About the Course
The arrival of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic strain of the Coronavirus has highlighted the importance of emergency preparedness, forward planning, and robust outbreak management systems and infrastructure. The importance of the normally, not in the news, Communicable Disease Control expertise and collaborative working with Public Health and other interrelated agencies has come to the forefront. Prevention is the best way forward and this is what we should excel at.
The course will give participants a grounding in the core principles of health protection and is a useful building block towards achieving competency in health protection on call. The content will cover all the Faculty of Public Health competencies, including the DFPH (Diplomate exam) and will serve as a refresher and a primer for new practitioners (Consultant to Health Protection Practitioners).
Dr Bharat Pankhania, Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Exeter Medical School with contributions from expert guest speakers.
Who is it for?
Useful for those already working in or considering working in public health, health protection, infection control, environmental health, infections with an animal and human interface, and primary care.
This six day course will be delivered virtually on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 to 17:00 GMT on 4th, 6th, 11th, 13th, 18th and 20th October 2022 from the comfort of your home and/or office without the need to travel.
Please see more information on the More Info tab.
For a full programme and/or any other enquiries about the course, please email [email protected] or call +44 01392 722964 medicine.exeter.ac.uk/cpd @ExeterMedCPD
Delivery Format (Continued)
(From September 19th there will also be the option to join a welcome pre-course reading week virtual platform: 'Greet and Meet', with Dr Pankhania and delgates on the course.)
The sessions will use a combination of participatory methodologies including presentations, case studies, table top exercises, group discussions and problem-based learning with ample opportunities for discussion.
The course will include approximately 24 taught hours plus self-directed study. We would advise you to make every effort to join all sessions to gain the most out of the course. If you are unable to make one of the sessions, all the sessions will be recorded and made accessible during the course.
At the end of the course the learner will be expected to be able to: