Virtual Course CARMEN School: How to Effectively Address Non Communicable Diseases in 21st Century (2013 version) begins
The Virtual Course CARMEN School: How to Effectively Address Non Communicable Diseases in 21st Century (2013 version) started September 23rd and is expected to end December 6th. In this course, participants will develop a thorough understanding of a comprehensive approach to addressing the health problem of Chronic Non Communicable Diseases.
The course contains 5 modules:
- Evidence Based Public Health
- Non Communicable Disease Surveillance
- Policy Analysis
- Social Marketing in Public Health
- Evidence Based Management
A diverse group of participants from Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Chile, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Perú, Pakistan, Suriname, St. Kitts, Sint Maarten (Dutch part) and Trinidad and Tobago will take part in the course.
Academic Director for the course is Dr. Anselm Hennis, with Dr. Branka Legetic as Academic Coordinator. Also, in each module, participants will have support from a team of experts/mentors designated for the course.