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YIGH Case Competition

The Global Health Case Competition is designed for Yale University undergraduate, graduate, and professional students across diverse disciplines and backgrounds to collaborate and develop innovative solutions to pressing global health challenges. Led by the Yale Institute for Global Health, the competition is co-sponsored by the Global Health Leadership Initiative, Yale School of Nursing Office of Global Health, Global Health Concentration Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine Office of Global Health Education.

Student participants have an opportunity to exercise their creativity, technical expertise, practice public speaking, apply critical thinking skills, and engage in program design and implementation. Cases are presented to a panel of judges comprised of faculty with experience in global health research and practice. Judges provide high-level constructive feedback that to foster student growth and development. Winners of the Global Health Case Competition receive a cash prize and represent Yale at the Emory International Global Health Case Competition.

Click here to learn more about the 2022 Case Competition.