The course is divided into six weeks:
- Week 1: Crisis at the district hospital
- Week 2: Domestic violence
- Week 3: Refugee health
- Week 4: Healing torture victims
- Week 5: Nuclear weapons
- Week 6: Climate change and health
The big-picture question: what does peace have to do with health?Each week is separated into approximately 20 discrete steps. So you can choose to study all the steps in a single sitting; or work through 2-3 steps in 15 minute breaks over lunch; or spread the workload over any time period which suits you.
GlossaryWe’ve created a glossary explaining terms relevant for medical peace work. You’ll find the document at the “downloads” section below, and we’ll link to it throughout the course.
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Medical Peace Work
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