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Effective responses from the health system to the major challenges of a rapidly changing world require effective financial, workforce and service planning. Planning is both a technical and political activity.
This course introduces the principles and practice of integrated health planning, and evaluates the effectiveness of health policies, planning and services.
Anyone seeking to develop skills and knowledge in the planning of health services, and the translation of health policy into practice.
QUT Kelvin Grove Victoria Park Road Kelvin Grove Qld 4059
Course dates for 2018 are to be confirmed.
You can complete the workshop modules only, or choose to also complete the optional assessment module. Participants choosing to undertake assessment will be assumed to have an understanding of health systems.
Fees for 2018 are to be confirmed. See 2017 fees for an indication of costs.
Register before 5pm on 29 May 2017 to receive a 10% early-bird discount.
Australasian College of Health Service Managers (ACHSM) or Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) members receive a 15% discount. To benefit from the ACHSM/AHHA discount, please indicate your membership number.
If you successfully complete the assessment module, you may be able to apply for credit (advanced standing) towards some postgraduate award courses.
For more information, contact the School of Public Health and Social Work Corporate Programs.
The planning context which introduces planning, considers the context and culture in which planning takes place and different planning models.
Planning information which examines the role of information/data, business case development and stakeholder engagement in the planning process.
Planning in action considers strategy development, selection and implementation together and the role of innovation together with an overview of specialist planning areas.
Planning evaluation addresses approaches and design of evaluation and monitoring as related to health planning.
You'll receive reference texts and online access to databases through Blackboard or the QUT Library. No textbook is required.
On completion of this course you will be able to:
If you complete the workshop you'll receive recognition of your participation. If you successfully complete the assessment, you'll receive a certificate of completion.
To register your interest for 2018 courses, contact the School of Public Health and Social Work Corporate Programs.
To register for the course, pay your fees online by credit card, cheque or BPAY. There is an option to pay via invoice, if payment by the aforementioned options are not possible.
FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP are not available for professional development courses.
ACHSM and AHHA members receive a 15% discount. Provide your ACHSM or AHHA membership number to receive your discount.
We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule the course if we receive insufficient registrations, or if the course leader or venue becomes unavailable due to circumstances beyond our control. Should this occur, we will endeavour to provide participants as much notice as possible. If we need to cancel or reschedule the course, we will pay you a full refund if the substituted dates are not convenient for you.
You will be charged a 10% cancellation fee if you cancel less than 14 days before the event. All cancellations or variations to registration must be made in writing to School of Public Health and Social Work Corporate Programs.
Substitute participants are welcome in lieu of cancellation up to the scheduled course date. Advise us of any substitute participants before course commencement. Substituting participants will not incur a fee.