The Global Healthcare Management and Public Health Leadership Program is designed for Healthcare leaders and Public Health officials to address critical components of integrated health practice, epidemiology, health policy, behavioral sciences education, environmental health, and research. Global health targets can be successfully achieved through effective theory and scientific innovation management. WHO emphasizes the importance of developing well-trained public health professionals to deliver global health services through leadership training, strategic Healthcare planning, and implementation. Countries, especially developing nations and healthcare institutions, must prioritize developing a cadre of healthcare managers and leaders, primarily physicians. To improve quality care, global health managers with comparative knowledge of how health systems work in different countries must be hired for both urban and rural locations.
Your participation is an unmatched opportunity to build relationships with colleagues in the South Asia region and faculty that will serve you. The program will highlight international best practices in Global Healthcare Management and Public health Leadership. In addition, this program will focus on lessons learned and successful programs and policies adopted in the development of public health.