Module 4 - Humanitarian Crisis and Mass Gathering
A Complex Emergency Situation (CES) is defined as a singular event or a series of events that are threatening in terms of health, safety or well being of a community or large group of people. Hundreds of millions of people worldwide live in areas affected by armed conflict, natural disasters and man-made crises. This training course in Humanitarian Crisis and Mass Gathering aims at providing the epidemiological tools to quantify the degree to which risk factors and humanitarian interventions affect population health in a crisis.
Date & Place: 25 – 29 May 2015, Amman Cham Hotel, Amman, Jordan
Please download the programme here.
At the end of the week, participants will be able to:
- Understand the measures of occurrence and health indicators in emergencies.
- Conduct rapid assessment in emergency situations for identifying public health priorities.
- Plan and implement early warning and response systems.
- Learn and apply sampling methods and population size estimation.
- Learn principles of vaccination coverage, nutrition and mortality surveys.
- Understand the principles of surveillance in mass gatherings and epidemic intelligence
Coordinators of the Module
- Chesco Nogareda. Scientific coordinator – MediPIET. National Institute of Public Health, Spain –email@example.com
- Sultan Mabdalla. Ministry of Health. Jordan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilitators / Experts
- Sultan Mabdalla. Ministry of Health. Jordan. email@example.com
- Isme Humolli. Institute of Public Health. Kosovo. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sandra Cohuet . Epicentre/MSF, France. COHUET@epicentre.msf.org
- Chesco Nogareda. Scientific Coordinator – MediPIET. email@example.com
- Annick Lenglet. MSF Amsterdam. Lenglet@amsterdam.msf.org
- Enver Roshi. Institute of Public Health. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ghada Abu Mrat. Ministry of Health. Lebanon. email@example.com
- Gordana Kuzmanovska. Institute of Public Health. fYROM. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Adela Páez. Scientific Coordinator – MediPIET. email@example.com
- Kareman Al-zein. Ministry of Health. Jordan. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Asaad Kadhum. UNHCR. KADHUM@unhcr.org
- Henda Chebbi. Ministry of Health Tunisia. email@example.com
- Archil Navdarashvili. National Centre for Disease Control. Georgia. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mohammad Abu-Khudair – Ministry of Health Jordan. email@example.com
- Jawad Mofleh. EMPHNET. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faris Lami. EMPHNET. email@example.com
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