Educational Tools

Seminars



Each partner country organized an equivalent to 4-day workshop in their language for journalists, students and other interested professionals.
Workshops were conducted with approximately 30 participants per country.
Activities include lectures, case studies, practical examples and definitions of medical terms.

Greece

One 4-day workshop

Modules taught:
  • Medical research and science
  • How to evaluate conflicts of interest
  • Global health
  • Consumer - Lifestyle health
  • How to understand statistics
  • The business - Economics of healthcare
Number of participants: 47
United Kingdom

Two 2-day workshops

Modules taught:
  • Medical research and science
  • How to evaluate conflicts of interest
  • Global health
  • How to understand statistics
  • The business - Economics of healthcare
  • Health policy
  • Healthcare quality & performance
  • Understanding hospital and other financial reports
Number of participants: 35
Finland

One 2-day workshop

Modules taught:
  • Medical research and science
  • Consumer - Lifestyle health
  • How to understand statistics
Number of participants: 25
Romania

Two 2-day workshops

Modules taught:
  • Medical research and science
  • Health Disparities
  • Health policy
  • The business - Economics of healthcare
Number of participants: 41
Estonia

Four 1-day workshops

Modules taught:
  • How to evaluate conflicts of interest
  • Global health
  • The workings of publicly financed health programs
  • How to understand hospital & other financial reports
  • Health policy
  • Health disparities
Number of participants: 43
Germany

Two 2-day workshops

Modules taught:
  • Medical research and science
  • The business - Economics of healthcare
  • Public health & the politics of healthcare
  • Global health
  • Multimedia reporting
Number of participants: 32