Our courses are led by Facilitators with experience in diverse settings from high-, middle-, and low-income countries.
Which are the “best buy” interventions to prevent NCDs? In this course you will learn public health strategies to prevent and control NCDs, and changes needed in the health care system, with a focus on middle-and low-income countries.
In this course participants will learn how to engage individuals, hospitals, health service providers, social organisations, and government officials to develop partnerships and co-create positive change.
How can we review evidence to inform our work? In this course you will learn about the types of evidence reviews relevant for public health practice and research, including – among the others- systematic and scoping reviews.
Public health policy, practice, and research entail numerous ethical challenges. How should one decide what the right thing to do is? This course will equip participants with the tools, skills, and know-how that are necessary to assess and deal with ethical challenges.
In this course, participants will be exposed to the principles of Systems Thinking & System Dynamics Modelling, while learning how to model a part of the physical system and perform economic evaluation of various alternative strategies.
In this course you will learn how to conduct rapid needs assessments to support goal setting and prioritize actions, develop key indicators of the health status of a population and utilise human-centered design and behavioral science in a multi-stakeholder environment, to plan, coordinate and design services that really matter to and work well for communities.
The aim of this course is to introduce participants to key concepts and techniques of causal impact evaluations in global health and illustrate these based on case studies of existing global health policies and programs from around the world.
During this course, which aims at bridging the gap between cutting-edge science and technology and the actual practices in local public health, participants will acquire knowledge relevant to digital epidemiology, enhancing their public health toolkit.
This course introduces participants to the basic principles, methods, and tools for project management in a realistic context, allowing them to improve their ability to manage complex projects.
In this course you will learn why promoting lifestyle behaviors through evidence-based, multi-level approaches is as important as ever and what it takes to design for success.
This course will illustrate different ways and methods for effective and efficient knowledge transfer and exchange in public health, using practical examples from around the world and from a variety of health challenges.
How much do we spend on health and what are we achieving? 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.
In this course, participants will learn how to conduct meta-analysis and interpret the results of meta-analyses. Particular emphasis will be placed on meta-analytic methods to pool the quantitative evidence available.
In this course, participants will gain the knowledge and competencies that enable them to effectively translate evidence-based innovations into their own settings.
This course offers participants the opportunity to familiarize with essential concepts, technologies and policies about digitalization in health care. More specifically, it will focus on developing a robust understanding of the implications, constraints and opportunities in the application of digital health in a health system.