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European Master in Sustainable Regional Health Systems
European Credit Transfer
and Accumulation System
(ECTS):

120 ECTS

Degree:

MA

Language of instruction:

English

Description:
The European Master in Sustainable Regional Health Systems is a two years long interdisciplinary programme that aims to give vision, knowledge and tools to develop and manage coherent health systems that contribute both to health and sustainable regional development in their regional communities. This Master promotes the benchmarking of the different health system models helping to construct the comprehensive health system management and planning, including both health care and promotion. It aims to spread out the European model of health promotion and health planning. Its goal is also to promote sustainability and the role of health system in social cohesion and strengthening of social capital. This Master’s is a result of close cooperation of four European universities - University of Deusto (Spain), Vilnius University (Lithuania), University of Verona (Italy) and Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) with administrative institutions and private enterprises of various European regions, providing a mixed Public Health – Business Administration approach. Programme structure: 1.The Introduction workshop (5 ECTS) and Core modules (25 ECTS) - Deusto University (Spain); 2.Management Modules (30 ECTS)- Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary); 3.Specialization modules (30 ECTS) - Vilnius University (Lithuania) or University of Verona (Italy); 4.Research project (30 ECTS) - at one of the consortium universities according to student choice.The European Master in Sustainable Regional Health Systems is a two years long interdisciplinary programme of 120 ECTS that aims to give vision, knowledge and tools to develop and manage coherent health systems that contribute both to health and sustainable regional development in their regional communities.
Learning outcomes:
An understanding of the principles, concepts, policies and practicalities at the leading edge of managing progressive health systems and its relevance to broader public policy agendas, health entrepreneurship and its relevance to science and technology based business. •Adequate understanding of the different areas of knowledge in relation to social factors affecting patients in critical and complex situations. Knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of health policies and of alternative health models, their costs and consequences.

With the support of the Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Commision
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