HLTD28H3: Innovations for Global Health

This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the role of technological and social innovations in global health. Through lectures, case studies, group projects and exciting guest lectures, students will gain an understanding of the process of developing and scaling technological and social innovations in low- and middle-income countries, taking into account the unique socio-cultural, financial and logistical constraints that are present in such settings.

Prerequisite
HLTC26H3 with a minimum grade of 70% and an additional 1.0 credit at the C-level in HLT courses.
Exclusion
[HLTC47H3 if taken in Fall 2017 semester], [HLTD04H3 if taken in Winter 2019 semester]
Enrolment Limits
25
Breadth Requirements
Social and Behavioural Sciences
Course Experience
Partnership-Based Experience