Non-Communicable Diseases (Online course)

University of Copenhagen / Copenhagen School of Global Health
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22.04.2013 - 21.06.2013  University of Copenhagen, Denmark
 
Course Content
The online course will explore the evidence and the frameworks used to address the burden of non-communicable diseases through action on the conventional risk factors (lifestyle factors such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, and high blood pressure etc) but also more 'upstream factors' and the social determinants of health (e.g. urbanization, income, education, trade, health transitions).
Learning objectives, training objectives
Upon completion of the course, participants will have strengthened their capacity to become better planners, managers, trainers and implementers of NCD programmes and integrated NCD care and prevention activities.
Target Audience
Health professionals who wish to work with Non-Communicable Diseases
Qualifications
A bachelor's degree or equivalent in a relevant field of study (eg. health sciences, social sciences, engineering, etc.) and 2 years of relevant working experience
Accreditation
The Danish Evaluation Institute
Local Organizer
Copenhagen School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen
Notes
website for further information: globalhealth.ku.dk/ncd/
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Helle Trøst Nielsen
 
Categories
Health Promotion, Health Services, Health Systems, Public Health
Type of degree
Master, Diploma, Certificate of attendance, Certificate of completion
Education form
Distance Learning, E-Learning, Extra Occupational
Languages
English
Credit Points
5 ECTS - Points
Fees
DKK 10.200,00
Organizer contact info
Oester Farimagsgade 5
1353 Copenhagen K
Denmark
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