Samen met het KIT Royal Tropical Institute organiseert ahti een nieuwe cursus: Global Perspectives on Digital Health. Bekijk de cursusinformatie hieronder in het Engels.

Global Perspectives on Digital Health

Join us coming winter for this new course on Global Perspectives on Digital Health. If you are a health care practitioner or policy maker in the field of public health this course is intended for you.

Course dates
Week 1: 10-14 January 2022, e-learning
Week 2: 14-18 February 2022, Amsterdam

Application deadline
12 November 2021

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Content of the course

This (two week) blended course offers an introduction to the broad, diverse, and rapidly changing field of digital health. You will learn about the background, scope and possible digital tools and strategies to address public health issues. Emphasis is given on how digital health works in reality in various settings. Participants will discuss how digital health interventions can help push the triple aim of Universal Health Coverage and Sustainable Goal Development for more people at a lower cost in different settings in high-income and low and middle-income countries. The program discusses what kind of analysis should be done for developing digital health intervention, which stakeholders.

The course offer participants training on:
• Defining digital health principles and classification
• Opportunities and limitations for digital health in LMICs
• Surveying demand and feasibility of digital health solutions
• Guidance on implementation of digital health interventions
The first week of the course is given through interactive online sessions. The second week takes place in Amsterdam.

This inspiring and practical course for health care practitioners and policy makers will connect participants to the different digital health initiatives in Amsterdam and the region.

Note: It is also possible to follow only the first week of the course.

This course can be taken on its own, however the course is accredited through the tropEd network. Participants successfully completing the (optional) exam can gain 3 EC credits towards a master’s degree.


This new course is organised jointly with Amsterdam Health and Technology Institute (AHTI) and in cooperation with a number of other partners: Pharmaccess, Joep Lange Institute, Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGD), and Waag, Technology & Society.

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