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In this issue you will find
the following topics:
1. Course Tip: "Advanced Course
Health District Management: Planning and Programme Design"
2. Congress Tip: "3rd Intercontinental Congress of Pathology"
3. Special of the month:
"World Health Organization (WHO)"
Gerhard Polak, MD
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Health District Management: Planning and Programme Design
module is open to participants with a University
Professional diploma “Health Care and Management in
Tropical Countries (HCMTC)” or an equivalent degree, but
it is also designed as a refresher course for
professionals working in the field of programme and
project planning and design. In addition it is an
optional module within the joint Master Curriculum in
International Health (MIH) of tropEd, a collaborative
network of more than 30 institutes of higher education
in 13 European and 3 overseas countries.
For more information
Swiss Tropical Institute
CH – 4002 Basel / Switzerland
Telephone + 41 61 284 82 34
Fax + 41 61 284 81 06
TIP: 48 more courses
and conferences dealing with “Tropical Medicine and Infectiology” can be found
in the course catalogue “medicine & health 2008”.
Or order the new thematic special edition “Courses for Medical Specialists”
3rd Intercontinental Congress of Pathology
Organizer: European Society of Pathology
| Venue: Spain: Barcelona | Date: May 17th, 2008 - May 22nd, 2008| Language:
English | Contents: New techniques to diagnostic pathology and
For more information
TIP: 51 more courses
and conferences dealing with “Immunology and Pathology” can
be found in the new course catalogue “medicine & health
Or order the new thematic special edition "Interdisciplinary Courses"
Going International provides a huge range of recommended thematic websites, such as:
World Health Organization (WHO)
Department of Nutrition for Health and Development (NHD) of the World Health Organisation
Inhalte: Nutrition is an input to and foundation for health and development. Interaction of infection and malnutrition is well-documented. Better nutrition means stronger immune systems, less illness and better health.
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