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Activities: Working Group on Public Health Management and Policy

 
Activities in 2003
 
Meeting of the Working Group on Democratic Governance of Multiethnic Communities

Place: The 11th NISPAcee Conference, Bucharest, Romania

Date: April 10-12, 2003


This was the first and the last meeting of the WG under coordination of these coordinators.

The 11th NISPAcee conference provided the occasion to meet also for the NISPAcee Working group on Public Health Management and Policy. The meeting was supported by OSI New York grant, providing resources for research in this very interesting area.

 
 

The WG programme was split into two parts. The first focused on presentations of preliminary research results of manin WG research project. As the second part, specific session was organized as round table on health administration and management in CEE.

 
 

The main research project of the WG focuses on research and documenting the degree to which public health management skills and outlooks are imparted by existing training and teaching programs in CEE and to issue recommendations with respect to the desirability, feasibility and modalities for agreater integration between public administration and public health management education. The members of the WG reported on the relevance of exisiting public administration training and teaching programmes to required management and policy skills of the public administrators and poliy makers in the health sector, and will draw lessons and make recommendations for teaching public health management and policy within the framework of public administration teaching programmes.

 
 

The presentation of papers prepared within the frames of the main project was realized in two phases. In the first phase two introductory papers (Netherlands and USA) were presented, representing the main framework issuea concerning the topic. In the second phase members of the research team presented total nine country studies (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Tatarstan). For the round table on Public Health Management and POlicy one specific paper on administrative capacities of Romania to implement "Acquis Communitaire" in health care area was prepapred, followed by interesting discussion.

 
 
 
 
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