Health Policy and Systems Research Courses and Trainings
Introduction to Complex Health Systems
By the end of this course students are expected to be able to: 1. Show understanding of the dynamic and complex nature of health systems by reflecting on and describing their value bases and functioning, their components and the central roles and behaviours of a range of agents. 2. Discuss health systems as social constructions, influenced by and influencing the agents within them, as well as influenced by broader political and economic forces, generating public value and contributi...
Introduction to Global Health
University of Aberdeen
Students whose applications have been successful work with host organisations either based at the University or within the organisation as appropriate, e.g. 1 day/week. Also provided are three 2 hour workshops, plus regular meetings with workplace and academic supervisor to provide support and guidance.
Introduction to Health Policy and Systems Research
By the end of the course participants are expected to be able to: 1. Identify researchable health policy and systems issues, including those focused on action to strengthen health systems and the processes of policy change. 2. Formulate substantively relevant health policy or health systems research questions, by drawing on relevant empirical work, practice knowledge, and theoretical insights. 3. Be familiar with the range of research purposes, questions and strategies used within HPSR. 4...
Introduction to Health Systems and Policies
National University of Singapore
1. Introduce concepts of public health, healthcare delivery, policy, and health system and explore the broader environment that surrounds public health. 2. ntroduce tools for analyzing policies.
Key Issues in Health Policy
King's College London
1. Foster a critical understanding of the context for key issues in health policy. 2. Develop a systematic understanding of the major economic, political and sociological issues involved in the organisation, production and finance of health care services, both nationally and internationally. 3. Develop a critical awareness of key debates in the funding and provision of health care, such as the role of the state and the private sector. 4. Analyse the roles of professionals and users in the...
KEYSTONE Short Course on HPSR
Public Health Foundation of India/Health Governance Hub
The KEYSTONE course aims to develop individual capacities and channelize latent capacities of Keystone Fellows, for investigating and addressing real-world problems of health systems and policy, through rigorous immersion in current health policy and systems research (HPSR) approaches, frameworks and methodologies
Management for HPSR
Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration
1. To assess the processes of priority setting health as health care practitioners, policy makers and implementers
Master in Health Management
Escola Nacional de Saude Publica/ Universidade Nova de Lisboa
The Master of Health Management aims at providing scientific knowledge and skills for advanced study and research in the field of health management, as well as for the development of practical applications in the areas of expertise of management in healthcare organizations, clinical management and knowledge management in healthcare. Students should therefore develop their ability to solve problems in these areas and in multidisciplinary settings, to integrate knowledge and develop solutio...
Master in Public Health
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
The Master in Public Health aims at providing scientific knowledge and skills for advanced study and research in the field of Public Health, as well as for the development of practical applications in the areas of expertise of Health Policy; Global Health and Health Promotion and Literacy. Students should therefore develop their ability to solve problems in these areas and in multidisciplinary settings, to integrate knowledge and develop solutions in a context dominated by intense social...
Master of Epidemiolgy
Tropical Medicine Institute
1. Apply their knowledge on health services research problems.