This short course is being run by the LSHTM's Centre for Global Chronic Conditions.
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for the greatest burden of death and disability worldwide. NCDs are of critical importance to all countries and are firmly on the global public health and development agenda.
This multi-disciplinary course will equip participants with the latest knowledge on the current paradigms, controversies, and state of the art methods in epidemiology, health systems, health economics, and policy issues related with NCDs
The faculty includes internationally renowned experts in the field of NCDs including leading academics from LSHTM, Oxford, and Imperial, and representatives from the World Health Organization, NCD Alliance, and from non-governmental organizations.
Who should attend?
Healthcare and public health professionals to policymakers from a range of sectors who are interested in studying and working on NCDs from an interdisciplinary perspective. The course will have a Global focus, with experts and examples from a range of settings. Participants should have a basic understanding of statistics and epidemiological study designs and a good command of English.
The fee for 2020 is £1,350.00
This fee covers participation in the course, materials, lunch on day one and one mid-week drink buffet. The fee does not cover travel costs, accommodation or other meals. Fees must be paid in full by the deadline stated on the invoice to secure a place on the course.