Health Delivery and PrioritizationSemester Course

Program
Public Health
Week-Long Study Tour
Helsinki-Tallinn
Core Course Week Study Tour
Denmark
Major Discipline(s)
Pre-Medicine / Health Science, Public Health, Public Policy
Course End Date Note
This course will last run in the semester of Fall 2019 and will be replaced by Healthcare Systems: A Comparative Approach.
Type
Core Course
Available
Fall semester
Credit(s)
3

Different countries choose different approaches to the provision of healthcare. Through this course, you gain insight into how healthcare is organized and financed in Denmark and Northern Europe, and you investigate the impact of the social, economic, and political history on the present systems. You analyze principles of priority-setting in health care, and discuss and assess possible solutions to challenges such as aging populations, inequality in health and rising healthcare expenditures.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Government

Faculty

Louise Bagger Iversen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. and B.Sc. Public Health (University of Copenhagen, 2011/2007). Consultant in the Planning Department (Quality and Development, Region Sjælland, 2011-2014). Board member of the Danish Association for Public Health Science (2015-present). With DIS since 2014.

Tine Poulsen

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (University of Copenhagen, 2013); M.Sc. and B.Sc Public Health (University of Copenhagen 2004/2002). Project manager (Roskilde Hospital, Region Sjælland 2013-15), Consultant (Municipality of Gladsaxe, 2002-2007). With DIS since 2016.

Public Health, Tine Poulsen

Augusta Mariia Søndergaard

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.Sc. Public Health (University of Southern Denmark, 2016), B.A. in Nursing (University College Absalon, 2013), Research Assistant (Odense University Hospital, February-May 2017), Nurse (Neonatal ward, Rigshospitalet, 2016-2017), Research and project manager (WoMena, 2016-present). With DIS since 2018.