Career opportunities in global health: A snapshot of the current employment landscape

@inproceedings{Eichbaum2015CareerOI,
  title={Career opportunities in global health: A snapshot of the current employment landscape},
  author={Quentin G Eichbaum and Adam Hoverman and William Cherniak and Jessica Evert and Elahe Nezami and Thomas L. Hall},
  booktitle={Journal of global health},
  year={2015}
}
Recent decades have witnessed a burgeoning interest in improving health and health systems in low and middle–income countries (LMIC). With the increase in program funding came parallel increases in the number of university programs in the US and Europe offering concentrations or degrees in a global health field [1–6]. The changes have been brisk and substantial [5–8], and beg the question: What do we know about the global health job market? While a few studies have provided limited insights… CONTINUE READING

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