HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Treatment and Advocacy - with special emphasis on programming

University of Copenhagen / Copenhagen School of Global Health
19.04.2010 - 14.05.2010  Copenhagen K
Contenuti (corsi)
With improved access to ARV therapy in low- and middle income countries the response to the HIV pandemic has changed towards a more bio-medical approach. Whereas the international community has focused much on improving access to ARV therapy for people in need, often through vertical programmes, there is an increasing need to strengthen the capacity of professionals to translate protocols and guidelines into workable programmes for local health care systems and with a renewed focus on prevention.
Obiettivi didattici, obiettivi del training
This course aims at providing participants with an in-depth theoretical and practical insight into how national HIV and AIDS programmes can be developed, integrated and maintained in a local, national and global perspective.
Pubblico target
Health professionals who wish to work with health related issues in low and middle income societies
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
Organizzatori regionali
Copenhagen School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen
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Informazioni ed Iscrizioni:

Ms. Shirley Pollak
Promozione della Salute, Sanità Pubblica (Public Health), Servizi sanitari, Sistemi Sanitari
Punti accrediti
6 ECTS - Points
EUR 2.237,00
Contatto organizzatori
Oester Farimagsgade 5
1353 Copenhagen K
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