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About the programme:
L-ead – Leveraging e-health workforce by advanced skills

The Summer School focusses on strengthening e-skills and leveraging the digital health workforce by using innovative mixed education methods. Transversal skills required to adapt the advanced technologies in cross-border healthcare and health workforce development will be discussed in order to understand the complex environment and the benefits of digital ecosystems. Participants will internalize essential e-skills via interactive group works, case studies and a digital health challenge.

About the Lead partner:
Semmelweis University
Health Services Management Training Centre

Semmelweis University (SU) is the oldest medical school in Hungary. Health Services Management Training Centre, the institute of SU pursues the goal of developing health services by generating better management knowledge and practice. In addition, the institute has a leading role in health workforce planning and forecasting dialogue via international projects and activities (e.g., consortium leader at the “Support for the Health Workforce Planning and Forecasting Expert Network” Joint Tender and contributes to knowledge exchange via the entitlement of WHO Collaborating Centre on Human Resources for Health Development). The institute also has significant activities in e-health, m-health and big data field and international projects.

About the associate partners:
Universidad de Navarra

IESE Business School, Universidad de Navarra has experience already in providing Summer Schools and project-based discussions. IESE also has an extensive experience in working this case-based studies.

E-Group

E-Group is a software group specialized in information security, secure financial payment transactions, and smart multimedia messaging products and services. E-Group has experience in big data supported healthcare developments and practices data-driven projects in health system strengthening.

About the programme:
L-ead – Leveraging e-health workforce by advanced skills

The Summer School focusses on strengthening e-skills and leveraging the digital health workforce by using innovative mixed education methods. Transversal skills required to adapt the advanced technologies in cross-border healthcare and health workforce development will be discussed in order to understand the complex environment and the benefits of digital ecosystems. Participants will internalize essential e-skills via interactive group works, case studies and a digital health challenge.

About the Lead partner:
Semmelweis University
Health Services Management Training Centre

Semmelweis University (SU) is the oldest medical school in Hungary. Health Services Management Training Centre, the institute of SU pursues the goal of developing health services by generating better management knowledge and practice. In addition, the institute has a leading role in health workforce planning and forecasting dialogue via international projects and activities (e.g., consortium leader at the “Support for the Health Workforce Planning and Forecasting Expert Network” Joint Tender and contributes to knowledge exchange via the entitlement of WHO Collaborating Centre on Human Resources for Health Development). The institute also has significant activities in e-health, m-health and big data field and international projects.

About the associate partners:
Universidad de Navarra

IESE Business School, Universidad de Navarra has experience already in providing Summer Schools and project-based discussions. IESE also has an extensive experience in working this case-based studies.

E-Group

E-Group is a software group specialized in information security, secure financial payment transactions, and smart multimedia messaging products and services. E-Group has experience in big data supported healthcare developments and practices data-driven projects in health system strengthening.

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