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Miscellaneous21 Sep 2017Self-enrol in an open training activity

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2017 Archive12 Mar 2017Methods and tools for evidence-based decision-making in health care and public health

Duration

4 consecutive days  

Objectives

 

The main objectives are:

To understand the principles of evidence-based health care and public health.

To get to know the methods and main tools.

To apply the principles, methods and tools using real life examples.  

Target audience

It is an introductory course targeted at beginners. Specific knowledge and practical experience with methods and tools of evidence-based health care and public health are not needed. However, some basic epidemiological knowledge is helpful to fully benefit from the training.

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2017 Archive17 Nov 2016Prevention and control of TB (incl. MDR TB) among vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups and migrants

Dates / duration

2017-2018

Approximately 5 days

Location

Bulgaria

Objectives

 

The main objectives are:

  • To provide support to the five World Health Organization TB high priority countries in the EU (Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Romania);
  • To improve the identification of TB cases among vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups.

Target audience

Health care workers with different background working in TB prevention and care.

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2017 Archive17 Nov 2016 Advanced training in TB laboratory diagnosis for Support Experts

Dates / duration

2017-2018

Approximately 12 days distributed over two years

Location

London (UK), Milan (Italy)

Objectives

 

The main objectives are:

  • To offer a comprehensive programme of advanced training in modern methods in TB laboratory diagnosis and laboratories/networks assessment to a dedicated group of Support Experts aimed on creation of new cadre of senior TB laboratory specialists to support and complement existing Senior Scientists and Laboratory Directors across the network and beyond

Target audience

Qualified TB Laboratory Specialists

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2017 Archive9 Nov 2016FWDEEP programme for learning opportunities through a twinning format

Dates / duration

2 to 5 days visit. Flexibility in dates

Location

Hosted by an institution in an EU/EEA country, identified in advance by the applicant

Objectives

 

Main objectives are:

  • To build the development of high quality analytical and technical capacity and capability in national public health reference laboratories
  • To share knowledge and expertise between the host country and the beneficiary
  • To improve the detection, investigation and response to emerging food and waterborne and zoonotic disease outbreaks

Target audience

All technical experts working in an EU/EEA public health institute or laboratory at the national, regional or local level

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Miscellaneous7 Jan 2016Scientific Abstract Writing 1st Edition

This course aims to help public health professionals strengthen their skills in writing, reviewing and editing scientific abstracts. You can follow the lectures, take the exercises and participate to Forum discussions in your own time.

The only elements that are fixed in time will be the deadlines for your assignments. Please plan your learning activities in such a way, that you will be able to submit the assignments in time. Missing the deadline means that you cannot participate in the follow up learning activities. We will help remind you of the deadlines during the course in the Forums and on this course page.

Please take the time for the pre-course survey and also use the Support Forum to raise questions and share ideas on the course.

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