Rational Management of Medicines - A focus on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Schweizerisches Tropen- und Public Health-Institut (Swiss TPH) - Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) / Teaching & Training
01.11.2010 - 12.11.2010  Pretoria / South Africa
Course Content
Medicines are an essential and cost-effective tool of health care and an important element of health systems.
Yet today, for millions of people worldwide essential medicines remain unavailable and unaffordable.
Diseases of poverty including HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis tragically claim innumerable lives in low income
countries. There is an urgent need to develop adequate strategies that ensure better access to medicines.
Target Audience
Health professionals and managers with experience (at least two years) in international health and the pharmaceutical sector
English requirements: TOEFL Paper 500 / TOEFL Computer 213 / TOEFL internet 79-80 / IELTS 6.0 or native speaker or completed higher education in English (with written proof)
2 weeks (90 hours student investment time). Equivalent to 3 ECTS points towards the topeEd European Master in International Health. A certificate will be awarded after successful completion
The course language is English. The course combines lectures, in-depth discussions of case studies, short presentations, small group exercises and field visits.

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Antoinette zen Ruffinen
Tropical Medicine and Infectiology
CHF 2.800,00
Organizer contact info
Socinstrasse 57, Postfach
4002 Basel
Aspher University
"Going International promotes access to education and training for all regardless of social, geographic and national borders."

FFG - 7. EU-RahmenprogrammCentro per la Formazione Permanente e l'Aggiornamento del Personale del Servizio SanitarioÄrztekammer für WienÄrzte der WeltHelix - Forschung & Beratung WienSwiss Tropical and Public Health InstituteCharité International AcademyAMREF - African Medical and Research Foundation


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