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Featured Course: Intensive Study of Public Health Services in Cuba

CBHS 6633 | 3 credits

This class offers graduate students an opportunity to study international public health issues by providing an intensive study of the public health system in Cuba. The class is offered in collaboration with faculty from the Cuban National School of Public Health. Seminar topics include: primary care and prevention services; maternal and child health; allocation of resources; international health programs; and social, political, and economic factors that influence health and health service delivery. Information on health systems in other Latin American and Caribbean countries will be included in the course to provide context for understanding public health issues in Cuba.


  • Learn about the successes and challenges of the Cuban health system, which has provided comprehensive services amidst blockades and limited resources.
  • Visit Cuba’s Latin American School of Medicine, known for offering free and low cost tuition to international students who agree to practice in underserved regions of the world.
  • Explore Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Instructor: Dr. Joan O'Connell
Offered: Spring & Summer

Colorado School of Public Health

13001 E. 17th Place​
Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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