Appropriate Laboratory Technologies

Missionsärztliches Institut Würzburg (MI)
09.11.2009 - 13.11.2009  97074 Würzburg, Hermann-Schell-Str. 7
08.11.2010 - 12.11.2010  97074 Würzburg, Hermann-Schell-Str. 7
Course Content
- Laboratory under various conditions
- Tuberculosis
- HIV/AIDS – testing and monitoring
- Intestinal helminths and protozoa
- Blood parasites (malaria and others)
- Technical aspects (selection of equipment, maintenance, waste management, etc)
- Safety, decontamination
- Reporting
Learning objectives, training objectives
The one-week training course Appropriate Laboratory Technologies uses a mixture of theoretical lectures,practical lab work and microscopy. It will provide a broad overview on laboratories without electricity up to the level of national reference labo
Target Audience
Medical and paramedical personnel such as physicians, nurses and laboratory technicians, who want to work in resource poor countries and are interested in professional laboratory training
Local Organizer
Missionsärztliches Institut, Hermann-Schell-Str. 7, 97074 Würzburg

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Andrea Rogers
Public Health, Tropical Medicine and Infectiology
EUR 375,00
Organizer contact info
Hermann-Schell-Str. 7
97074 Würzburg
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