7 July 2024
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Health Equality in All Policies
The ‘’Health Equality in All Policies’’ summer school is a five day program which offers a unique illustration of the field of public health. By definition, this is a field in which many different perspectives are needed and a wide range of stakeholders work together. This summer school will give you an understanding of the complexities of such a broad policy area. You will learn about relevant theoretical perspectives and what we can learn from those when considering public health challenges. We will focus on the urgent theme of reducing health inequalities. Participants apply the insights they gain each day to a challenge.
Each day the program focuses on a different policy discipline and its relevance to public health and health equality. Day 1 will focus on a psychological point of view. On day 2 participants will be introduced to how the humanities view health. Day 3 will introduce you to how the built and social environment affect health over the life course. Day 4 will focus on data-driven (public health) policies. On day 5 participants will identify the role of law in reducing health inequalities. The program will include a multitude of inspiring elements such as lectures, city walks, games, stories and rich practices.
Bachelor students from year 2 and up, master students postgraduate students (PhDs, post-docs), researchers and practitioners in the public health domain; all disciplines are welcome!
It is expected that the participants have a sufficient command of the English language to actively participate in the discussions and to present their own work in English.
After this course you will be able to:
1. Familiarise themselves with the notion of health inequalitity and inequity;
2. Learn to identify and present the issue while recognising the different perspectives;
3. Understand the inherent complexity and the fact that tackling the issue will require a long term multidisciplinary commitment;
4. Apply the insights from different theoretical perspectives to a challenge
Preparation: 6,5 hours
Lectures and workshops: 34,5 hours
Presentation: 1 hour
Upon successful completion of the programme, the Summer School offers a Certificate of Attendance that mentions the workload of 42 hours (28 hours corresponds to 1 ECTS). Students can apply for recognition of these credits to the relevant authorities in their home institutions, therefore the final decision on awarding credits is at the discretion of their home institutions. We will be happy to provide any necessary information that might be requested in addition to the certificate of attendance.
EUR 205: for Bachelor and Master students
EUR 305: for PhD's and professionals
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