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Core Course in Public Health

KIT (Royal Tropical Institute)

19th September to 9th December 2022

Mauritskade 64, 1092 AD Amsterdam, Niederlande

Course Content

The core course in Public Health is a 3 months course that prepares health managers to use a public health approach to address the problems in your country, taking into account epidemiology, health system aspects and broader social determinants of health. The course will prepare you to solve complex public health problems systematically. The course can be taken as a stand alone course or as part of a (part-time) Master in Public Health.

Learning objectives, training objectives

The ICHD/MPH is designed to develop the capacity of senior health managers to use an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to address health problems in their country.

Target Audience

This course is targeted at those who aspire to management positions in the public health.

Qualifications

Academic training at least level of a bachelor’s degree, either in medicine or in another field related to health, such as health sciences, economics, social science or nursing. A minimum of three years of experience, but preferably four years.

Notes

The number of participants is limited. Because there are always more applicants than places in the course, a selection must be made from among those who meet the criteria listed above.

Type of degree
Certificate of attendance, Master, Certificate of completion
Education form
Full Time
Languages
English
Fees

EUR 6.170,00
Travel, visa, insurance, living costs are NOT included in the course fee.

Enquiries and Registration

Maud Molenaar, E-Mail: courses@kit.nl
Rinia Sahebdin, E-Mail: r.sahebdin@kit.nl

 
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