By the end of this specialisation, students should be able to:
1.Identify key components of a well-functioning health system and make recommendations for context specific interventions for health system reform;
2.Critically compare different health system models in order to identify opportunities and challenges for health systems around the world;
3.Assess the health impacts of policies, plans, and projects in order to make recommendations for decision makers to prevent disease and promote health;
4.Apply a root cause analysis approach in order to diagnose service delivery specific bottlenecks;
5.Critique strategies to mitigate global human-resources-for-health challenges in order to support evidence informed decision making for health system reform;
6.Formulate recommendations for health system reform in order to develop context-specific interventions that fit population needs.
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