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BU: Gender-Based Violence: Research Methods and Analysis

The Boston University School of Public Health offers short, non-credit, immersive programs open to professionals, from across sectors, with all levels of public health knowledge.  Join us on campus, and online, this June for one or more short programs, including:

June 11-13, 2018

Gender-Based Violence: Research Methods and Analysis

  • Nafisa Halim, PhD, MA(s), Research Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH
  • Monica Adhiambo Onyango, PhD, RN, MPH, MS (nursing), Clinical Assistant Professor, Global Health, BUSPH

Gender-based violence affects people around the world every day. This violence, mainly towards women, reinforces power dynamics and impacts overall health, including physical and psychological development.

This program aims to enhance participants’ ability to conduct technically rigorous, ethically-sound, and policy-oriented research on various forms of gender-based violence. Individuals working on and interested in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health, adolescent health, HIV, mental health and substance use will most benefit from taking this program.

Register here and note our multiple discount options.