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Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area and comprises 30% of its land area.

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Master of Public Health

American University of Armenia
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Armenia Yerevan

The AUA School of Public Health (SPH) offers a two-year graduate program in Public Health – Master of Public Health (MPH). The MPH program engages experienced professionals from health care and other related fields in transformational education and training in population-based approaches to health and health services research, [+]

Best Master Degrees in Health Administration in Asia 2017. The AUA School of Public Health (SPH) offers a two-year graduate program in Public Health – Master of Public Health (MPH). The MPH program engages experienced professionals from health care and other related fields in transformational education and training in population-based approaches to health and health services research, delivery, and evaluation. Our graduates are then prepared to lead in improving health and health services in Armenia, the Caucasus, Europe, and the World. The MPH provides a thorough grounding in population-based approaches to health sector problem identification, investigation, analysis, and managed response. The overall objective of the MPH Program is to prepare health professionals to draw on the knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines to define, critically assess the health needs of people, and translate that knowledge into improved health by designing, implementing, and evaluating programs to meet those needs. Thus, the intensive, modular curriculum emphasizes basic public health sciences and essential managerial and analytic skills including project planning and evaluation, epidemiologic investigation and data analysis, understanding complex determinants of health, effective communication to professional and lay audiences, and leadership. The two-year curriculum is organized around a guiding framework, which first provides students a conceptual overview of the diverse profession of public health and the team-oriented approach to professional practice. The courses are taught in intensive, sequential blocks, which build upon and integrate with each other. The first year curriculum provides exposure to the breadth of public health disciplines. The second year curriculum provides advanced training in key methodological disciplines and concludes with a student-directed thesis-like project which integrates essential public health knowledge, skills, and methods in a professionally and personally relevant practice context. Students proceed through the program as part of a defined cohort, fostering group spirit and gaining experience in multi-disciplinary group problem solving, project leadership, and management. While the program consists almost entirely of requirements, students infuse elective content through the multitude of individual and group projects associated with each module and through special studies activities. Students are encouraged to become involved with the Center for Health Services Research and Development, which provides an opportunity for supervised, mentored practical experiences while addressing the health needs of Armenia and the region. Course Listing Semester 1: Public Health Problem Solving and Techniques of Problem Investigation PH302 General Principles of Public Health Problem Solving (3 credit units) PH321 Inferential Biostatistics (5 credit units) PH322 Epidemiology (3 credit units) PH310 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health (3 credit units) PH311 Problem Investigation in Environmental Health (3 credit units) Semester 2: Program Planning, Implementation & Evaluation PH320 Data Management Systems (1 credit unit) PH330 Health Economics & Finance (4 credit units) PH331 Comparative Health Systems (2 credit units) PH332 Program Planning (3 credit units) PH340 Health Services Management (3 credit units) PH350 Project Development and Evaluation (4 credit units) PH390 MPH Project Planning (1 credit units) Semester 3: Advanced Methodology PH351 Qualitative Research Methods (3 credit units) PH352 Survey Research Methods (3 credit units) PH323 Biostatistics: Modeling and Sampling (4 credit units) PH324 Intermediate Epidemiology (3 credit units) PH391 Master’s Project Implementation – I (3 credit units) Semester 4: Synthesis PH360 Training of Trainers (3 credit units) PH381 Graduate Research seminar (3 credit units) PH392 Master’s Project Implementation- 2 (4 credit units) PH393 MPH Internship (3 credit units) Electives PH303 Special Studies Seminar (credit variable) PH304 MPH Elective (1 credit unit) [-]

Master's Degree In Leadership And Management Of Health Institutions

Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca
Online & Campus Combined Full time 1 year October 2017 Spain Madrid

Madrid Campus of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Faculty of Nursing and Physiotherapy Salus Infirmorum, aware of the need to train health managers and obligation to professionalize the management of health services at the present time, [+]

Program Description In the Madrid Campus of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Faculty of Nursing and Physiotherapy Salus Infirmorum, aware of the need to train health managers and obligation to professionalize the management of health services at the present time, offer a new Master in Management of Health Institutions, designed to provide these skills to professionals who are already working or interested in these matters, through a properly supervised practical theoretical experience. The Master Official University is aimed at executives who are already working in the Directorate and Management of Health Institutions and seek comprehensive training to develop their managerial skills: managers, medical and nursing directors, department heads, directors of health centers, etc. ., and graduates, graduates and graduates in any discipline of Health Sciences or other non-health related discipline management, who are interested in developing their professional activity in the field of health services management. GOALS The student to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in the field of Leadership and Management of Health Institutions, to perform a task management, assessment and evaluation of these institutions, both public domain properly and guarantee of success as private. The specific objectives are: Acquire the competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) for strategic planning at different levels of health action, knowing identify the key internal and external customers and their behaviors. Train students in the skills that enable them to plan objectives and strategies in the meso and micro management, consistent with the guidelines of the health organization. Acquire and reinforce individual and interpersonal skills necessary and essential for the health management can lead processes of change and development of the institution. In short, to train professionals who know how to manage a team of people in an environment of improving efficiency and management of crisis situations. Have the necessary knowledge to manage as a strategic tool skills, and generate added value in health institutions. Acquire the skills to manage R & D in the biomedical sector and health promotion. Know the tools of information systems, care and management, and acquire the skills to follow the operating plan, knowing interpret indicators and dashboards, and knowing perform corrective actions. Acquire adequate knowledge in economic and financial management of health institutions, to enable proper management of purchasing and supplier relationships in a competitive and changing environment. Acquire knowledge of health communication and marketing. Acquire the necessary measures to ensure the quality of services, by managing accreditation processes and systems skills. Understand and analyze the fundamentals and models of Hospital Care, Primary Care, Emergency and Health Emergencies. Professional Profiles: People dedicated to training in schools Curriculum MODULE I: POLICY AND HEALTH SYSTEM Matter 1: 4 ECTS Health Systems Matter 2: Health Law and Bioethics 4 ECTS MODULE II: MANAGEMENT AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT Matter 3: Health Planning 4 ECTS Matter 4: Human Resources Management ECTS 4 Matter 5: Development and Evaluation of Management Skills 3 ECTS Matter 6: Economic Financial Management, infrastructure and buy 3 ECTS MODULE III: HEALTH COMMUNICATION Matter 7: Marketing and Health Communication 3 ECTS Matter 8: Health Information Systems 3 ECTS MODULE IV: QUALITY MANAGEMENT Matter 9: Health Quality Management Systems Quality Management. Process Management 3 ECTS MODULE V: MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND R & D + I Matter 10: 3 ECTS Health Technologies Matter 11: Health Management Training 3 ECTS Matter 12: R & D + I care 3 ECTS MODULE VI: HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT Matter 13: Hospital Management and Specialized 4 ECTS Matter 14: Management of Primary Care, Emergency and Health Emergencies, and Mental Health 4 ECTS VII MODULE: Practicum Practicum 6 ECTS MODULE VIII: TFM Master's Thesis 6 ECTS Methodology: The Master has blended learning methodology, with a strong presence online training. classroom training: Sessions will be held with a sharing of theoretical training and roundtables with the participation of experts currently conduct related to the module online training: Is based on an interactive platform, in which the student will have a tutor who will be responsible for monitoring their progress throughout the course and resolve the doubts, and you can download the teaching units of each module, find teaching materials complementary upload material on the subjects under study to share with teachers and students, and can be also used as a forum to ask open-ended questions, teachers consultations and debates. In addition, this online training nor professional skills are neglected because, through the multimedia resources can be made interactive practices Duration and price Start date: October 2016 Duration: One academic year Price: 7,500 € Places available: 50 Location: Madrid Contact: secretaria@salusinfirmorum.es [-]

Master in Health Economics

Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The two-year Master in Health Economics prepares students for jobs in the Health Economics field. Students are taught on the ideal use of applied quantitative methods for the analysis of health care data. [+]

Best Master Degrees in Health Administration in Asia 2017. OVERVIEW The two-year Master in Health Economics prepares students for jobs in the Health Economics field. Students are taught on the ideal use of applied quantitative methods for the analysis of health care data and to provide a sound understanding of health economics issues that surface in today’s globalised economy. There is a growing requirement for trained health economists in the Middle East and in recent years, and regional health care systems have undergone major changes leading to extensive health economic evaluations. With a perceptible increase of big data within health care systems, there is an escalating demand for health care professionals to competently manage, explore, understand, and analyze data to facilitate quality in decision-making. International recognition Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi provides the combined experience of three globally renowned French universities including Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris-Descartes University and Pierre and Marie Curie University. This rich heritage of joint excellence is now available in Abu Dhabi, under the Ministry of Education and is recognised worldwide. STRUCTURE The degree in Health Economics is taught in English and covers a total of four semesters across two years, starting in September. At the end of this degree, you will have 120 credits. The exclusively designed course schedule includes evening classes from 4:30pm to 8:00pm in consideration of students who intend to combine their studies with work and working professionals. [-]

Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management)

The University of Newcastle, GradSchool (Online)
Online Part time July 2017 Australia Newcastle

The program has been designed to train doctors to be clinical leaders with a broad perspective on patient care and hospital management and is open to both domestic and international applicants. [+]

Become a clinical leader with a broad perspective on patient care and hospital management equipped to face the exciting global challenges of clinical leadership in 21st century health care. The growing international recognition and demand for doctors with generalist expertise who can provide effective and coordinated inter-professional patient care across specialist disciplines, prompted the University of Newcastle to introduce the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management). As the number of patients with multiple conditions increases globally, the University of Newcastle, in partnership with the New South Wales Ministry of Health and the New South Wales Health Education Training Institute (HETI) have collaborated to develop this unique and exciting program that blends clinical medicine with health leadership and management. The program has been designed to train doctors to be clinical leaders with a broad perspective on patient care and hospital management and is open to both domestic and international applicants. Providing you with an up-to-date education in clinical medicine, leadership and management, you will be prepared with the skills and knowledge to take on senior generalist hospital positions and inter-professional team leadership roles across the full range of health care facilities. Comprised of eight core courses undertaken part-time over two years, the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management) is delivered within an experiential and applied framework. The course is led, coordinated and delivered by a range of practicing health service clinical leaders and the University of Newcastle’s Faculty of Health and Medicine academics, including world-wide renowned medical leader, Professor Kichu Nair. Our advanced online learning system provides you with the flexibility and support to study anytime, anywhere to balance work, life and study. You can successfully achieve your Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management) at a time that suits you. Sponsorship Candidates applying from NSW may be eligible to apply for sponsorship. Is it for you? Are you interested in becoming a clinical leader within the hospital medical workforce working to improve the quality of patient care? The University of Newcastle, in collaboration with the NSW Ministry of Health and the NSW Health Education and Training Institute has developed the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management) in response to growing international recognition of the generalist role. If you are a senior clinician looking to extend your responsibilities into clinical leadership and management; a clinician in the early stages of your career looking to develop and manage patients across the health system; or you are a doctor interested in providing and improving clinical care in hospitals, this masters program could be for you. To be eligible to study the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management), you will need to: be currently registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA); have worked for a minimum of two years full-time in a clinical setting following the completion of your medical degree; and have English language skills at the appropriate level Career Pathways The Master of Clinical Education (Leadership and Management) at the University of Newcastle is an experience based program designed to develop doctors in hospitals to be clinical leaders with a broad perspective on patient care and hospital management. The advanced clinical leadership and management skills you will learn through this carefully designed program will provide you with the expertise required for senior generalist positions. The role of a generalist requires you to be an effective communicator and clinical care coordinator across independent clinical disciplines, filling the gaps that exist in current hospital processes. You may also transfer these skills to a range of other roles including: department or unit director; director of prevocational training; quality improvement and system redesign; clinical governance; director of research; and education. Specialisations The University of Newcastle has developed the program, in collaboration with the NSW Ministry of Health and the NSW Health Education and Training Insitute to provide continuing education for doctors working in hospitals and to open new career pathways as a senior generalist. Studying eight prescribed courses over two years part-time, the program prepares doctors within the hospital medical workforce to be clinical leaders with a ‘generalist’ perspective. You will learn the appropriate knowledge, professional skills and attitudes to be an effective communicator and provide appropriate hospital-wide interprofessional clinical leadership. Throughout the program you will learn to evaluate, assess and develop clinical competence, learn the economics and governance of the health care system and develop superior management and leadership skills to manage interprofessional teams and system redesign. You will learn audit, safety and quality improvement tools for clinical practice; and techniques required to enhance the safety and quality of health care services. The Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management) will help to deepen your understanding of complex clinical care, extend your professional networks and teach you to embrace personal reflection and ongoing learning. Program Convenor, Professor Kichu Nair brings experience and insight to the program with an established reputation as the Director of the Centre for Medical Professional Development, Hunter New England Health in Newcastle, Australia. Working with real life scenarios, applying your learned clinical leadership and management skills, you will be prepared to appropriately and effectively manage challenging situations in a team and as a leader whilst maintaining appropriate care for the patient. Admission Requirements hold a degree which qualifies them to practice medicine; show evidence of current registration to work as a medical practitioner; and provide evidence of completion of internship and at least one further year of clinical experience, equating to at least 2 years postgraduate medical experience. Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements Applicants who do not speak English as a first language must demonstrate that they meet the University's English proficiency requirement. Further information regarding English language proficiency requirements can be found at the English Language Proficiency for Admission Policy at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/about-uon/governance-and-leadership/policy-library/document?RecordNumber=D15/15438 Applicants are required to provide either: evidence of English language skills at IELTS academic level 7 or the equivalent, and achieve the required minimum score in each component of the IELTS academic module, OET or approved (AHPRA) alternatives; OR a statement from their employing hospital confirming that the applicant has at least two years documented professional work experience, carried out in the medium of English and undertaken within two years of the submission of application for entry to the M Clin Med (L&M) program. Note: Applications from applicants seeking admission on the basis of 2. above will be considered on a case-by-case basis. [-]

Master en Management de l’Hôpital et de la Santé

ESA Business School - Ecole Supérieure des Affaires
Campus Full time 12 months October 2017 Lebanon Beirut France Paris + 2 more

The Master in Hospital and Health Management aims to train experts on the evaluation of health actions and the steering of organizations and projects in the health, social and hospital sector. [+]

MHS: Master en Management de l’Hôpital et de la Santé

Specialized curriculum in Health Management Target: Holder of a master’s degree Minimum experience: 3 years Language:French

Objective

The Master in Hospital and Health Management aims to train experts on the evaluation of health actions and the steering of organizations and projects in the health, social and hospital sector.

Two international diplomas Master in Hospital and Health Management from the ESA Master 2 "AMES" – Analysis and management of healthcare institutions, delivered by the Paris Diderot-Paris 7 and the École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique (EHESP). Course structure ... [-]