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GEOHealth Health Effects of Selected Environmental Exposomes Across the Life Course (HEALS) - India project, Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC), Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH), and Karolinska Institutet (KI) is happy to announce the course on Environmental Epidemiology and Cardiovascular Health in 25 - 29 November 2022.
The 4-day short course was designed with the following objectives:
Knowledge of main environmental exposures to cardiovascular health, including air pollution, air temperature, green spaces, and noise
To apply epidemiologic designs and methods in designing studies of environmental exposures and cardiovascular outcomes
Provide practical training in performing specific epidemiological analyses and develop your own research proposal in environmental epidemiology
Click here to fill out the application form.
Kindly note that you must make your own arrangements for travel and accommodation for the duration the course.
Deadline for applying to the course is 15 October 2022 till 12 Noon.
WANT TO BECOME A PUBLIC HEALTH LEADER?
GRAB THIS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO ENROLL IN A FULLY FUNDED DOCTORAL PROGRAM AT HARVARD T.H.CHAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DrPH (Doctor of Public Health)
Provides skills in management, leadership, communications, and innovative thinking.
Highly collaborative, small-group learning environment.
Learn to address complex problems of public health policy and use advanced analytical and managerial tools
Earn the scholarship of translation, assembling scientific evidence, and using it to achieve real results in the field
For more details on the programme, please visit the following link and review DrPH programme: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/drph/curriculum-3/
Please ensure that you send in Expression of Interest (EoI) by Saturday, 15 October 2022 at 12 Noon.
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The Ethical Conduct of Research HSPH Faculty: Richard A. Cash
Principles of Environmental Health HSPH Faculty: Nancy L. Sieber.
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