On behalf of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health (HIGH) at University Hospital Heidelberg is organising the International Germany Alumni Seminar 2023 “DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN GLOBAL HEALTH” 18 – 23 April 2023, Heidelberg, Germany followed by participation in the DMEA 2023 Europe ́s leading event for Digital Health 25 – 27 April 2023, Berlin, Germany. More information through the Alumni page of HIGH.
We launched our training & community platform where you can find all our tutored and self-paced eLearning and blended learning courses as well as face-to-face short courses in Social Protection and Social Security, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Digital Health. Courses are accredited and elaborated in cooperation with the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health. You can sign up and follow our blog, access our library, and join our professional and alumni communities without participating in a course.
Water Governance, Urbanisation and Climate Change in the Trans-Himalaya presented to you by Dr. Juliane Dame from the South Asia Institute, Department of Geography at Heidelberg University.
Date: Thursday, 19/05/2022
Time: 17:15 – 18:30 h (UTC +2)
Optimizing Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health – Services in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Ghana Experience presented to you by Dr. Gloria J. Quansah Asare who is a Medical Doctor and Public Health Consultant at the Family Health Medicine School, Accra, Ghana.
Date: Thursday, 20/01/2022
Time: 17:15 – 18:30 h (UTC +1)
This course is focused on the role of economics in dealing with scarce resources and fair allocation of goods and services in health care. It introduces measuring the flow of funds in a health system through different forms of health care financing arrangements. The questions why health care should not be left to the market allocation mechanism and why the government might intervene are discussed.
Peru’s COVID-19 response – an insight to health work in Latin America presented to you by Ernesto Gozzer, Associated Professor at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (UPCH).
Date: Thursday, 10/06/2021
Time: 17:15 – 18:45 h (UTC +2)
This course introduces social protection and relates it to international conventions and their reflection in the national legislation. It explains the history of social protection in Europe and relates it to poverty and the structure of societies. Concepts and means to protect the poor and vulnerable are developed.