Health

DIU IN GUINEA "GLOBAL HEALTH AND EMERGING DISEASES

  • Duration

    1 year

  • Training structure

    Faculty of Medicine

Presentation

All information about the presentation of the diploma, organisation, contacts, fees and registration procedures can be found on the DU/DIU website of the Faculty of Medicine: https: //du-diu-facmedecine.umontpellier.fr/

Once on the home page, you select the IUD title.

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Objectives

Contribute to the strengthening of Guinea's capacity in the aftermath of the Ebola epidemic and in the area of emerging disease control. 

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Know-how and skills

Skills acquired:

Knowledge of the main infectious risks
-Knowledge of the factors of emergence of infectious diseases
-Knowledge of the methods of epidemiological surveillance
-Knowledge of the different methods of control of emerging diseases

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Programme

For any information concerning courses and lessons, you should contact the university secretariat.

All information about the presentation of the diploma, organisation, contacts, fees and registration procedures can be found on the DU/DIU website of the Faculty of Medicine: https: //du-diu-facmedecine.umontpellier.fr/

Once on the home page, you select the IUD title.

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Admission

How to register

A registration authorisation is essential and must be attached to a pre-registration file.

Authorization to register issued by one of the coordinating teachers after submitting an application to the university secretariat:
dominique.rubiola@umontpellier.fr

Your application must include:
- a CV
- a letter of motivation
- certified copies of diplomas

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Target audience

- Initial training:
-students training in health fields related to the management and control of infectious diseases

- Continuing education:
-physicians and health professionals involved in the management and control of infectious diseases (clinicians, biologists, epidemiologists, public health) (also, depending on their experience: pharmacists, scientists and nurses)

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