This course builds capacity to design, implement, and monitor pharmaceutical policy and management strategies.This course builds capacity to design, implement, and monitor pharmaceutical policy and management strategies.
Our standard approaches have had limited success in persuading people to adopt healthier behaviors. Information alone does not usually lead to behavior-change. New and growing evidence points to a different way of approaching behavior-change, and not only in the health sector. The challenge is to adapt this new knowledge and use it in design of reforms for UHC.
Two themes run across global climate change governance: different interpretations of how to differentiate between countries’ responsibilities for emissions reductions and the quest for universal participation.