The Health, Behavior and Society Summer Institute offers short, intensive courses that provide students with an understanding of behavioral and society impacts on public health and specific strategies to address the challenges they present. During the Summer Institute, HBS will offer two courses that include general overviews of social and behavioral science issues in public health, including discussion of the social, contextual, and individual influences on risk behaviors and interventions that modify these influences. Courses will also be offered on the strategic use of the news media to support public health goals, communication network analysis, methods in global tobacco control, and tobacco control leadership.
The courses may be taken for academic credit or on a non-credit basis.
Please contact the program administrator for more details on dates, deadlines and eligibility.
Academic Program Administrator