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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Program Design & Evaluation for Health Systems Strengthening by Johns Hopkins University

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About the Course

This course provides an introduction to designing and evaluating to strengthen the health system. After successful completion of all learning activities, course participants will be able to: 1. Define health systems strengthening 2. Describe health systems frameworks and how to incorporate them into evaluation planning 3. Describe how to design and prioritize implementation of health systems programs 4. Detail approaches to evaluate health systems programs, including data sources and study design 5. Introduce tools to assist with evaluation planning and simple models to assess health system intervention impact 6. Describe how to interpret health system evaluation findings and sustainability and scalability implications...
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By Mark K A

Aug 8, 2022

I have learned the process of evaluating a health system strengthening programme and will apply this skill at work. I wish to thank Coursera and Johns Hopkins University for offering me this course. The course was very interactive and I enjoyed every bit of learning

By huda g

Mar 6, 2022

Very useful contents and to the point

By Michael K

Jun 14, 2022

Informational but quite irritating. The speakers could do with expanding their vocabulary. I did the math on how many times they repeat the words "Health Systems Strengthening";

Module 1 - 50 times in 91 minutes (avg every 1 min 49 sec)

Module 2 - 34 times in 47 minutes and 15 seconds (avg every 1 min 38 sec)

Module 3 - 32 times in 48 minutes and 25 seconds (avg every 1 min 30 sec)

Total - 116 times over 3 hours, 6 mins, 4 seconds (avg every 1 min and 36 sec)

I am so numb to the words "Health Systems Strengthening" at this point. Repeating yourself to the learner every 90 seconds for over 3 hours is brutal. I couldn't be bothered to calculate the actual time that this took out of the course, but im betting a good 10 minutes saying one word.