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WHO Training for Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis Experts – 2022

WHO Training for Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis Experts – 2022

This virtual training will support the systematic implementation of the Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis, including adaptations to embed the analysis with ongoing processes, by building capacity across a set of health financing and system experts. It will follow the process laid out in the Step-by-Step Guide to Conducting a Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis.
 
Facilitated course (approximately 20 hours of course time)

Advanced course on health financing for UHC 2022 (facilitated) (2nd edition)

Health financing is a core function of all health systems and can enable progress towards universal health coverage (UHC) by improving effective service coverage and financial protection. Since 2013 the WHO Health Financing Team in Geneva has held an advanced face-to-face course on health financing for UHC for low- and middle-income countries; the course complements WHO’s e-Learning Course on Health Financing Policy for UHC. This is the 8th iteration of the course, and the second delivered as a fully facilitated, online course.

Facilitated course (approximately 25 hours of course time)

Health Financing Policy for Universal Health Coverage (self-paced)

This course aims to improve understanding of health financing policy, and how it can support progress towards universal health coverage (UHC). Based on WHO’s health systems framework, the different functions of health financing policy, namely revenue raising, pooling, purchasing, and benefit package design, are each discussed in detail with extensive country illustrations.

Self-paced (approximately 6 hours of course time)

Politique de Financement de la Santé pour la Couverture Santé Universelle (self-paced)

This course aims to improve understanding of health financing policy, and how it can support progress towards universal health coverage (UHC). Based on WHO’s health systems framework, the different functions of health financing policy, namely revenue raising, pooling, purchasing, and benefit package design, are each discussed in detail with extensive country illustrations.

Self-paced (approximately 6 hours of course time)

Финансирование здравоохранения (self-paced)

This course aims to improve understanding of health financing policy, and how it can support progress towards universal health coverage (UHC). Based on WHO’s health systems framework, the different functions of health financing policy, namely revenue raising, pooling, purchasing, and benefit package design, are each discussed in detail with extensive country illustrations.

Self-paced (approximately 6 hours of course time)

Public Financial Management – 2021

This module will look at some of the issues surrounding Public Financial Management (PFM) and explore how PFM can provide a supportive environment for health financing reform toward universal health coverage.

Self-paced (approximately 1 hour of course time)

Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis – 2021 (Self-Paced)

This module on Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis will provide you with an approach to analysing efficiency across health programmes within a health system. Through analysing health programmes based on their common health system functions, you can see how they interact with one another and the overall system, and where inefficiencies can be identified.

Self-paced (approximately 1 hour of course time)

WHO Training for Health Financing Assessment Experts – 2021

WHO Training for Health Financing Assessment Experts - 2021
This virtual training will support the systematic implementation of two diagnostic assessments:  1) the Health Financing Progress Matrix; and 2) the Cross-Programmatic Efficiency Analysis by building capacity across a set of health financing and system experts. This tailored training course will focus on content, process, and implementation of these two assessments.

Facilitated course (approximately 20 hours of course time)

Advanced Course on Health Financing for UHC 2021

Health financing is a core function of all health systems and can enable progress towards universal health coverage (UHC) by improving effective service coverage and financial protection.

Since 2013 the WHO Health Financing Team in Geneva has held an advanced face-to-face course on health financing for UHC for low- and middle-income countries; the course complements WHO’s e-Learning Course on Health Financing Policy for UHC. To respond to the situation presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, this completely new course provides an online facilitated advanced health financing course.

Facilitated course (approximately 25 hours of course time)

Engaging Communities in Preventing Suicide

The first e-learning course on Engaging Communities in Preventing Suicide has now been launched.

This e-learning course comprises six modules which cover a step-by-step guidance on how to engage communities in suicide prevention. Each module covers a particular step in the process of developing, implementing and evaluating an action plan for suicide prevention led from within the community. This course is designed for anyone interested in developing activities to prevent suicide in their local community.

Self-paced (approximately 7 hours of course time)