EXSPH - CE - School of Public Health

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School of Public Health

Below are the courses available from the EXSPH code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times.

40 units Non-credit course

With Canada's health system performance trailing behind many other countries, there is now a critical need for leaders who bring about transformative change. The Fellowship in Health System Improvement will provide a unique mix of learning and action oriented experiential opportunities over six weekend sessions. The fellowship is designed for current leaders and senior managers in health systems looking to increase their knowledge of health and health system performance, enhance personal and organizational leadership skills, build their understanding of international health systems and develop the ability to lead transformative change.

40 units Non-credit course

With Canada's health system performance trailing behind many other countries, there is now a critical need for leaders who bring about transformative change. The Fellowship in Health System Improvement will provide a unique mix of learning and action oriented experiential opportunities over six weekend sessions. The fellowship is designed for current leaders and senior managers in health systems looking to increase their knowledge of health and health system performance, enhance personal and organizational leadership skills, build their understanding of international health systems and develop the ability to lead transformative change.

39 units Non-credit course

Introduction to the basics of evaluation, including the foundations, approaches, steps, strategies, and ethical considerations of evaluation, with an application across diverse disciplines (e.g., health care, community development, government, not-for-profit).

39 units Non-credit course

Addressing the complex challenges facing communities requires new frameworks and practices to harness diverse perspectives and to facilitate dialogue, sense-making, deliberation, and collective action. This course will introduce learners to facilitation concepts, methods and tools relevant to community-based organizations and social innovation initiatives. Students will also get an opportunity to hone their skills in designing, delivering, and evaluating facilitative processes.