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McMaster Health Forum | HSL Online Courses

 

>> Register now for Health Systems Learning online courses

For each of our course offerings – Finding and Using Research Evidence to Inform Decision-making in Health Systems and Organizations, and Setting Agendas and Developing and Implementing Policies – we offer two online course streams. The ‘to learn’ level allows participants to focus on key online modules, tasks and resources from select units of the course. It is designed for those who need to know how to set expectations for individuals and teams who do this type of work. The more time-intensive ‘to work’ level covers all of the online modules, tasks and resources, and is designed for participants who are aiming to efficiently apply their acquired knowledge, attitudes and skills in their work.

It will improve substantially the quality of advice that we provide on disaster and risk reduction policies.

I now have [awareness of] great new resources that I did not know existed

The entire workshop was extremely helpful. Loved when conceptual aspects were applied to MOHLTC examples

Any advice to my boss will [now] be evidence based...

[I will now] utilize systematic reviews in my work, promote research in organized decision making, and share research information to encourage others to use in their work.

I will rethink the policy creation process....and reconsider how we engage in stakeholder dialogues in my field.

Pricing and access to online courses

Participants are granted access to the online Health Systems Learning course of their choice for 30 days. Access to the course will be provided within five business days following confirmation of payment.

The base individual price is $440 for the ‘to learn’ goal and $530 for the ‘to work’ goal. Prices shown are in Canadian dollars. Appropriate taxes are added as applicable. We are pleased to offer discounts for organization-sponsored group training, calculated in increments of 20 participants.

Have more questions? Want to learn more? Contact Kaelan Moat at forum@mcmaster.ca.

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