CDC, Harvard, NATO, Stanford, and WHO. This free model has been tested in North American medical and public health students, and in community health workers and primary care physicians in Kenya, with as much knowledge gain and greater student satisfaction than with traditional courses, positive effects on complex health worker behaviors (like counselling) and attitudes (like stigma), and the creation of a global community of learning and practice. NextGenU.org is ready to offer our ultimate goal, the world's first free degrees: MDs, Masters' in Public Health, and residencies (in Pediatrics and in Preventive and Family Medicine). Courses are competency-based currently ranging from undergraduate and community health worker training, through Graduate and Continuing Medical Education, and include a global peer community of practice, and local skills-oriented mentorships. Please come learn more about us or have a look at our available courses.
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