In keeping with its commitment to prepare action-oriented leaders to address pressing health challenges creatively, the Forum provides three courses each year to give students the chance to learn about the process of making and influencing decisions at different levels and both within and across health systems.
These include a simulation course that offers students the opportunity to participate in simulated meetings of high-level health system organizations, and global health courses which give students the chance to examine and appreciate the dynamics of global health decision-making.
Through these courses, the Forum is helping to shape the future of healthcare leadership, and providing innovative learning opportunities for senior-level students who have a particular interest in how health systems function at the local, regional, national and international levels.
For details on the health systems and health policy course, click here
For details on the simulations course, click here.
Details on the global health courses are available here.
For details on the doctoral seminar in health policy, click here