Started in 2015, the McGill Summer Institute brings the research and clinical strengths of McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre-Research Institute to the world in a short course format.
In 2022, we are thrilled to announce our evolution into the Summer Institutes in Global Health expanding our offerings to other global health topics beyond infectious diseases.
Courses for 2022 are offered in a hybrid (concurrent online and in-person) and online-only formats. Applicants applying before February 4, 2022 will receive an additional 10% off of the early bird pricing. Use promo code “McGillSummer22” when you register.
Who should attend
Participants are students and working professionals from universities, research institutes, governmental and non-profit organizations, and industry. Our courses are excellent sources of professional development or supplemental material for current students looking to learn more. The Summer Institute encourages applications from low and middle income countries. In 2021, 57% of our attendees were from a LMIC country.
A limited amount of scholarships are available to cover registration fees for participants currently living and working or studying in a low or middle income country. Visit our scholarships section to learn more about scholarships before applying.
Week 1: May 24-27, 2022
- Peace through Health
Week 2: May 30-June 3, 2022
- Decolonizing Humanitarian Action: Challenges and Dilemmas
- Quality of TB Care
- Advances in the Biology and Management of COVID-19
- Global Health Diagnostics
Week 3: June 6-10, 2022
- Qualitative Methods in Global Infectious Diseases Research
- TB Research Methods
- Environment and Human Health
- Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
- Advanced TB Diagnostics
- Strategies to End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
- Digital Health
Week 4: June 13-17
- Global Considerations of Disability for Rehabilitation Providers
- Health Systems Strengthening and Global Governance
2022 by the numbers
- 9 exciting courses in the Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health including a brand new course in “Digital Health” and the return of the popular “TB Research Methods” course.
- 2 hybrid courses offering content either in-person or online to accommodate all learners!
- 12 fully online courses to facilitate attendance from participants around the world.
- World Health Day 2023: 75 years of improving public health
- WHO certifies Azerbaijan and Tajikistan as malaria-free
- National Population and Housing Census 2021: A Report on Maternal Mortality
- Experts call for action on the commercial determinants of health and health equity
- WHO steps up the Director-General’s flagship initiative to combat tuberculosis
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