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2nd PENAPH Conference: 7 Pre and Post Conference Courses in January 2018 at Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Second PENAPH Conference Course Catalog

We are pleased to announce 7 pre- and post-PENAPH Conference courses. The course offer a variety of perspectives on participatory and qualitative methods in animal Health, One Health, Eco-Health and surveillance. Course durations range from one-day introductions to a full 10-day course in participatory epidemiology as the first step to PENAPH certification as a PE Practitioner.

We are currently creating the registration site on Eventbrite which will handle Conference and course registration and payment. Course will be held at Khon Kaen University.

Detailed course posted on the Second Conference Page (https://penaph.net/second-penaph-conference-participatory-approaches-in-animal-health-public-health-one-health-and-ecohealth/). Fees include lunch, coffee breaks and local transport. Course fees do not include travel expenses, hotels or meals not specifically mentioned.

Courses:

  • Lawa Lake Trip: Integrated control of liver fluke using an EcoHealth/ One Health approach, 1 day field trip Jan 9 2018, KKU
  • Qualitative research applied to surveillance, 4 day course, Jan 15-18, CIRAD
  • Participatory animal health monitoring, 1 day course, Jan 9, Brooke
  • Using participatory methods to strengthen animal health care systems, 1 day course, Jan 15, Brooke
  • Introduction to Participatory Epidemiology and Surveillance, 10 day course, Jan 15-19, 22-26, PENAPH
  • Building a syndromic surveillance system one step at a time, 4 day course, Jan 15-18, Berne
  • Introduction to qualitative research methods in One Health Research, 2 day course, Jan 8 and 9, Liverpool

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