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International Night is hosted by the CDC Division of Global Health Protection and TEPHINET. The event provides a forum where Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) residents and graduates can not only give scientific presentations, but also increase their knowledge about surveillance, outbreak investigation, and recommendations that will strengthen public health systems and improve health outcomes in their respective countries. International Night also provides an opportunity for FETP residents and EIS officers to exchange ideas and expand the global network of epidemiologists who can be called upon in times of emergency.
In 20 minutes this presentation gives the participant the basics in arranging data in slides for presentation.
This 25 minute presentation covers how to make the lettering, text, and numbers on slides as clear as possible for the audience.
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International Night is hosted by the CDC Division of Global Health Protection and TEPHINET. The event provides a forum where Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) residents and graduates can not only give scientific presentations, but also increase their knowledge about surveillance, outbreak investigation, and recommendations that will strengthen public health systems and improve health outcomes in their respective countries. International Night also provides an opportunity for FETP residents and EIS officers to exchange ideas and expand the global network of epidemiologists who can be called upon in times of emergency. By bringing FETP residents and EIS officers together to share new knowledge, International Night creates a channel for them to present and defend their research before a panel of judges, subject matter experts, scientists, academicians, and senior level officials in the global scientific arena.
PMI FETP webinar practice sessions
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.
 
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