HEALTH SYSTEMS THROUGH CRISIS AND RECOVERY
The Course focuses on health issues, but it is open to professionals from other disciplines.
We appreciate that some of you may have faced problems in submitting your application through our new online system. While we invite you to use the online system, if you did face problems with the registration, please send the following documents to the course’s email address firstname.lastname@example.org:
- The application form in word format duly filled;
- An updated copy of your CV;
- A currently valid identity document;
- A copy of your university degree (if any);
- Any other document you deem relevant for the Selection Committee to consider.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Millions of people do not have access to health care, because health systems in many countries are either non-existent or dramatically failing. Most of them live in areas chronically affected by violent conflict or slowly re-emerging from it.
The volatility and complexity of conflict and post-conflict contexts pose daunting challenges to health workers – both national and international – who are called to rehabilitate derelict health structures. Lack of properly prepared professionals in this field has often resulted in reconstruction efforts characterized by weak analysis, little understanding, inadequate planning and poor implementation. This training programme intends to alleviate this gap.
The Course, held for the first time in 2005, has evolved substantially since then. It is actively kept in progress, by constantly updating its contents, introducing new study topics and materials, and inviting new experienced lecturers. The Course programme maintains a degree of flexibility to discuss in detail topics of particular interest to participants.
The Course is taught in English. It is intensive in nature and demands from participants a pro-active attitude. Interaction with the trainers is encouraged through the use of case studies and practical exercises. Ample space is devoted to testimonies and reflections drawn from the personal experience of trainers and trainees.
The Course enrolment fee amounts to:
- 1.500,00 Euros for participants sponsored by any organization or by their employer;
- 1.200,00 Euros for self-sponsored participants
and includes attendance of all the lessons, the teaching material and the lunch on class days at the canteen.
An early bird discount is reserved for candidates applying before the 13th of January 2020. For early birds, the course fee is:
- 1.000,00 Euros for participants sponsored by any organization or by their employer;
- 800,00 Euros for self-sponsored participants
At the end of the Course the Sant’Anna School will issue a certificate of attendance to the students who attended at least 80% of the lessons, and passed the assessment tests foreseen