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Master class 3 - Learning resources


Lisbon Master Class, 22-24 March 2011, Portugal


Invitation to the Lisbon Master Class pdf
Agenda pdf

Day 1 - EU Structural Funds, financial environment of health development and investment strategic planning

Dr Krisztina Török: Welcome notes. Reviewing healthcare. Curing Hungary. EU SF resources pp2
Prof Jonathan Watson: Structural Funds and health: what EUREGIO III is telling us?  pdf
Barrie Dowdeswell: After the economic crisis! The future economic outlook for capital investment in the health sector  pp2
Jorge de Almeida Simões: Hospital planning in Portugal  pp2
Knut Fredrik Samset: More efficient capital investment in health sector- experience from The Concept Research Programme  pp2
Knut Fredrik Samset: Background material  pdf
Dr. José I. Cuervo: The survival of hospital in economic crisis:the situation in Spain prezi
Dr. Rostislava Dimitrova: Investing in health from the EU  SF: Hospital perspective and beyond pp2

Day 2 - Effective use of health facilities and human capacity

Kunibert Lennerts: Sustainable health care infrastructure  pdf
Kunibert Lennerts: Background material  pdf
Phil Nedin: Capital investment and sustainability pdf
Phil Nedin: Background material 1 pdf
Phil Nedin: Background material 2 pdf
Barrie Dowdeswell: Improving the focus on Strategic Capital Planning  pp2
Gilles Dussault: The challenge of the changing health labor market pp2
Luís Velez Lapão: Critical role of Information Systems Management in Healthcare pp2

Day 3 - Designing sustainable hospitals

Hennu Kjisik: The Power of Architecture (to be added later)  
Cor Wagenaar: Evidence Healthcare Architecture - Crisis? What crisis… pdf

James Barlow: Technological innovation for elderly care. Reconfiguring services and reconfiguring infrastructure





Contact persons:


Olivér Komma, Researcher, SOTE, Health Services Management Training Centre, Budapest

Szilvia Márfyné Kerekes , Programme Coordinator, SOTE, Health Services Management Training Centre, Budapest

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