Global Sexual Health Summer Institute

University of Michigan School of Nursing Summer Institute

Reproductive Coercion and Human Trafficking

May 9-17, 2019

This short, intensive course will allow participants to gain the skills and knowledge to advance their inquiry through state-of-the-science lectures, discussion, case studies, and small group work.

Geared towards researchers focused on global sexual and reproductive health, the Summer Institute provides participants with the opportunity to learn about substantive issues and develop methodological experience from a wide range of experts in global reproductive and sexual health.

Event details, including speakers, will be announced soon.

2018 Summer Institute

Learn about our 2018 Summer Institute on Global Reproductive and Sexual Health.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with leading scholars in global health and learn:

  • How to develop or expand your research in global settings.
  • Contemporary issues in global reproductive and sexual health.
  • How to identify and calculate commonly used indicators for reproductive and sexual health.
  • Strategies for on-going monitoring and evaluation of global research
  • How to use nationally representative data to calculate key programmatic indicators.
  • How data quality impacts findings and strategies to improve quality.
  • How to analyze and evaluate policy issues
  • How to conduct research with vulnerable populations
  • Nursing contact hours will be awarded.

Who should attend

  • Students 
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Midwives
  • Physicians
  • Public health professionals
  • Researchers
  • Health care administrators
  • Anyone interested in working globally


University of Michigan School of Nursing, 426 N. Ingalls Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109


May 9-17, 2019

May 9-11 Conference: Reproductive Coercion and Human Trafficking

May 13-17 Workshop: Designing and evaluating culturally appropriate interventions to improve reproductive and sexual health


For questions and more information, please email

Nursing Contact Hours

Details on contact hours forthcoming. 

Visitor Information

Visitor Information

Summer Institute participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and room and board. Below are helpful links as you make your plans. Ann Arbor is a vibrant small city with a lot of activity. The Summer Institute will be held at the School of Nursing, located at 426 N. Ingalls Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.

Air travel

The closest airport to Ann Arbor is Detroit-Metro Airport

Ground transportation

Greyhound bus service and Amtrak train service are available from U.S. and Canadian cities. Parking on campus is limited and we cannot offer on-site parking.


Below are a number of area hotels.

Extended Stay America

3265 Boardwalk Drive

(734) 997-7623

Towne Place Suites-Marriott (extended stay hotel)

1301 Briarwood Circle

(734) 327-5900

Ann Arbor Bed & Breakfast
921 East Huron
(734) 994-9100

The Bell Tower Hotel
300 South Thayer 
(734) 769-3010, (800) 562-3559

Inn at the League
911 North University Ave
(734) 764-3177
Located on fourth floor of historic Michigan League.

Library Bed and Breakfast
808 Mary St.
(734) 668-6815

Note that the Summer Institute cannot vouch for anyone using this service.


For those who require a visa, please check the requirements at your local Embassy or Consulate and the University's of Michigan's International Center. Contact us at with any questions.