Leadership and Change Management in International Health

Die Teilnehmenden eigen sich die nötigen Fähigkeiten an, um Gesundheitsdienste auch in komplexen Situationen gewährleisten zu können und Veränderungen erfolgreich anzuleiten und umzusetzen.

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The success of health service organizations, whether at the clinic, hospital, district or central level, depends upon the ability of the organisations’ leaders to influence the action of others, both internally and externally. 

While many of the commonly associated traits of leadership may be engrained in an individual’s personality, much can also be learned.

The overall objective of this course is to explore advanced topics in leadership as it pertains to change management in dynamic health care environments found in low and middle income countries.

Through participatory learning exercises, paticipants will be taught the skills necessary as an organisational leader to assess, plan, and implement organisational change under conditions of uncertainty and complexity.

Kategorie

  • Global Public Health
  • Quality Management
  • Sonstige - Public Health

Datum / Uhrzeit

14.–25.05.2018     

Veranstalter und Veranstaltungsort

Institut für Public-Health, Heidelberg

Target Group and Prerequisites

Eligible are public health professionals, project planners and managers, paramedical staff, social scientists, tropEd students and others. The course is held in English. Fluency in English (Reading, Speaking, Writing) is required.

3 ECTS (tropEd Master in International Health)

Course Fee

General admittance: EUR 1.500,-
troEd students: EUR 1.000,-

Information and Registration

Contact

Anne-Kathrin Fabricius, M.A.
Assistant Short Courses Coordinator
Institute of Public 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@remove-this.uni-heidelberg.de

Anfrage / Anmeldung


“Very important course, very im-portant content, excellently chosen topics and literature.” Participant’s feedback 2013
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