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ASPHER Deans' & Directors' Good Practice Award

 

ASPHER Deans' & Directors' Good Practice Award for excellence in public health training and education

At the end of 2017, ASPHER proudly presented the ASPHER Deans' & Directors' Good Practice Award, an initiative of the 2017-2019 presidential agenda.

This yearly award, in which all ASPHER members are invited to participate, will showcase the best master programmes and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses offered by members of the Association.Three main characteristics of the programmes and courses will be assessed: impact, internationalisation, and innovation. These characteristics will be assessed by a panel of independent experts. 

The aim of the award is to promote excellence in public health education and training across Europe by encouraging ASPHER member schools to share their best practices and success stories. 

The first award in 2018 went to the French School of Public Health, Ecole des Hautes Études en Santé Publique (EHESP).