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Presented by Ndadilnasiya Endie Waziri, graduate of the first cohort of the Nigeria FETP and currently the Deputy Coordinator of the National Stop Transmission of Polio Program (NSTOP) at the African Field Epidemiology Network Office (AFENET) in Nigeria .
Originally presented July 16, 2014. Presented by Dr. Sherein El Nossery, MB.CHB Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP), Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population
Presentation from the Nigeria FELTP
Presented by Dr. Sherein ElNossery , MB.CHB, medical epidemiologist at Egypt�s Ministry of Health & Population and trainer with the Egypt Field Epidemiology Training Program. Dr. ElNossery serves as the Non-Communicable Disease focal point for all NCD prevention and control activities and is currently completing her Doctor of Public Health.
Collaboration between the President's Malaria Initiative and the Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program: stories from the field Agenda: 1. General FETP overview 2. PMI-FETP collaboration update 3.
September 2013 Presented by Saloman Corvil, MD Resident, advanced level Haiti field epidemiology training program.
Presented by Akhona Tshangela, 2nd year FETP resident, South Africa FETP, currently placed at the MRC/UNISA Violence, Injury and Peace Promotion Research Unit.
This course is comprised of seven units that will provide you an opportunity to practice using the skills and knowledge included in the Technical Guidelines for Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) in the African Region, and provide you with additional information and resources to effectively conduct IDSR activities. This course will take approximately 15 hours to complete. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to print out a personalized certificate of completion. You will need to enable popups and cookies in your browser and might need to seek IT assistance if you are unfamiliar with how to do so.
TEPHINET Secretariat
Public Health
Ended: Apr 30, 2014 at 10:00 pm EDT
International Night is one of the highlights of the annual Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) conference. It provides a unique forum where FETP residents can formally present how their work helps prevent, detect, and respond to communicable and non-communicable diseases and other health threats. It also gives residents an opportunity to defend their research methodology before a scientific council of peers, and compete to receive the highest FETP honor – The William H. Foege Award for Outstanding Scientific Presentation. International Night creates an environment where FETP residents and EIS officers can meet face-to-face, learn from each other and strengthen a global network that can be called upon to address global health challenges. Since 1980, through the FETP platform, CDC has worked with ministries of health and other partners to strengthen public health capacity by training over 2,800 “disease detectives” from 70 countries. 80% of FETP graduates continue to work in their home countries. With the continued threat and burden of infectious diseases, FETPs also play a significant role in assisting countries in meeting their core capacity requirements for surveillance and response under the International Health Regulations (IHR, 2005).
Presented by Dr. Seesai Yeesoonsang, 2nd year resident of the Thailand FETP.
Presented by Dr. Haidar A. Hantosh, field epidemiologist Thiqar health directorate and 2012 graduate of Iraq Field Epidemiology Training Program.
Linda Quick
Field Epidemiology > Global Health
Ended: Jan 29, 2014 at 10:00 am EDT
An Outbreak of Oropharyngeal Tularemia from Drinking Contaminated Tap-Water -- Sancaktepe Village, Bayburt Province, Turkey, July-August 2013. Presented by: Dilber Aktas, MD. Turkey FETP Fellow, Department of Early Warning Response and Field Epidemiology, Public Health Institution of Turkey
 
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