In this course, learners will become familiar with principles and theories of global health problems, and major challenges and controversies in improving global population health as well as practical applications of quantitative methods to analyze and interpret issues and challenges for policy. Topics will include health and foreign policy, health governance, acute disease surveillance, non-communicable diseases, burden of disease, universal health coverage, health systems strengthening, health financing, and human resources for health and ageing.
Global Health PolicyThe University of Tokyo
About this Course
Hiroshi Nishiura(Former Affiliation) Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
Stuart Gilmour(Former Affiliation) Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
The University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university, UTokyo offers courses in essentially all academic disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research across the full spectrum of academic activity.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM GLOBAL HEALTH POLICY
Great course! Relevant information and statistical review of data concerning global health policy and lessons to be learnt from Japan's health system success story. The challenges and way forward.
Insightful information on Japan's health system and approach compared to other countries.
I learned a lot in this course it was 100% amazing
Thanks for helping me to do this course, very happy to complete it
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