Masters in Health Services Management and Planning
Ability to apply key principles and theory to analyze organizational performance, decision making and planning in the health environment to strengthen health services provision, management and performance
Major topics covered
Overall goal of the programme is to develop participants' skills in planning and evaluating health services, understanding health needs, managing people, resources, systems and processes within health services to meet the changing needs of communities, clinicians, governments and organizations. Topics: Introduction to Health Services Management; Healthcare Quality Management; Organizational Management and Behavior; Research Methods in Health; Introduction to Complex Health Systems; Professionalism and Ethics in Healthcare Management; Human Resources Management for Health; Health Promotion Theory: Issues in Public Health, Strategic Planning in Health, etc.
Classroom lectures, case studies, workplace experience and learning, small group discussions, problem-based sets, simulations