Acfee has a collaborative agreement with Rome Business School (RBS) to enrol more African students on its Masters in E-Health Management. It’s a course with a proven track record and includes students from across the spectrum of health and healthcare professions, not just people working directly on eHealth. RBS already has students from Africa. Acfee members can now benefit from discounted fees.
RBS is a managerial training and research institute of excellence. It operates internationally. Its aims are to help to close the gap between academia and job markets by providing managerial training courses that convey the knowledge needed to kick off or develop professional careers or business activities. Its mission is to train entrepreneurs, managers and professionals to a level of excellence in their competence and ethics in business and work. This extends to them contributing to developing economic humanity, more prosperous and fair societies and respect of the central role of individuals.
The discounted price is only available to Acfee members. Acfee membership is free to individuals working in health and eHealth, health and healthcare organisations and professional bodies and health ICT entities. If you’re already a member, you can use your Acfee membership number in your RBS application. To join, email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your current role and employer, and Acfee will send you a membership number and information pack. For security purposes, Acfee holds members’ details offline.
A core goal for Acfee is helping our colleagues across African countries to develop their countries' human eHealth capacity. Formal, university education is part of this and Acfee is building partnerships with a number of institutions in Africa and beyond. There’s now an opportunity for all types of Africa’s health and eHealth entities to set up programmes of eHealth learning for all types of workers who want to advance eHealth to achieve healthier Africans.
Building from this ethos, Acfee will help people achieving their Masters to become part of a growing community of African eHealth professionals. Please don’t hesitate to contact Acfee for more details and help in designing an eHealth training programme tailored to your country's needs.