Comparative Health Systems
Lecture Theatre 1
Alan Gilbert Building
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A thorough comprehension of the different institutions, structures and processes that constitute health systems globally provides a strong platform for further studies and varied career paths in population and global health. This course provides participants with the analytical frameworks to explore the social and political dynamics, institutions and structures that constitute health systems globally. Participants will develop and apply skills in critical and comparative analysis of health systems in a range of countries and in settings with varied levels of socio-economic development.
The course runs over five days, 15 to 19 July.
This course is aimed at students and early-mid career professionals with a general interest or experience in global/public health and/or international development and a specific interest in health systems. No prior knowledge is required.