Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Bayer Scholars Program for the Summer Institute in Data to Policy
Enhance your ability to use data to shape, advocate for, and evaluate policies that affect families, reproductive health, and the health of populations.
June 6-17, 2022
Deadline to apply: February 28, 2022
COURSES 100% ONLINE
The Data to Policy in Population, Family and Reproductive Health Summer Institute is designed to equip students with skills needed to understand population-based data and shape policies related to families, reproductive health, and the health of populations.
The Institute is structured around the public health cycle of assessing health and health determinants, developing policy to respond to identified health needs, and assuring that implemented policies achieve their purpose through evaluation. All courses focus on using data to drive decisions and actions at each point in this public health cycle. Institute participants can select training in approaches that range from statistical analysis of population health indicators to community organizing and participatory program evaluation. Courses are one to two credits and offered in short, compact formats suited for non-degree seeking students.
The Summer Institute offers:
- Condensed course formats from two days to two weeks;
- Industry-leading, interactive online courses;
- Bloomberg School faculty instruction.
By taking Institute courses, you will develop skills to:
Assess health and health determinants using data and scientific research
Develop and advocate for evidence-based policies to respond to population health needs
- Advocating for Global Reproductive Health* (2 credits)
- Creating, Implementing and Monitoring Budgets for Projects and Programs (1 credit)
- Strategic Leadership Principles and Tools for Health System Transformation in PFRH* (2 credits)
- Using Data to Inform Family Planning Policies* (2 credits)
- Youth Voice in Public Health (1 credit)
Evaluate and discuss policy impact to assure implemented policies and programs achieve their purpose
- Introduction to Program Evaluation in PFRH (1 credit)
Bayer Scholars will receive a tuition scholarship to take two to three courses in the Summer Institute. The Bayer Scholars Program requires scholars take at least one of the courses marked with an asterisk above, which are offered by faculty associated with the Gates Institute and will be held at times that do not to conflict.
In response to COVID-19 pandemic, Bayer scholars will participate in courses virtually, through live video conferencing with faculty and students (synchronous sessions) and/or pre-recorded lectures (asynchronous sessions). Participation in live course sessions is required for most courses. See the list of courses above for meeting dates and times.
The Summer Institute in Data to Policy in Population, Family and Reproductive Health will be held June 6th to 17th, 2022.
Those interested in applying should do so as soon as possible by clicking the button below. For more information on the Bayer Scholars Program for the Summer Institute, please contact email@example.com.
Deadline to apply: 28 February 2022
Bayer Scholars must apply for the program through the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health using the button above. DO NOT register for Summer Institute courses through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health website if you would like to apply for tuition coverage through the Bayer Scholars Program.