What's in it for you?

Benefits you can count on...

  • Get real skills

    This course has been designed to give you real skills. Each lesson has been carefully planned to build your set of capabilities, one step at a time. Think of this course as an investment in yourself.

  • Progress your career

    Get excited about taking the next step in your career. You’ll get a certificate at the end of this course that highlights your new skill set and your ability to add value in a professional setting.

  • Enjoy learning

    You’ll love the teaching style used in this course. Learning should be fun and engaging. You’ll really enjoy those “Aha!” moments when it all comes together for you.

Course curriculum

This course provides an overview of public health including health economics, universal health coverage, epidemiology, gender and health, how to find a job in public health and global health and much much more.

    1. Introduction

    1. What is public health?

    1. Epidemiology the backbone of public health

    1. Health Economics

    1. Health Systems

    1. Epidemiological transition

About this course

  • Free
  • 20 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content


Instructor Bio:

Greg Martin

Dr Greg Martin is a medical doctor with a Masters in Public Health and an MBA degree. His professional experience includes working as the Head of Science and Research at the World Cancer Research Fund and the Director of Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission at the Clinton Health Access Initiative. He is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal Globalization and Health. 



Dr. Greg Martin's Introduction to Public Health course has been a truly transformative experience for me. As someone new to the field, I was seeking an engaging course that would provide me with a solid foundation in public health. Dr. Martin exceeded my expectations with his exceptional teaching style.Thanks to his guidance, I gained not only the knowledge but also the confidence to pursue a career in public health.