Analysing Health Systems: Lessons From COVID-19


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Obtain an official certificate of professional achievement from The London School of Economics and Political Science by completing the following course: Analysing Health Systems: Lessons From COVID-19. This online certificate course, designed by faculty from the Department of Health Policy at LSE, aims to improve the design, implementation, and evaluation of health policy and systems through multidisciplinary research and teaching. The course explores the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to existing health systems, covering topics such as financial losses, disparities in healthcare quality and coverage, institutional and health system governance failures, and more. By critically evaluating health system performance and understanding the reasons behind varying outcomes, participants will gain the necessary tools and expertise to identify systematic issues and improve health structures. The course is suitable for medical and public sector professionals, civil servants, policymakers, researchers, advisors, hospital directors, healthcare administrators, public health specialists, senior managers, and leaders. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an official certificate of competence from the London School of Economics and Political Science. The course duration is six weeks, with a self-paced online learning format requiring approximately 7-10 hours of study per week.

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