The course will be fully sponsored by the Global Infectious Disease program (GID) which is based at MUHAS as part of the MUHAS-Harvard Collaboration.
The objectives of this 2-weeks course is to equip / strengthen the research capacity of participants though building their skills in quantitative approaches to research on health related events.
The course will equip participants with skills in designing, implementing, analyzing and using research information at various levels of the health care delivery system.
Specifically upon successful completion of the course, graduates will be able to:
The course is open to people who are engaged in health related research including but not limited to: Academic and non-academic staff and students of institutions of higher learning involved in health related research or who intend to conduct research in health related fields.
Members of the regional or district health management team, health planners, medical practitioners and dental surgeons, health officers, DMO’s, health project coordinators’ or other personnel working in health related research and interventions in public and private organizations.
For more information and application materials: Public Health Training Scholarships