Education & Training
The Education and Training Office at IHME works to advance the intellectual capacity of the health metrics and evaluation field and the technical expertise of policymakers, professionals, and scholars involved in global health through world-class fellowship programs, courses, academic degrees, and public workshops.
The IHME Post-Graduate Fellowship and Post-Bachelor Fellowship train individuals in statistical methods and data analysis used in IHME’s core research projects. Through the fellowship programs, IHME builds cohorts of skilled researchers and analysts and fosters the development of new, creative techniques for tackling the world’s most pressing health issues.
IHME offers formal, accredited degree programs through the University of Washington’s Department of Global Health. IHME has established a Master of Public Health track in Health Metrics and Evaluation and a PhD program in Global Health: Metrics and Implementation Science.
IHME develops workshops to teach how best to use and understand our methods and results. This training ensures that IHME is taking a proactive approach to helping build capacity and promoting the use of new methods by organizing and conducting workshops for policymakers, researchers, and scholars engaged in global health research and policy-making.
IHME offers courses through University of Washington’s Department of Global Health. Taught by a group of world-renowned faculty, the courses develop students’ understanding, expertise, and technical skills in global health measurement.
After acquiring knowledge and analytical skills as Post-Bachelor and Post-Graduate Fellows and Master of Public Health graduates in Health Metrics, past fellows and graduates have become influential global health scholars and professionals in academia, health agencies, non-governmental organizations, ministries of health, and other international organizations.
IHME hosts researchers from around the world to present their work, highlighting studies being done by the broader global health community.