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JoinHEM: Developing a Joint Degree in Health Economics and Management

3 - Good health and well-being; Teaching Projects; 2013; 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017

Erasmus multilateral projects provide support for cooperation among higher education institutions both between the institutions themselves and between the latter and other stakeholders. Priorities include: raising levels of learning and strengthening the social dimension of higher education, improving the quality and relevance of higher education, enhancing quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation, improving governance and funding.

Efficient, effective and equitable administration of healthcare organisations and institutions is a relevant key towards the sustainability of social protection schemes included in the European social model.

The complex tasks and mission of healthcare organizations call for management professionals being able to combine a multidisciplinary perspective on decision-making with specialized skills to be spent in the organizational division of labour.

JoinHEM is developed by an already existing consortium of 4 prominent HEI granting, on a mutual recognition basis, double/multiple 2nd cycle international degrees in the field of Health Economics and Management.

By merging our knowledge and teaching bases, consolidating and redesigning our current programmes into a European joint degree, we aim at:

  • Attuning our learning offer to current and emerging labour market demands;
  • Optimising common services for students;
  • Making available and affordable high quality, multidisciplinary and specialised learning offer.

Valuable project’s prospected products and expected results are:

  • Best practices in the development and accreditation of joint higher education programmes to comply with different national accreditation requirements.
  • Best practices in the definition of graduate profiles, joint curricular contents, admission policy, master thesis requirements, supervision and evaluation especially valuable in any fields where a multidisciplinary approach to the subject of interest is needed.
  • Definition of appropriate tools for consultation, involvement and collaboration with dispersed and diverse stakeholders, that are flexible enough to adapt to their distinctive features.

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