This 2-week course aims to familiarize health professionals with epidemiological techniques to assess the health impact of disasters and conflicts on affected communities. Interactive classes will be given by international experts with extensive experience in humanitarian settings. These will be complemented by exercise sessions where the concepts taught will be put into practice. This course is open to middle-career professionals with some experience in the humanitarian and emergency sectors. Training and experience in public health, medicine, emergency response or related topics are required. Classes will be taught in English – English proficiency is required.
Registration deadline: May 31, 2017.
For more information see: https://www.aphes.be/