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Courses in Global Healthcare in Europe 2021

Global health is an interdisciplinary field that reaches across the disciplines of medicine and public health into fields such as anthropology, international relations, economics, law, demography, sociology, and developmental studies. Its aim is to understand health conditions around the world and develop solutions for improving conditions and reducing disparity. Europe is the sixth largest c… Read more

Global health is an interdisciplinary field that reaches across the disciplines of medicine and public health into fields such as anthropology, international relations, economics, law, demography, sociology, and developmental studies. Its aim is to understand health conditions around the world and develop solutions for improving conditions and reducing disparity. 

Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.

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Coventry, United Kingdom

Explore how nurses can assess community health needs, and analyse public health theories to lead public health promotion.

Explore how nurses can assess community health needs, and analyse public health theories to lead public health promotion. -
Courses
Part-time
10 weeks
English
Aug 2021
Online
 
Widnes, United Kingdom

By completing this course, learners will be equipped with a greater understanding of how to prevent and control the spread of infection in the workplace, which is crucial for ... +

By completing this course, learners will be equipped with a greater understanding of how to prevent and control the spread of infection in the workplace, which is crucial for any business where work activities could put employers at risk of contracting and passing on an infection. -
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Full-time
Part-time
English
Aug 2021
Online
 
Bloomsbury, United Kingdom

Epidemiological research has become an important tool in assessing vaccine protection. Although there are several courses specializing in vaccinology, there remains a gap in t ... +

Epidemiological research has become an important tool in assessing vaccine protection. Although there are several courses specializing in vaccinology, there remains a gap in teaching about advanced epidemiological tools for vaccine evaluation. This course fills that gap, providing in-depth training on current methods used in the evaluation of vaccine efficiency, safety, and policy. It aims to address immunization issues in high, middle, and low-income countries. -
Courses
English
Aug 2021
Campus
 

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Bloomsbury, United Kingdom

Vaccines are the most effective tool for prevention against many infectious diseases. The last two decades have been called a “golden age” in the development of vaccines. Howe ... +

Vaccines are the most effective tool for prevention against many infectious diseases. The last two decades have been called a “golden age” in the development of vaccines. However, many of the vaccines licensed in this era have highly complex immunological, ecological, and economic effects. Effective use of these vaccines requires a new generation of public health professionals with multi-disciplinary skills to be able to understand issues around the immunological mechanism, safety, efficacy, effectiveness, population impact, effects on microbiological ecology, delivery, cost-effectiveness, and public trust of vaccines. -
Courses
English
Aug 2021
Campus
 
Bloomsbury, United Kingdom

Causal inference is a central aim of many empirical investigations, and arguably most studies in the fields of medicine, epidemiology, and public health. However, traditionall ... +

Causal inference is a central aim of many empirical investigations, and arguably most studies in the fields of medicine, epidemiology, and public health. However, traditionally, the role of statistics is often relegated to quantifying the extent to which chance could explain the results, whilst concerns over systematic biases due to the non-ideal nature of the data are relegated to their qualitative discussion. The field known as causal inference has changed this state of affairs, setting causal questions within a coherent framework which facilitates explicit statement of all the assumptions underlying a given analysis, in many settings developing novel, flexible analysis methods, and allowing extensive exploration of potential biases. -
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English
Aug 2021
Campus
 

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