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Teaching Methodology

I have integrated research as an important part to my curriculum and have incorporated several different approaches to engage with students (including lectures, interactive discussions, hands on exercises, case studies, presentations, etc.). I always try to be creative and develop learning environments to help students interpret and apply important theoretical concepts using real world examples and situations. Over the years, I have continued to mentor public health students at the School and beyond with most of them publishing papers in peer reviewed scientific journals, winning best paper awards or being involved in international research. I have developed online, interactive, training programs over the last decade.

I have developed an online Certificate in Population Health Informatics with a specific focus on use of ICTs to enhance population health outcomes in diverse settings. This program attempts to equip students and other professionals with the necessary skills to address public health challenges of the 21st century.

I am also program director of the first fully developed online MS program in Population Health Informatics. Population Health Informatics addresses the growing opportunity to use technology to implement evidence-based solutions for the improvement of population health outcomes. While most health informatics programs take a hospital-centric approach, this innovative first-of-its-kind program focuses on how to operationalize informatics solutions to address important public health challenges impacting individuals, families, communities, and the environment in which they live. Students will acquire skills on how technology can be used at the intersection of clinical care and health sciences to strengthen the efforts for preventive care at the population level. The program will offer students the skills and expertise to design, develop, implement and evaluate technology enabled interventions and solutions to address the population health challenges of the 21st century.

“I am not creating a curriculum; I’m creating and tailoring my curriculum for students to address the public health needs and the communities they serve.”

Teaching Experience

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2006

Research Informatics

A data management approach, University of Maryland, School of Medicine

2010 – 2012

Introduction to Public Health Informatics

Center for Public Health Informatics, India

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2013 – 2014

Introduction to Biomedical Informatics

College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2013 – 2014

Foundations of Public Health Informatics

College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Logo - Foundation of Healthcare Technologies Society

2013 – 2014

Introduction to Operations Research Population Health

Foundation of Healthcare Technologies Society

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2015 – Present

Research Seminar Population Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2015 – Present

Applications of Population Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2015 – Present

Introduction to Consumer Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2015 – Present

Introduction to Population Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2015 – Present

Developed first online Certificate in Population Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Dr Ashish Joshi, Teaching Experience

2019 – Present

Developed first online MS in Population Health Informatics

CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Testimonials

We have to become the entrepreneurs and innovators of Public Health. Take it and enjoy it!

  –  Alexander Borisov MPH Student, CUNY

Dr. Joshi was an invaluable resource and was always at his best to provide his utmost assistance.

– Peter Chernek, Public Health Informatics (2015)