-based, feasible, and evaluable.

Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of Public Health Programs

On Campus 20 Hours June 18-20, 2018 $900
Taught By
Nancy Scott, MPH, DrPH, Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH
Nafisa Halim, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH

Are public health interventions working? Develop the skills necessary to ensure that our public health programs are making the change they are meant to make to improve lives and build healthy populations.