Promoting Effective Use of Medicines in Public Health Programs
Understand the concepts of rational medicines use, its impact upon availability and efficacy of a public health system. Recognize the major steps needed to implement the PSM elements of an effective Rational Medication Use strategy and the roles of the major players.
Understand the concepts of rational medicines use, its impact upon availability and efficacy of a public health system. Recognize the major steps needed to implement the PSM elements of an effective Rational Medication Use strategy and the roles of the
- Opportunities with leading organizations (UN organizations and Ministries of Health)
- On-demand mentorship on PSCM subjects related to Public Health
- A holistic understanding of supply chain - Empower Yourself for Global Health Leadership
The course would be open to:
- Applicants currently engaged in public health-related activities.
- Applicants with graduate/post-graduate qualifications, and working within procurement and supply chain management, healthcare administration, or pharmaceutical functions.
- Candidates with relevant work experience in public health with governmental and/or health-related organizations/NGOs would be preferred.
- Understanding Rational Use
- Examples of Irrational Medicine Use
- Adverse Impact of Irrational Medicine Use
- Factors Underlying Irrational Use
- Strategies to Improve Medicine Use
- Developing a Strategy
- Promoting Treatment Adherence
- Why Pharmacovigilance is Important
- Course fees: USD 400 (exclusive of taxes and bank charges)
- Early bird and group registration discounts available.
For Desktop or Laptop:
- Minimum bandwidth of 1mbps (4mbps recommended)
- Processor: i3 or higher recommended.
- RAM: 2GB (min), 4GB or more is recommended.
- Supported browsers: Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox 4.x and higher, Google Chrome 100.0.4
- Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7 and higher, Mac OS 8, Linux, Solaris
- Android 4.4 or higher recommended
- iOS 12 or higher
- Minimum 4GB RAM
- Course language - English.
- The course is broken into 7 chapters and 1 final assessment to qualify for a certificate.
- Pre-recorded lectures (chapter wise), case studies, quizzes, and self-learning materials.
- E-mail tutorial support and group discussion through a web-based system.
Students will be evaluated throughout the tenure of course with multiple choice questions.