Global Challenges in Reproductive Health: Evidence and Tools for Programme Implementation

Ruprecht-Karls Universität Heidelberg Universitätsklinikum / Institute of Public Health
19.03.2012 - 30.03.2012  Heidelberg
Course Content
Topics includes: Concept of sexual and reproductive health; Analysis of global health relevant to RH and its challenges; Strategies for improving and managing RH with a focus on appropriate indicators, planning process and service provision; Application of appropriate frameworks and tools for the assessment and implementation of sexual and reproductive health needs and services; Discussion on the neglected SRH agenda (infertility, male health, new FP Methods, etc).
Learning objectives, training objectives
• To analyse SRH policy in its historical context
• To critically assess the global challenges in reproductive health
• To evaluate and synthesise evidence from RH programmes and policies
• To apply the tools required for programme implementation
Target Audience
Public health practitioners, medical doctors, nurses, policy makers, programme/project planners, managers, paramedical staff, social scientists, educators
English proficiency
University of Heidelberg; tropEd
Local Organizer
Short Courses in International Health Programme
Registration deadline:none - first come, first serve; please keep in mind the time you need for travel and visa arrangements

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Nandita Rothermund
Development Cooperation - Advanced Training, Development Cooperation - Special Topics and Health, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Program Evaluation, Public Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections
Credit Points
3 ECTS - Points
EUR 1.500,00
Organizer contact info
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69120 Heidelberg
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