Using a systems-thinking and engineering approach, participants in Johns Hopkins Engineering Lifelong Learning Healthcare Systems Engineering and Thinking course will learn to define, parse, and articulate solutions to existing and anticipated healthcare challenges in a variety of settings and ecosystems. You’ll learn to understand different intervention concepts, archetypes, and frameworks that can be applied to solve the most pressing healthcare challenges.
Learning objectives will be realized through the process of creating enduring healthcare change. Specific use cases will apply baseline knowledge and approaches to create change that enables remote care in large-scale health events (LSHE) instances, where immediate, on-site care is not possible. Given the ways COVID-19 exposed the frailties of the global healthcare system, as well as its impact on emerging healthcare innovations, this is a particularly timely objective.
It is recommended that participants have at least seven to 10 years’ experience working in the healthcare or a systems-related field, as well as at least three to five years’ experience in a leadership role so they can make an impact to their organization’s long-term strategy as well as contribute to the program’s team learning objectives. It is also recommended that participants have at least a bachelor’s degree in systems, science, business, or healthcare field as well, as it will better enable the learning and application of the course’s concepts.
- Johns Hopkins Engineering Lifelong Learning courses do not offer academic credit.
- Learners will have view only access to online materials for 1 year after the conclusion for the course.
- Additional policies are available on the Johns Hopkins Lifelong Learning Policies page.