Confronting Gender Based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers is a course that is offered by Johns Hopkins University.
The self-paced course will allow students to be able to understand the global crisis of the main forms of gender based violence and the evidence that states that this violence can be linked to poor health.
Students will be able to describe the strategies and challenges behind WHO guidelines for bringing a transformative response to this violence in the health community.
Students will also understand how to give psychosocial support to a survivor of gender based violence.
|Johns Hopkins University|
|2-4 hours (per week)|
|LGBTI and Gender|
Disclosure: Human Rights Careers is compensated by course providers. Learn more