Module 6 - Vector borne diseases, Zoonosis and GIS

Background

The Mediterranean Program for Intervention Epidemiology Training (MediPIET) is a sustainable training program in intervention epidemiology funded by the European Commission and implemented by Spanish Consortium -National Public Health Institute (ISCIII) and the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP)-, and under the scientific leadership of European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The purpose of the program is to consolidate a competent workforce with the necessary competence in intervention epidemiology to carry out essential public health functions for prevention and control of national and cross-border challenges posed by communicable diseases (http://medipiet.eu/web/).

Title of the training module:

Vectorborne and zoonotic diseases and GIS

Dates, place and venue:

6th-10th March 2017.

The training will take place at hotel Radisson Blue Park Athens, Greece https://www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-athens and on Thursday 21st April 2016, the field exercise and laboratory demonstration will take place at the National Public Health School of Greece.

Practical info:

Download here the practical info.

Please download the programme here.

MediPIET M6 2017 Programme (draft 1.03.17)

Learning objectives

The main objectives are:

– To apply and consolidate knowledge and skills acquired in previous modules.

– To refresh knowledge epidemiology of vector borne (VBD) and zoonotic diseases

– To apply surveillance design and outbreak investigation in human, vectors and animals

– To design evidence based PH response

– To get acquainted with risk and impact communication

– To practice intersectoral collaboration

– To integrate aspects of emerging diseases and generic preparedness

– To become familiar with methods complementary to epidemiological investigations

Dr Nikoletta Mavroeidi Scientific Coordinator
Dr Ahmed Zaghloul Scientific Coordinator

Dr Marie Duvalsaint Scientific Coordinator

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