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Heidelberger Institut für Global Health

Health Systems Strengthening in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

June 03 - June 07, 2019 (application starting September 01, 2018)


Tuition Fees: General Admission €750, tropEd €500


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The course meets for 1 week for a total of 60 hours of SIT: 36.5 direct contact hours and 23.5 hours self-directed learning. TropEd students can earn 2 ECTS points.


Entry Requirements

"Health Systems Strengthening in Low- and Middle-Income Countries" is held in English. Course participants should have excellent command/high level of proficiency in reading, writing and speaking English. It's part time students only.


Content Overview

  • Overview of health systems and health systems strengthening in LMICs
  • Comparative health systems and reforms in LMICs
  • Diagnosing gaps in health systems performance
  • National health strategy as the entry point for health systems strengthening programs
  • How does the health system deliver healthcare? Understanding the supply factors that are necessary for healthcare delivery
  • Resources for an effectively performing health system: Human resources, money, data
  • How does health systems strengthening maximize the impact of national disease programs?
  • Creating enabling partnership environments for health systems strengthening at the national and global levels
  • Health systems strengthening in challenging operating environments
  • Monitoring and evaluation of HSS programs

Learning Objectives

This course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to develop and to successfully implement Health systems strengthening (HSS) interventions in low/middle-income countries (LMICs), in order to maximize impact of national disease-control programs. At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Critically discuss theoretical and practical aspects of HSS in the context of LMICs, including multiple conceptual frameworks, strategic approaches to HSS, and political and economic aspects that determine health policy choices
  • Apply operational aspects of HSS, including diagnosing the gaps in health systems performance, designing high-impact interventions and measuring performance of health systems strengthening programs
  • Examine the global health landscape relevant to HSS, including global health funding architecture, partnership mechanisms and technical support mechanisms

Course Fee

  • General Admittance: € 750.-
  • tropEd students: € 500.-

Included in the course fee is a non-refundable registration fee of € 200.-

Please register as soon as possible as the number of participants is limited.

Unfortunately, no Scholarships are available.

If the participant withdraws from the course

  • less than 6 weeks prior: 25 % of the course fee will be charged.
  • less than 4 weeks prior: 50 % of the course fee will be charged.
  • less than 2 weeks prior: the whole course fee will be charged.

The tuition fee does not include accommodation, insurance or other personal living costs during the stay.


Contact Registration

Anchal Sharma, MSc.

Assistant Short Courses Coordinator

Institute of Global Health, University of Heidelberg

Im Neuenheimer Feld 365, D-69120 Heidelberg

Fon: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 43 12 

Fax: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 49 18

assistants.sc@uni-heidelberg.de

 

 

Short Course Programme Coordinator

Nandita Rothermund-Bucher, M.A.

Institute of Global Health, University of Heidelberg

Im Neuenheimer Feld 365, D-69120 Heidelberg

Fon: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 46 48 

Fax: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 49 18

short.courses@urz.uni-heidelberg.de

 

 

Course Coordinator

Dr. Revati Phalkey

Assistant Professor in Public Health

Institute of Global Health, University of Heidelberg

 

 

Teaching Coordinator/
tropEd Coordinator

Dr. Pauline Grys

Institute of Global Health, University of Heidelberg

Fon: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 50 48

grys@uni-heidelberg.de

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Course Coordinator

Dr. Revati Phalkey, Assistant Professor in Public Health

Institute of Global Health, Heidelberg University