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Ronald Mataya, MD
Associate Professor, School of Public Health
School of Public Health
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
7/2014 - 6/2015

I currently teach the following classes:

1. HPRO 567, Reproductive Health in the Spring

2. GLBH 516, HIV and AIDS, Public Health Implications in the Spring

3. GLBH 605, Seminar in Global Health in the Spring

4. HPRO/GLBH 550, Women in Development in the Summer


In order to facilitate class discussion, I post two questions on the forum in Canvas. Students must answer both questions but they must also comment on one of their classmate's comments. This gives a chance for everyone to participate in discussions since some are too shy to participate during class. There is a grade attached to this activity

Interactive Teaching
 
7/2014 - 6/2015

1. GLBH 605 - Seminar in Global Health and Development

This seminar (2 hour lecture per week) addresses major issues driving and impacting global health activities, policies and interventions. It examines the roles of major development donors such as USAID, European Union, NGOs, UN bodies and ministries of health. This is a one-unit course required for all Global Health students.

 

 


The class is very interactive in that I invite other experts to give lectures on various aspects of global health.