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OBSERVATORY VENICE SUMMER SCHOOL: “The hospital of the future in times of COVID-19” on-line event 20- 30 July 2020
Applications to the ONLINE Observatory Venice Summer School 2020 are NOW OPEN!
APPLY NOW at https://theobservatorysummerschool.org/edition-2020-online
The Observatory Venice Summer Schools are short, intensive courses of one week aimed at policy makers, civil servants and professionals with responsibility for hospital care, whether at policy, self-regulatory, clinical or managerial level.
If you want to make hospitals a place that people look up to, both for high quality patient care and as a place to work, then the Observatory Venice Summer School is for you.
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we had to abandon the live Summer School for this year and offer instead a Virtual Observatory Venice Summer School for two weeks with the revised title “The hospital of the future in times of COVID-19”.
We will take the opportunity not only to analyze and discuss what Covid-19 means for hospitals in this moment but also the implications for the hospital of the future.
A chat-box will be active to allow questions and answers during each session.
DIRECTOR: Professor Reinhard Busse, TU Berlin
CO-DIRECTOR: Professor Martin McKee, LSHTM
FACULTY: The Summer School will involve a group of expert lecturers and facilitators from International organizations and centres of expertise.
Organization: the Summer School is organized by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, the Veneto Region of Italy, the European Commission and World Health Organization (WHO).
More info and applications available at https://theobservatorysummerschool.org/edition-2020-online
The deadline for applications is 15 July 2020. There are no costs involved.