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  • Management Cycle: from Planning to Evaluation

    The planning process in health care known as management cycle or cycle of organization and management is described. The cycle is divided in four main elements: planning, organization, implementation and evaluation. Each element is defined and described.

    Health Care as a System: Elements, Boundaries, Levels

    Introduction to system analysis and health care system. A systematic examination of a system (situation, problem) is described. Elements and boundaries of health care system. Description and taxonomy of health care system. Levels of health care with characteristics of each level. Two exercises are given.

    Health and Development

    Better health leads to faster economic growth which in turn, leads to healthier populations. Historical studies have shown that a substantial proportion of today's economic wealth can be attributed directly to past achievements in the health sphere. Health contributes to human capital through higher productivity, securing labour supply, through skills and the savings that become available for investment in physical and intellectual capital. Poor health negatively influences labour market prod...

    Terminology exercise

    The field of public health has a distinctly uncoordinated terminology. The reason for this is that terms are taken over from different other scientific fields or are created according to historical needs and circumstances in different countries. A local jargon is frequently used. The task of this module is to review a group of terms on the enclosed list which will be often used during the public health course. It is expected from students to give short description of definition of previously ...

    Education and Training as Part of Health Practice

    Education, training and permanent learning are essential for health manpower development.
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