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 September 2014October 2014
Monday, September 01, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)


September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Monday, September 22, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Thursday, September 25, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Friday, September 26, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




Saturday, September 27, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form







Cochrane Health Economics Workshop (8:00 AM)

Background

This two-day workshop is designed to provide an introduction to health economics.

Target audience:

This is an opportunity for those with an interest in using health economics but with only limited experience to move from the first principles of economic evaluation to practical application of the techniques.

Description:

Day 1: 27th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
In the morning a brief introduction to health economics will be provided and the main types of economic evaluation used in health care are in the introduction. In the afternoon we go on to consider how the cost components of an economic evaluation can be completed. This will include how the costs can be identified, measured and valued, as well as key things to consider when estimating costs.

Day 2: 28th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
The morning will be spent considering how the other part of every economic evaluation, benefits, can be identified, measured and valued. In the afternoon we move back to consider when an economic evaluation should be conducted and, in practical terms how an economic evaluation might be performed.

Faculty:

Luke Vale:Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; Health Foundation Chair in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Laura Ternent: Economics Editor, Cochrane Incontinence Review Group, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Ian Shemilt: Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; School of Medicine, Health Policy & Practice University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

Venue:

Venue: Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) Hyderabad| Plot # 1, A N V Arcade| Amar Co-operative Society, Kavuri Hills| Madhapur| Hyderabad- 500033|Tel: 91 40 49006000 Seating limit: 50- 60 (so hurry, spaces are limited) Registration: 20 US$. Registration covers your attendance at this symposium, refreshments, and lunch on both days.

For more details and to register:

http://colloquium.cochrane.org/post-colloquium-symposia-and-workshops-27-28-september-2014

Download Brochure

Sunday, September 28, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form







Cochrane Health Economics Workshop (8:00 AM)

Background

This two-day workshop is designed to provide an introduction to health economics.

Target audience:

This is an opportunity for those with an interest in using health economics but with only limited experience to move from the first principles of economic evaluation to practical application of the techniques.

Description:

Day 1: 27th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
In the morning a brief introduction to health economics will be provided and the main types of economic evaluation used in health care are in the introduction. In the afternoon we go on to consider how the cost components of an economic evaluation can be completed. This will include how the costs can be identified, measured and valued, as well as key things to consider when estimating costs.

Day 2: 28th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
The morning will be spent considering how the other part of every economic evaluation, benefits, can be identified, measured and valued. In the afternoon we move back to consider when an economic evaluation should be conducted and, in practical terms how an economic evaluation might be performed.

Faculty:

Luke Vale:Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; Health Foundation Chair in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Laura Ternent: Economics Editor, Cochrane Incontinence Review Group, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Ian Shemilt: Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; School of Medicine, Health Policy & Practice University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

Venue:

Venue: Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) Hyderabad| Plot # 1, A N V Arcade| Amar Co-operative Society, Kavuri Hills| Madhapur| Hyderabad- 500033|Tel: 91 40 49006000 Seating limit: 50- 60 (so hurry, spaces are limited) Registration: 20 US$. Registration covers your attendance at this symposium, refreshments, and lunch on both days.

For more details and to register:

http://colloquium.cochrane.org/post-colloquium-symposia-and-workshops-27-28-september-2014

Download Brochure

Monday, September 29, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form







Cochrane Health Economics Workshop (8:00 AM)

Background

This two-day workshop is designed to provide an introduction to health economics.

Target audience:

This is an opportunity for those with an interest in using health economics but with only limited experience to move from the first principles of economic evaluation to practical application of the techniques.

Description:

Day 1: 27th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
In the morning a brief introduction to health economics will be provided and the main types of economic evaluation used in health care are in the introduction. In the afternoon we go on to consider how the cost components of an economic evaluation can be completed. This will include how the costs can be identified, measured and valued, as well as key things to consider when estimating costs.

Day 2: 28th September | 09:00 – 17:00 hours
The morning will be spent considering how the other part of every economic evaluation, benefits, can be identified, measured and valued. In the afternoon we move back to consider when an economic evaluation should be conducted and, in practical terms how an economic evaluation might be performed.

Faculty:

Luke Vale:Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; Health Foundation Chair in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Laura Ternent: Economics Editor, Cochrane Incontinence Review Group, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, Institute of Health and Society Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK Ian Shemilt: Convenor, Campbell and Cochrane Economic Methods Group; School of Medicine, Health Policy & Practice University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

Venue:

Venue: Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) Hyderabad| Plot # 1, A N V Arcade| Amar Co-operative Society, Kavuri Hills| Madhapur| Hyderabad- 500033|Tel: 91 40 49006000 Seating limit: 50- 60 (so hurry, spaces are limited) Registration: 20 US$. Registration covers your attendance at this symposium, refreshments, and lunch on both days.

For more details and to register:

http://colloquium.cochrane.org/post-colloquium-symposia-and-workshops-27-28-september-2014

Download Brochure

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Promoting Adolescent Health In Low And Middle Income Countries (9:00 AM)

September 22 - October 3, 2014

Course Objective

The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge, conceptual frameworks and tools necessary to strengthen and develop their capacity for managing health sector policies and programmes for adolescent health and development.

Course Focus

The course will specifically focus on:

  • What is adolescence and special focus areas?
  • Frameworks for adolescent health and development
  • An understanding of processes of health promotion programme planning, design and implementation.
  • Addressing needs of adolescents
  • Pre-conception care: Healthy Transitions for Adolescents
  • Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
  • Tackling prevention of risk factors related to Non-communicable diseases
  • Developing responsive and sensitive programmes to address the key public health challenges like, SRH, HIV/AIDS, substance use, violence, mental health, nutrition related problems etc. being faced by adolescents
  • National Adolescent Health Strategy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
  • Adolescents specific policies and services
  • Surveillance and monitoring

Who should attend?

The course has been designed for health care service providers working at different levels (Central, State and district level officials), working in the areas of health and development in government sectors, public sectors, Non Government Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), public private cooperation, academic institutes and other relevant sectors.

Eligibility Criteria

Acceptance on the course will be based on a completed application form submitted to the Public Health Foundation of India. Applicants should have a good command of English, as all teaching will be in English.

Course fee

A course fee of INR 40,000. This fee covers participation in the course and the course materials. This will be exclusive of travel cost, accommodation and meals.

The deadline for receiving course applications has been extended until August 14, 2014

Download Brochure Download Application Form




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