The cornerstone of GHJP is a practicum course that is generally run in the spring semester. Through a weekly seminar and real-world projects, students explore the means by which law, policy, and rights can be used as tools to address contemporary health issues. The practicum is open to all Yale graduate and professional students (undergraduate students not permitted).
Please note that the Global Health Justice Practicum will not be offered in the 2018-2019 academic year for new students. With instructor approval, former students who have completed the Practicum and are interested in continuing project work have the option of enrolling in Advanced Global Health Justice Practicum: Fieldwork.