Patrick Tschida

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Ph.D. Public Health

Dr. Tschida has a Master's in Public Health from the University of Minnesota - School of Public Health, and a Doctorate in International Health and Human Nutrition from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is an experienced qualitative and quantitative researcher with interests in parental, infant, and early childhood health and nutrition, HIV/AIDS prevention programs, and exploring solutions to global healthcare disparities. He has been a part-time contributing faculty member with the Walden College of Health Sciences since early 2011. His international experience includes serving as a Fulbright Scholar and US Peace Corps volunteer, as well as several consultancies with UNICEF, USAID, International Red Cross, and Save the Children. He was recently named by the Pollen Foundation as one of the "50 Over 50" in Minnesota in the community engagement category of leaders.

Courses Taught

PUBH 6115 - Social, Behavioral and Cultural Factors in Global Public Health Practic

PUBH 6135 - Global Leadership, Professionalism, Ethics

PUBH 6165 - Environmental Health

PUBH 6235 - Program Design Planning & Global Health Program Evaluation

PUBH 6745 - Public Health Program, Monitoring and Evaluation

PUBH 8015 - Administration and Leadership of Global Public Health Programs

PUBH 8400 - Global Public Health Leadership & Global Systems

PUBH 8225 - Design & Analysis of International Health Community Trials

HLTH 9001 - Dissertation Research for Doctoral Students

PUBH 8900 - Research Forum Companion

PUBH 9000 - Public Health Dissertation

PUBH 9001 - Health Services Dissertation for Doctoral StudentsP

PUBH 9100 - Research Forum Companion


DrPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

MPH - Master of Public Health, University of Minnesota

BA, University of Saint Catherine