Part of the 2016 Lancet Series on transgender health, this infographic outlines the social, psychological, medical, and legal aspects of healthcare for transgender people. Their needs remain little understood by healthcare providers and more generally by society. An absence of appropriate information, coupled with harmful misinformation, breeds prejudice and leads to discrimination, harassment, and abuse, with alarming consequences for transgender people’s health and wellbeing.
Professor Sue J. Goldie introduces her newest online course, Decision Science for Public Health (RDS 202), which will be offered online in Spring 2017. The course seeks to provide public health students with exposure to and literacy in decision-making under conditions of uncertainty, and students will work through the math, the policy considerations, and the clinical challenges in public health decision-making. Watch the course trailer and register for the course.
Spend a week in an Incubator immersion residency - experiment in the visual learning studios, develop multimedia prototypes, and create interactive instructional materials. Here is a short peek behind the scenes about visual communication and instructional design highlighting junior faculty, students and staff. If interested in a spring or summer slot email us!
Workshops at the Incubator focus on tools and techniques to inspire innovative pedagogy and provide new skills for teachers. Check out a behind the scenes clip about digital media and connecting with learners! If interested in spring workshops for teaching fellows, join our mailing list.