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HEALTH POLICY: MODELS AND PRACTICES
POLITICHE PER LA SALUTE: MODELLI E PRATICHE

A.Y. Credits
2018/2019 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Angela Genova
Teaching in foreign languages
Course partially taught in a foreign language English
This course is taught partially in Italian and partially in a foreign language. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Management of Politics, Social services and Intercultural Mediation (LM-87)
Curriculum: GESTIONE DELLE POLITICHE E DEI SERVIZI SOCIALI
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Learning Objectives

The course has the following objectives:

1. Provide theorethical tools for the analysis of the processes of reform of health policies in Italy and in Europe in historical comparative perspective.

2. Provide the knowledge on theoretical assumptions of interpretation within the theme of health inequalities and discrimination in an intersectional approach

3. Stimulate the skills to analyze and interpret data on the health of a population, on the discrimination and the impact these have on the health of the population.

Program

The program will address the following topics:

1. Health policies in the context of welfare policies in Europe and Italy: introduction to the theme

2. Health and disease in societies: historical sociological introduction to the subject

3. Disseminators and health inequalities: theories and data in a comparative perspective

4. Health regime in Europe: data and prospects for comparative analysis

5. Health Policies in Italy: Principles, Reforms and Challenges of the Italian Healthcare System

6. Health Inequalities in Italy: Comparative Regional Data.

7. Inequalities and Discrimination: European Theories, Data and Comparative Analysis

8. Policies and services for the health of the population: challenges and perspectives in the case study of the Marche

9. Integrated perspectives for the health of the population: the potentialities and the criticalities of social agriculture

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

At the end of the course students who attend it will have acquired the following learning outcomes and competences: -theoretical knowledge  on health policies and the fight against inequality and discrimination in Italy and in Europe and understanding of the recent reorganization of the institutional and impact health conditions of the population. - Skills in analysising, designing and evaluating health policies and policy to contrast inequality and discrimination in an intersectional perspective in Italy. Ability to detect the main problems, limits and potential of current health policies. - Ability of independent judgment in developing assessments carried crosses adequate processes of evaluation research, and the definition of improvement strategies that are able to combine the best practices at national and international needs and local circumstances. - Communication skills for conducting business in the working groups. - Knowledge of educational tools for updating on the subject.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

Students will have the opportunity to assist the teacher in research on issues related to the course.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures will alternate with group activities and classroom discussions

Attendance

Participation in at least three quarters of the lessons. Individual study of the texts indicated.

Course books

 -Genova A. Le disuguaglianze nella salute. Politiche e governance in Italia e in Europa. Carocci, Roma, 2008. (tutto il testo) 
- Mara Tognetti Bordogna , Paolo Rossi ( a cura di) Salute e inclusione sociale degli immigrati. La sfida dell'accesso ai servizi sanitari. Franco Angeli, 2016 (capitoli1, 3, 6) 

Enghish text books will be suggested, fix an appointment with lecturer for details. 

Assessment

Written exam with open questions in order to ensure the acquired knowledge, reproducibility of knowledge within models that can be codifiable, but also to ascertain competence goals as the ability to coordinate knowledge and skills to deal with complex situations.

The works will be evaluated in the following areas: knowledge, ability to apply knowledge, elaboration of ideas, explanation and argumentation and will get a judgment between insufficient, sufficient, good, excellent. The judgment on each single answer to the proposed questions will then be awarded a score between 17 (insufficient) and 30 (excellent).

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Lectures will alternate with group activities and classroom discussions.

Attendance

Individual study of the indicated  texts. 

Course books

 -Genova A. Le disuguaglianze nella salute. Politiche e governance in Italia e in Europa. Carocci, Roma, 2008. (tutto il testo) - Mara Tognetti Bordogna, Paolo Rossi ( a cura di)

- Salute e inclusione sociale degli immigrati. La sfida dell'accesso ai servizi sanitari. Franco Angeli, 2016 (tutto il testo

Enghish text books will be suggested, fix an appointment with lecturer for details. 

Assessment

Written exam with open questions in order to ensure the acquired knowledge, reproducibility of knowledge within models that can be codifiable, but also to ascertain competence goals as the ability to coordinate knowledge and skills to deal with complex situations.

The works will be evaluated in the following areas: knowledge, ability to apply knowledge, elaboration of ideas, explanation and argumentation and will get a judgment between insufficient, sufficient, good, excellent. The judgment on each single answer to the proposed questions will then be awarded a score between 17 (insufficient) and 30 (excellent).

Non-attending students are encouraged to consult Moodle's educational materials (slide on lessons, examples of educational research, typology of survey tools, etc.) through which you can deepen the study of the volumes indicated in the "Texts of study

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