This short, self-paced course is for anyone interested in understanding how corruption impacts health systems during an emergency. You will learn how to assess corruption risks and apply a variety of counter measures to mitigate them.
The course has three separate modules:
You may leave and return to the modules at your convenience and your place will be bookmarked.
Self-paced. Engage with animations, readings and case studies.
Complete at least 80 % of the course to get a certificate.
Open for everyone– no prior knowledge required.
Take this course if you want to understand how corruption affects the health system before, during, and after an emergency and how to mitigate its impact.
3 x 20 minutes
Available any time
When signing up for this course you will receive an email with a link to the first module: Introduction to Corruption in Health Emergencies. On completion, you will be given access to module two: Drivers and vulnerabilities and then module three: Understanding and Applying Anti-Corruption Measures. On successful completion of the final module, you will be sent a certificate.