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Module 1: Rising awareness of Structural Healthcare Contexts (Health Law & Policy)Einklappen

Date: 22 – 26 August 2022 (5 days / 7 hours)
Location: Bern
Module leader: Prof. C. Zenger

The module provides an insight into the peculiarities of legislation and jurisprudence, into key aspects of the interplay between health system-related EU law and national legislation of member and non-member states, into the mechanisms of political processes and into the problem of system comparisons. Challenges for management and leadership due to diverging national legal frameworks are addressed, using examples from inpatient and outpatient health care, drug distribution and dispensing, health insurance, etc. from a theoretical and practical perspective.

 By the end of this module, students will

  • have robust knowledge of the main parameters of health law and policy.
  • have a good understanding of what health law is and how the policy cycle works.
  • have detailed knowledge of health care systems in an international and legal context.
  • understand the influence of law for leadership and health care management.
  • know the main parameters of EU health law and the law of member and non-member states.
  • understand the importance of considering country-specific legal requirements in the decision-making process.
  • have a good understanding of the international relevant legal requirements in the Swiss health law system.
Module 2: Financing & Cost-Effectiveness in Healthcare (Health Economics)Einklappen

Date: 10 – 14 October 2022 (5 days / 7 hours)
Location: Bayreuth
Module leader: Prof. V. Ulrich

The module aims at providing key insights into the field of health economics, health efficacy, health policy, and health research in a European context. Questions are related to the allocation of healthcare resources, models of integrated care and payment systems for health services. The module will also look at international and country-specific perspectives and applications.

By the end of this module, students will

  • have robust knowledge of the main economic tools and the transferability to different health care systems.
  • know the basic approach of measuring quality of life und calculating cost-effectiveness of health economic measures.
  • have a good understanding of the importance of asymmetric information in health care.
  • understand basic differences between pay-as-you-go and funding.
  • have understanding of the aspects and dimensions of sustainability in health care and health inequalities.
  • know the most important financial management tools.
  • be able to apply methods of cost accounting and management systems.
  • understand performance controlling and value creation in healthcare.
  • benefit from the understanding of the interdependencies between controlling, decision making and organizational dimensions.
Module 3: Leadership & Management in the Healthcare OrganisationsEinklappen

Date: 13 – 17 March 2023 (5 days / 7 hours)
Location: Ormskirk
Module leader: Dr. A. Kaehne

The aim of the module is to provide an overview of the health care sector in the UK through the lens of NHS management and governance practice. The module will also provide a critical and evaluative perspective on leadership theories, styles and approaches in the context of strategic change management in health systems, the emerging equality, diversity and inclusion agenda and facilitate learning necessary for management expertise and skills related to integrated care models and patient centred care.

By the end of this module, students will

  • have robust knowledge of the main parameters of health and social care service planning, commissioning and delivery in England.
  • have a good understanding of the regulatory and equality, diversity and inclusion policy context of NHS England.
  • have detailed knowledge of strategic change management and leadership approaches in health systems.
  • be able to critically appraise health service delivery through the lens of patient experiences using patient journey tools and patient centred care models.
  • have understanding of the aspects and dimensions of integrated care in health systems.
Module 4: How to integrate Management and Public Health (Public Health)Einklappen

Date: 12 – 16 June 2023 (5 days / 7 hours)
Location: Rennes
Module leader: Dr. C. Keller

The aim of the module is to provide an overview of the health care sector in France through the lens of Government policy, State owned bodies and Health care providers. The module will also provide a critical and evaluative perspective on health focused theories and models, strategies and methods in public health marketing and in quality of work-life for health professionnals promoting. In the context of environmental transition, the module aims to facilitate the further enhancement of management expertise and skills to face environmental concerns, epidemic crisis to design appropriate and innovative organizations.

By the end of this module, students will

  • have robust knowledge of the main concepts and methods involved in Public Health.
  • be able to critically appraise different.
  • understand the needs to integrate environmental concerns into health care bodies and management.
  • have understanding of some ways to make the health care system “greener”
Module 5: Project workEinklappen

Date: Combined with and integrated in the modules 1 – 4 as well as online and at home (total 110 to 130 hours)
Supervisors:  Prof. C. Zenger, Prof. V. Ulrich, Dr. A. Kaehne, Dr. C. Keller

The participants work on tasks relating to real life examples, usually from or related to the own area of expertise individually or in a group. In doing so, they transfer the knowledge acquired in modules 1 - 4 into practice. We encourage project work to be conducted in groups of participants from different countries.

By the end of this module, students will

  • have designed, methodically clarified, planned, implemented and, if possible, successfully completed a project.
  • have written a project paper that refers to the project, presents and discusses the contents as well as the findings and conclusions gained from it.

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