O2H – New Health Crises Resilience Training, Call for Nominations

A university-based training program called “Open to Health (O2H) – Health Crises Resilience Certificate” provides executive training in health governance and crisis resilience. Its objective is to aid in enhancing and strengthening global, regional, national, and local resilience against upcoming health-harming catastrophes. The EUI School of Transnational Governance and the Universidad de los Andes jointly oversee the curriculum, which collaborates with partners all around the world.

Pandemic COVID-19 The COVID-19 epidemic is the most recent reminder that health systems need to become more crisis-resilient. Infectious diseases may generate crises in the future just as much as natural disasters, armed conflict, climate change, or other factors. There is a genuine need for systemic preparedness, and it is more obvious than ever before that managing public health emergencies requires a whole-of-society and a whole-of-government approach is the most recent reminder that health systems need to become more crisis-resilient.

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Infectious diseases may generate crises in the future just as much as natural disasters, armed conflict, climate change, or other factors. There is a genuine need for systemic preparedness, and it is more obvious than ever before that managing public health emergency requires a whole-of-society and whole-of-government approach.

A university-based training program called “Open to Health (O2H) – Health Crises Resilience Certificate” provides executive training in health governance and crisis resilience. Its objective is to aid in enhancing and strengthening global, regional, national, and local resilience against upcoming health-harming catastrophes. The EUI School of Transnational Governance and the Universidad de los Andes jointly oversee the curriculum, which collaborates with partners all around the world.

The program will put an emphasis on skills including gender-based approaches, data competency (interpretation and visualization), community-based policy design, strategic and systemic thinking, policy and risk communication, and more.

The program consists of two core courses that last six weeks each and are taught using a combination of live interactive sessions and pre-recorded information totaling 12 hours. Additional time is allotted for readings and assignments.

Upon completion of each course, participants will get a certificate of attendance. In order to obtain academic credit toward a post-graduate credential, participants may optionally choose to take additional tests.

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