This course offers an introduction to the learning health system approach to system innovation and transformation. The course will draw on multi-disciplinary principles to provide a range of conceptual models and practical tools students can employ in different contexts. The course provides students with core concepts and practical tools that they can use to understand and identify opportunities for health system innovation and system change in range of settings. The course will provide them with skills to develop and design innovations and the written and oral communication strategies and skills so that they can concisely describe and defend system innovation options.
Students will demonstrate that they understand key conceptual models and tools and are able to apply those to identifying opportunities for change and developing health system innovations in a range of contexts.
Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate in short written documents and oral presentations a structured synthesis of concepts, tools and materials that provide the basis for describing and recommending approaches to system innovation in a range of contexts.
- Individual written assignment 1
- Individual written assignment 2
- Individual written assignment 3
- Group Assignment (Written Report)
- Group Presentation 1
- Group Presentation 2
- Dates: TBD TBD TBD