Our courses are led by Facilitators with experience in diverse settings from high-, middle-, and low-income countries.
In this course you will learn the underlying principles that make social media powerful and dangerous at the same time, with a focus on their use in global health.
In this course you will learn about challenges in public mental health, and to identify and use policy options for the implementation of mental health policies.
Which are the “best buy” interventions to prevent NCDs? In this course you will learn public health strategies to curb NCDs, and changes needed in the health care system, with a focus on middle-and low-income countries.
In this course you will learn how to engage individuals, hospitals, health service providers, social organisations, and government officials to develop partnerships and co-create positive change.
How do we estimate the potential impact of evidence-based interventions in real-world settings? In this course you will learn methods of systems modelling and simulation to capture the complexity of quantifying uncertainty to better inform policy and planning decisions.
This course aims to introduce and help develop transformational leadership competencies in public health practitioners, researchers, administrators, and policy influencers.
This course aims to understand the complex dynamics that occur in countries with large disparities in wealth, the promising avenues in increasing social mobility and the deep connections between inequality and health.
This course focuses on logistics and supply chain management in humanitarian context
Learn how and why air pollution impacts our health and how to use research and data to inform policy making to improve air quality and public health.
How should we pay for health care? How much capacity do we need? Which is the inter-relationship between income and health? In this course you will learn how the tools of health economics can be used to understand the health and welfare implications of how our health care systems are funded and organized.
Management projects well is fundamental to their success. In this course you will learn the principles of Project Cycle Management and the use of the Logic Framework Approach when writing a project proposal.
The design and architecture of health facilities impact the health and wellbeing of patients and staff. From multidisciplinary perspective, learn how to create better communications and design of spaces, and how to scale these to local resources.
In this course you will learn why promoting lifestyle behaviours through evidence-based, multi-level approaches is as important as ever and what it takes to design for success.
This course will use a variety of historical and current examples to discuss where past experience has been incorporated into future planning, where it has not, focusing on important lessons lost or used to benefit public health planning and actions.
This course focuses on the challenges and opportunities of tracking expenditures and assessing efficiencies to meet strategic objectives and inform policy and health system reforms.