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For health professionals working in International/Global Health in countries with limited resources

Publication date: 07.11.2015
Author: Swiss School of Public Health+

Health in Detention
Health and human rights issues affecting people in detention (short course) 

14 - 18 December 2015, in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross, in Basel, Switzerland

Health Care and Management in Tropical Countries
(diploma of advanced studies and the core course for the master in international health) 

March 7 – June 10, 2016 at Swiss TPH, Basel/Switzerland 

The course introduces the range of skills and knowledge needed to work as a public health professional in resource poor settings, taking into consideration national, international and global policies and strategies. The course is accredited by the University of Basel as a Diploma of Advanced Studies, and within the European Network for Education (tropEd) as a core module for the Master in International Health. Content: Concepts and research methods (social science, epidemiology, statistics), health problems and responses (reproductive and child health, tropical medicine, laboratory practice), health system management and communication (information, communication and management strategies). 

Course fee: CHF 7’000.00 


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