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(Event Report) Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101: Session 2

2015-05-29

(Event Report) Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101: Session 2>>

 

Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101*This program is available in Japanese only.We held the 2nd ...read more >>

(Event Report) Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101: Session 1

2015-05-01

(Event Report) Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101: Session 1>>

 

Health Policy Academy, Health Policy 101*This program is available in Japanese only.Health Policy Ac...read more >>

(Event Report) 53rd Breakfast Meeting: -Quality Indicator, Measuring Quality of Healthcare

2015-04-30

(Event Report) 53rd Breakfast Meeting: -Quality Indicator, Measuring Quality of Healthcare>>

 

Dr. Tsuguya Fukui, the head of St. Luke’s International Hospital, discussed issues of Quality Indica...read more >>

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Three Focus Areas | The activities of Health and Global Policy Institute are focused in the following three areas.

Health Policy Commission on Citizens and Health Global Health Policy Center
A Driving Force for the Transformation of Health Policy We develop patient advocates all over Japan. We address worldwide health challenges.

To develop a health policy fit for purpose in meeting Japan's challenges in the medium to long term, our aim is to be a driving force to promote change at both the domestic and global level by incorporating new ideas and values drawn from broad perspectives to formulate feasible solutions and present policy options to society.

As of the end of June 2014, the Commission on Citizens and Health (CCH) has ended operations. We extend our sincere gratitude to all of those who have supported CCH over the years.

The Global Health Policy Center conducts research and works to raise awareness of policymaking in the field of global health. We also aim to increase both the number and capability of human resources working in the international community by enhancing the means and stimulating motivation to address global health challenges.