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MSc in Human Resources for Global Health

Global Health Workforce Planning
(11 - 22 February 2013)

Managing and Developing the Health Workforce
(08 - 19 April 2013)

Emerging Challenges in the Global Health Workforce
(October - November 2013 – dates tbc)

The Institute for International Health and Development, based at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland, offers multidisciplinary postgraduate education, research and technical assistance to development agencies, non-government organisations and government.

Through its Institute for International Health and Development QMU is one of the few global health training institutions with a specific focus on Human Resources in Health (HRH).  Now in its 3rd year, the MSc degree in Human Resources for Global Health has attracted strong candidates from a range of countries working on HR issues in public sector, government and NGO settings.

Geared towards health professionals as well as experienced graduates, the HRH modules aim to provide an understanding of the key factors shaping skills, motivation, and capacity of the health workforce, as well as practical skills for workforce planning, management, and productivity in the broader context of health systems strengthening.

Please find details of the professional short courses and how to apply here.