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NUS Initiative to Improve Health in Asia Leadership Development Programme (NIHA LDP 2019)

Date Of Event: 
Monday, June 24, 2019

NIHA LDP 2019

 

Amidst increasing societal expectations of public health coverage for new and often expensive health technologies, the Leadership Development Programme (LDP) aims to provide senior regulators, health policymakers and practitioners a comprehensive perspective of applying health technology assessment (HTA) to advance universal health coverage (UHC). Topics covered will include priority benefit setting, value tools to generate evidence to improve efficiency and equity in UHC policies, engaging with the private sector and pricing negotiations. This LDP will be supported by case studies including funding for dialysis, digital therapeutics and vaccinations, and involve site visits in Singapore to leading health systems and innovator organisations. Subject experts from renowned institutions such as the World Health Organization, United Nations Development Programme, Ministry of Health, Singapore, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Imperial College London and Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health will also share their invaluable experiences with you.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS BY INVITATION ONLY.

 

Date: 24 to 28 June 2019

Venue: Tahir Foundation Building, MD1, 12 Science Drive 2, Singapore 117549

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NIHA is coordinated by

        NUS GAI

 

NIHA LDP 2019 is organised by

    NUS SSHSPH

 

NIHA LDP 2019 is co-hosted by

        ADP     iDSI     NHF

      

 

Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
 
Tahir Foundation Building
National University of Singapore
12 Science Drive 2
#10-01
Singapore 117549
 
For all visitors, kindly proceed to Level 10 Reception Area at MD1
 
Telephone: (65) 6516 4988
Fascimile: (65) 6779 1489

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