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Rebuilding Disrupted Health Systems – Developing context-specific strategies for health care policies, implementation and governance (RDHS-E)

KIT (Royal Tropical Institute) / Health and Education
Kursinhalte
This e-learning course strengthens your ability to address health system challenges in complex emergencies and fragile states. To prepare you for improving these challenging situations we will analyse health system policies, politics, roles and strategies of key actors, and human right policies. This will enable you to develop context-specific strategies for rebuilding disrupted health systems.
Lernziele, Trainingsziele
https://www.kit.nl/study/course/rebuilding-disrupted-health-systems-developing-context-specific-strategies-health-care-policies-implementation-governance-e-learning-rdhs-e/
Zielpublikum
If you are a health professional working in or with countries in crisis, working as health personnel in government institutions, NGOs, UN agencies and humanitarian organisations or as an independent consultant, then this course is intended for you.
Akkreditierung
Accreditation Organisation of the Nederlands and Flanders
Anmerkungen
tropEd accredited
 

Anfragen und Anmeldung:

Frau Rinia Sahebdin
 
Kategorien
Gesundheitssysteme, Humanitäre Hilfe - Komplexe Notfälle, Public Health
Art des Abschlusses
Teilnahmebescheinigung, Abschluss-Zertifikat
Kursform
Fernstudium, e-Learning
Sprache
Englisch
Credit Points
5 ECTS - Points
Kosten
EUR 1.980,00
(EUR 1980 = normal course fee EUR 1840 = early bird registration, deadline 01 Feb 2021 EUR 1580 = tropEd fee)
Teilnehmerzahl (max.)
25
Veranstalter Kontakt
P. O Box 95001
1090 HA Amsterdam
Niederlande
 
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