Stanford's free mHealth online course: Mobile Health Without Borders

Monday, March 25, 2013

Want to learn more about mobile health? Stanford University is offering a free online course on mHealth titled: Mobile Health Without Borders

INSTRUCTORS:
Eric Leroux, M.D., M.B.A, Stanford University
Homero Rivas, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Director of Innovative Surgery, School of Medicine, Stanford University
Starting April 29, 2013

The course will function like a conference, but it takes place over three months rather than two days, and encourages the transformation from passive audience observer to active participant and thought leader. The themes to be addressed are: 1) Global Health Challenges. 2) Mobile Health Opportunities. 3) Entrepreneurship in Health Care.



Learn more and sign up here.

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