We hope you will join us for another year of mutual learning for change.

This year (our 31st):

August 2022: pre-courses


22-27 August 2022:  intensive 1 and 3 days courses

 

At the SSPH+ Summer School public health professionals, researchers and graduate students learn together through mutual exchange in a stimulating and beautiful environment. The SSPH+ LSS  places health, disease, and health systems thinking under one common framework of coherent concepts and practical implications. The focus on public health policy, economics and management combined with the diversity of students and facilitators has provided for a rich learning environment for over 2 decades so far. The insights gained and networks created serve as an opportunity to reduce and prevent the gap between public health theory and practice.

We will meet online and in presence this year. We are announcing courses and plenaries as they are confirmed, so see below and stay tuned.

  • 1/2 day courses
  • 1 day courses
  • 3-day courses
  • plenary lectures on hot topics by experts
  • daily networking activities through online poster sessions, meetings with experts and chat sessions

 

Courses:

Pre-Courses

Introduction to digital tools of the summer school: e-Campus, zoom, and LinkedIn

 

Time slots  will be confirmed soon

Free for all enrolled participants

1-Day Courses:

1-Day Courses: Full Day

1-Day “equivalent” Courses:

2 hours every day across 3 days, and plenary lectures

3-day courses

Monday-Wednesday

Each day ~6 hours between 10:30 -16:45 CEST, including both synchronous and a-synchronous lessons. For ects credits, it is required to attend at least  2 plenary lectures for each 3 day course.

Thursday-Saturday

Each day ~6 hours between 10:30 -16:45 CEST, including both synchronous and a-synchronous lessons. For ects credits, it is required to attend at least  2 plenary lectures for each 3 day course.

Plenary Lectures:

Monday-Friday mornings @ 9:00 (CEST) and evenings @ 17:00 (CEST)

Institute of Public Health and Institute of Communication and Public Policy