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Document Typology: Report
Methodology addressed by the publication:Parents pedagogy
Title of document: Baltic Sea Public Health
Name of author(s): Ramune Kalediene
Name of publisher: Baltic association training publisher
Language of the publication: English
Language of the review: English
BalticHealthTrain organized a seminar on November 9, 2004 about health technology assessment (HTA). Participants were from the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonian Health Insurance Fund, Estonian Medical Association and Estonian Patients' Association.
The aim of evidence-based medicine was to support the introduction of innovations and to guarantee safe and effective health care to patients as consumers, as well as effective allocation of human and monetary resources which is important for health care professionals and for the governmental sector who are responsible for the quality and accessibility of health care resourcesThe mission of the Network was to improve health and prevent disease in population of the enlarging Europe by acquiring, disseminating and applying knowledge.
Reviewer's comments on the document:
The main teaching method were interactive learning using problem solving technique with small group discussions and in-class exercises. This process provided an opportunity to work closely with colleagues as solving real-world issues:to educate public health professionals in health services, government, private sector, nongovernmental agencies and other professions related to public health;to promote cooperation between educational institutions on the content of training courses and support the development of common European training. What issues are related to Heppy project? To involve different professionals into multi-sectoral partnership;To empower the public health approaches in policy development and policy implementation.
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