Who is this class for: This course is appropriate for participants in the healthcare sector. This includes public health practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers who want to better address GBV among their patient and client populations, who need to understand more about GBV and its health impact, and who suspect their patient populations may have need for GBV-related services.


Created by:  Johns Hopkins University

LevelBeginner
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English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 39 ratings

Excellent course to learn and understand universal and global health care lessons to confront GBV

It's a complete and useful course about Gender Based Violence centered in the health context, with many exhaustive examples from India and Africa, good references and a serious well didactic planning. The exercised are well designed for maximize the learning process and evaluate it. The graded peer review is quite demanding, but finally I was grateful to learn from other students.

This course has give me a boost in my professional career, now I feel more confident to work with GBV, and I detect the gaps in my formation and know how to fill it.

Exposure to GBV with best practices in the light of global lessons really makes you realize the critical & complicated nature of the problem, adverse affects on women, men and children and urgent need for our collective actions - both as health care professionals as well as human beings. Hats off to the team of Johns Hopkins and Coursera for putting together such a meaningful course. Thank you for your services Madam & Sirs!!! GOD may bless you more...

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