Summer School “Health care systems transformation: Eastern Europe”
In 2014, School of Public Health of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy together with Swiss-Ukrainian Mother and Child Program has launched – first in Ukraine – summer school on health care management. The Summer School got its inspiration from Lugano Summer School on Health Policy, Economics and Management in Switzerland.
Within two years Ukrainian Summer School has become regional platform for education and networking for the health care managers from Eastern Europe.
The Summer School stimulates the process of health systems transformation in the countries of Eastern Europe, because it responds to specific needs and context of Eastern European audience. The language-friendly environment (official English and Ukrainian; additional Russian) promotes effective communication and sharing experience between participants and professors.
Who organise Summer School
- School of Public Health of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
- UNICEF Ukraine
- Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Partners of Summer School (expertise and funding)
- UNICEF Ukraine
- International Renaissance Foundation
- The World Bank, Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova
- Swiss Development and Cooperation Office in Ukraine
- Maastricht University, the Netherlands
- Ministry of Health of Ukraine
Who can apply
We invite health care facility managers, health system administrators and policy makers, representatives of international agencies and NGOs from Ukraine and other Eastern European countries to apply for the Summer School.
Who are the speakers
Speakers of the School are leading professors, experts and professionals from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Basel, Switzerland), Maastricht University (Netherlands), UNICEF, World Bank, WHO, etc.
Design of Summer School
Summer School is a short-term intensive training program, and it takes place for about a week (6 days). School is held in an environment that facilitate fully concentration on participants’ studies.
The design of the School includes intensive training in the modules, plenary lectures, group work, practical project preparation and informal discussions on professional topics. Summer School 2016 Brochure
In case of further questions on Summer School, please, contact:
School of Public Health
Tel: +380 95 385 90 25