NextGenU.org Blog

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

Climate change has been a primary global concern for over three decades. Over time, numerous technologies and suggestions to ‘go green’ have been developed, including in the area of travel. While car manufacturers have made rapid progress to decarbonize their operations, environmentally friendly air travel is far from being realized.

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

Primary care is an essential aspect of healthcare service delivery. Tailoring these services to the needs of individual communities improves the overall quality and efficacy of the health system, contributing to a higher standard of population health. The Community-Oriented Primary Care course offered by NextGenU.org focuses on developing the skills of healthcare professionals to achieve these goals.

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

The beginning of the new year has ushered in a new ray of hope for humanity; on January 22 2021, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) was entered into force, becoming binding international law.




By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

Jinnah Sindh Medical University has trained health professionals for more than 45 years, and is now launching a partnership with JSMU’s APPNA Institute of Public Health and NextGenU.org.

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org


Dr. Enegala, a graduate of the MPH offered through Peoples-uni, shares his experience and offers advice to interested students.

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

A major goal of NextGenU.org has been to provide globally accessible opportunities for education. Because of our collaborations with multiple partner organizations, this dream is becoming a reality.

By: Jesse Ramkalawan - Instructional Designer at NextGenU.org

Dr. Robyn Phillips-Madson, Founding Dean and Chief Academic Officer of Texas' University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine highlights the creation of the MPH program through partnership with NextGenU.org, and describes the high quality of this program and its role in the development of global public health.

By: Gareth Durrant - Creative Consultant at DSIL Global


Epidemiologists are badass, and until recently chronically underappreciated. Now the world knows we need their disciplinary knowledge during a pandemic. Who else is going to work with mathematicians to model infectious diseases? Not me.

But what about designers? What disciplinary knowledge are they bringing to the table?...

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