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Introduction to health policy and systems

Cette UE vise à fournir aux étudiants des connaissances de base en politiques et systèmes de santé, et à leur enseigner les concepts, principes et compétences scientifiques nécessaires pour renforcer un système de santé afin d’améliorer la santé de populations. Les étudiants apprennent à anticiper les besoins futurs relatifs à l'évolution des modèles de santé communautaire et aux nouveaux besoins sociétaux et à l’élaboration de politiques de santé. Généralement, les professionnels de la santé publique apprennent à proposer des solutions techniques aux problèmes de santé de la population. Cependant, dans de nombreux cas, la santé a du mal à passer au travers d'un processus complexe d'élaboration de politiques publiques. Le pouvoir, les intérêts, la politique et les droits de l’homme ne sont que des exemples d’éléments influant sur l’élaboration des programmes, la création et la mise en œuvre des politiques. Ce cours constitue une introduction complète à l’étude des structures et objectifs d’un système de santé ainsi que l’étude du pouvoir et des processus dans les politiques de santé.


Temps présentiel : 16 heures


Charge de travail étudiant : 5 heures


Méthode(s) d'évaluation : Examen final, Travail personnel


Référence :
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Ce cours est proposé dans les diplômes suivants
 Diplôme d'orthophonie (Premier cycle)
Master en psychomotricité