About the Course
This is the course unit 2 of the Fellowship in Medical Humanitarian Action: Operational management of medical interventions.
In this course unit, you will develop your competencies and skills to ensure optimal operational management of medical interventions (competency 2) in order to favor coherence between needs, organisational strategies and operational interventions within a given context, through an appropriate leadership.
HOW TO ENROL
You will be enrolled to this course after being selected for the Fellowship in Medical Humanitarian Action. The selection is done once per year and
communicated through the pool managers, development advisors and HRcos.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This course unit is available to all the participants to the Fellowship course of Medical Humanitarian Action.
DURATION OF THE COURSE
Max 145 hours.
At the end of this course unit, you will be able to:
- Supervise implementation and ensure monitoring and evaluation of medical interventions
- Critically analyse statistics reports, review projects documents
- Lead community engagement and participation in management of the projects
- Describe clinical management of common diseases encountered in MSF missions
List of Contents
Module 1 – Introduction
Module 2 – Technical support
Module 3 – Management of health services
Module 4 – Management of disease prevention and control programmes
Module 5 – Monitoring and evaluation
Module 6 – Quality management
Module 7 – Change management
Module 8 – Management of partnership and community participation
Module 9 – Conclusion