Creative Commons licensed image retrieved from wikimedia.

Courses open to general public.

To enrol to course you have to:
    1. Create an account (if you don't have an ECDC account);
    2. Authenticate in EVA;
    3. Enrol in the resired course.
Find here full instructions on how to enrol a course.

This course is designed to target individuals with no prior knowledge in Outbreak Investigation. It may also be used as a refreshment module prior to advanced courses in Outbreak Investigation.

After the completion of this module, participants shall:

1.Be able to recognize the steps necessary to conduct an Outbreak Investigation.
2.Describe what is expected to be done in each of the 10 steps.
3.Discuss the relative order between the steps.
Please indicate below your interest to participate in the Pilot edition of this course.

E-course "Writing and Reviewing Scientific Abstracts: a field epidemiology focus"

This online course aims to help public health professionals strengthen their skills in writing, reviewing and editing scientific abstracts. The course will address general principles of writing and reviewing abstracts, yet the examples will have a field epidemiology focus, such as outbreak investigations. Training methods include online lectures, exercises and participation to Forum discussions. Participants can decide on the distribution of time they wish to invest in the course. However, there will be common deadlines for submission of assignments. Submitting these assignments will be essential for participating to the next stages of the course, so participants will need to be aware that they need to plan well. All assignments will be peer-reviewed only and we will provide clear instructions to perform those reviews.

This E-course may be interesting for public health professionals in the domain of disease prevention and control, who plan to submit abstracts to scientific conferences. Watch the video below to get a taste of what you can find in this course.

This online course has been developed since seasonal influenza vaccination of health care workers (HCWs) is recommended in Europe but vaccination uptake remains low in most countries. During the course information about influenza disease, protection against influenza, tools to assess vaccine uptake and barriers to vaccination as well as stimulating examples of successful campaigns will be presented. It is our hope that a community of vaccination campaign organizers will be built in Europe that can help inspire each other to create informative and effective seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns year after year. Watch the video below to get a taste of what you can find in this course.

The course is open from 25th October 2017. The course is self paced with no moderation. 

Guest accessSelf enrolment

Self-enrol in an open course

Find instructions on how to enrol in an Open course in EVA.