Harvard Releases Global Health Case Studies

The Global Health Delivery Project and Harvard Business Publishing on Thursday “released 21 teaching case studies examining the principles of health care delivery in resource-poor settings,” according to a press release from the Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard University. The case studies are available at no cost to global health educators, students and practitioners. “The multidisciplinary body of work spans 13 countries and addresses the complexity of delivering life-saving health care technologies and care,” the release notes (7/28).

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