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While the health of humanity continues to improve as life expectancy from birth has increased globally from 46 years in 1950 to 71.5 years in 2015. While we are living healthier lives than ever before, there are new challenges with global health that we need to address.
Children are receiving the highest level of routine immunization coverage in history, yet, cases for antimicrobial resistance, malnutrition, and obesity numbers are increasing. WHO warns that the world is not prepared for a major epidemic, so how can we prevent one from happening?
This module will teach learners how to develop strategies to counter drug resistance, deal with possible epidemics and manage national security risks on a biomedical level.
Where science lets us investigate the natural world, technology allows us to use that knowledge and apply it to reach certain goals. Together, they have completely changed our world and the way in which humans...
The current world population of 7.6 billion is expected to grow by another 2.2 billion by 2050. Factors such as uneven advances in implementation of health care, variations in family planning, changing reproductive behavior, devastations...
With over 51% of the world connected to the Internet, the continued development and proliferation of smart phone apps are putting state-of-the-art AI systems in the palm of many hands around the world, making supercomputing...