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Analysing health systems in fragile and conflict-affected environments (course cancelled in 2018)
Description: At the end of this course participants will be able to: • Use adequate tools for health system analysis and adapt them, whenever it is relevant, to the local context • Evaluate key health...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2019
Institution: The Netherlands - Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam
ECTS credit points: 4.5 ECTS credits
Genomics and Proteomics applied to Infectious Diseases
Description: In recent years, following the sequencing of the human genome and many livestock and pathogen genomes alike, we have witnessed the development of genomic and proteomic "post-genomic"...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-01-25
Institution: Protugal - Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
ECTS credit points: 2 ECTS credits
Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights: Organizing Effective Responses (SRH Responses)
Description: At the end of the module the student should be able to … - Discuss and analyse components of effective SRHR responses; translating evidence into practice. - Identify and utilize opportunities...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-05-14
Institution: The Netherlands - Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam
ECTS credit points: 4 ECTS credits
Analysing Disrupted Health Systems (ADHS)
Description: At the end of the module the participants should be able to: • Use adequate tools for health system analysis in countries in crises and adapt them to the local context; • Assess the structure...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-08-13
Institution: The Netherlands - Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam
ECTS credit points: 4 ECTS credits
Anthropological perspectives on global health
Description: By the end of the module, students will be able to: • describe broad differences between social, cultural and medical anthropological conceptualizations and how they apply to global health...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-01-10
Institution: UK - Institute for Global Health, University College London
ECTS credit points: 6 ECTS credits
Social Development Policy and Practice
Description: By the end of the module the students will be able to: • Identify and evaluate a range of conceptual frameworks that inform social development policy and practice as it related to health in the...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-01-16
Institution: UK - Institute for Global Health and Development, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
ECTS credit points: 5 ECTS credits
Qualitative and Mixed Methods in International Health Research (QMM)
Description: At the end of the course the participants should be able to: • Critically assess the quality and validity of qualitative and mixed methods in international health research in peer-reviewed...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-02-05
Institution: Belgium - Antwerp Institute of Tropical Medicine
ECTS credit points: 6 ECTS credits
Research Design and Proposal writing by Distance Learning
Description: At the end of the module the student will be able to: • Demonstrate the ability to develop an answerable research question relevant to global health and development, based on critical examination...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-01-15
Institution: UK - Institute for Global Health and Development, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
ECTS credit points: 5 ECTS credits
Applied Clinical Research
Description: At the end of the module the student should be able to … • formulate the research question, primary objectives and essential milestones of the study • identify a suitable study design for...
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-02-19
Institution: Germany - Center for International Health at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München
ECTS credit points: 2 ECTS credits
Molecular Parasitology: The biology, diagnosis, epidemiology, taxonomy, vaccines & drug resistance of parasites of medical importance & their vectors
Description: At the end of the module the student should: 1. Recognise the importance of molecular biology for the study of the major parasites of medical importance and its application on research; 2.
Classification: advanced optional
Date start: 2018-04-19
Institution: Protugal - Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
ECTS credit points: 6 ECTS credits
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