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Welcome to the “Health and Healthcare in Transition: Dilemmas of Governance” Course
1.1. Dilemma 1 Introduction
1.3. Different Views on Governance
1.4. Managers vs Leaders in Healthcare
1.5. Governance in the Netherlands: Internal Governance
1.6. Governance in the Netherlands: External Governance
2.1. Dilemma 2 Introduction
2.2. How Political are Health Policy and Governance?
2.3. Why Has Health Been Regarded as Apolitical?
2.4. Ethical Perspectives and Decision-Making in Health Governance
2.5. Case of Ukraine: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
3.1. Dilemma 3 introduction “Contested evidence: how to make health care reimbursement decisions? “
3.2. Drug reimbursement controversies: a case of Lithuania.Winter school 2018 Public health in Ukraine; Edvinas Askolis
3.3. Why Engagement?
3.4. Different Forms of Knowledge
3.5. What Engagement?
3.6. Paradoxes of Participatory Experiments
4.1. Dilemma 4 Introduction
4.2. Modern Challenges for Health Care
4.3. Whole-of-society and whole-of-government approach
4.4. Pursuing Better Health Care
5.1. De jure and de facto dimensions in health care
5.2. De jure and de facto dimensions and its inconsistencies in childbirth in Russia
5.3. Fraud in health care in the Netherlands
6.1. Understanding Change
6.2. Behaviors, Relationships and Ideas
6.3. Cases in the Change of Behavior, Ideas and Relationships
6.4. Choice of Health Insurance in Post-communist Countries
6.5. Key Features of Tax-based and Insurance-based Systems
6.6. Universal Health Coverage