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Cuba

Global Health in Cuba w/ Curry

Term To Study: Spring-Break 2020
Application Deadline: Oct 15, 2019
Program Starts: Mar 07, 2020
Program Ends: Mar 14, 2020
Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Faculty-led
Program Fee: $3,500
Program Locations: Havana
Contact Phone: 617-333-2979
Contact Name: Mireille Mclaughlin
Contact Email: mireille.mclaughlin@curry.edu
What is Included: Round-trip airfare, local transportation, accommodations and daily breakfast, welcome dinner plus 2 more dinners, local guide, international insurance
What is not Included: Tuition - course can be included in spring course load of 12-18 credits. Tuition will be charged if students are part-time (below 12 credits) or over the 18 credits associated with full-time tuition.

Some meals not noted in itinerary, free time activities, spending money, excess baggage fees, or passport fees (if applicable)
Estimated Costs: $500 due by 10/15/19 Non-refundable
$1,500 due by 11/15/19 Non-refundable
$1,500 due by 12/15/19 Non-refundable

Payments are made at https://curry.afford.com/
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Program Description

Get a first-hand glimpse into the dynamic ways in which Cuba approaches healthcare and public health.This is an opportunity for students to learn how a country with such limited resources underwent significant reform and redevelopment to create a system of free, universal health care for all at a level of quality similar to most high-income nations. This course will consist of a combination of coursework at Curry and field visits to health facilities and programs in Cuba. Students will spend time preparing site visits by learning about Cuba’s healthcare system and health successes through readings and instruction. In Cuba, students will witness the healthcare system in action by visiting local hospitals, clinics, and various other public health organizations as they explore the rich culture and history of Havana. During the visits students will learn about health services provided and agencies whose mission includes health promotion and disease prevention. Students will leave this course experience with a more diverse perspective on global public health and will be able to compare another country’s health
practices and system with that of the United States.

Quick Facts

Population: 11075244
Capital: Havana
Per-capita GDP: $ 9900
Size: 110860 km2
Time Zone: (GMT - 05:00 hours) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

US State Department

Travel Warning: YES
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