Spring School of Global Health

NEXT Spring SCHOOL COURSES WiLL take place on the week of 22-26 march 2021

 

Please note: registration for the Spring School will close on Friday the 19th of March 2021 at 5pm Geneva time. 

2021 spring school program

 

1 Health System Assessment in Humanitarian Crises (please note this course has had to be POSTPONED to the 31st of March and 1st of April 2021).

Monday 22 March and Tuesday 23 March 2021

« Health System Assessment in Humanitarian Crises”, run by Prof. Karl Blanchet, Director, Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies (a joint Centre of Université de Genève / The Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva)

 

2 Epidemiology Workshop on specific issues  (PLEASE NOTE THIS COURSE IS ALREADY FULL) 

Monday 22 March and Tuesday 23 March 2021:

“Epidemiology Workshop on specific issues” (please note this is not an introductory course but a workshop on specific epidemiological issues that you can bring to the course), run by Jinkou (Button) Zhao, MD PhD, senior specialist for impact and evaluations, the Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland; professor of epidemiology, Nanjing Medical University School of Public Health, Nanjing, China.

 

3 International Development Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

Thursday 25 March and Friday 26 March 2021:

“International Development Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)”, led by Dejan Loncar, Senior M&E Specialist, Institute of Global Health and various UN agencies

 

4 COVID-19 : precision epidemic forecasting using critical data

Thursday 25 March and Friday 26 March 2021:

“COVID-19 : precision epidemic forecasting using critical data”, run by Prof. Antoine Flahault (ISG, UNIGE) and Prof. Christine Choirat (EPFL-ETHZ). 

 

 


 

 

 

Monday 22 March 2021

Tuesday 23 March 2021

Thursday 25 March 2021

 Friday 26 March 2021

09:00-17:00 

 “Epidemiology Workshop on specific issues”,

run by Jinkou Zhao (Button)

 “Epidemiology Workshop on specific issues”,

run by Jinkou Zhao (Button)

 “International Development Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)”,

led by Dejan Loncar

 “International Development Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)”,

led by Dejan Loncar

09:00-17:00

 

« Health System Assessment in Humanitarian Crises”,

run by Prof. Karl Blanchet, Director, Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies (a joint Centre of Université de Genève / The Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva)

 

« Health System Assessment in Humanitarian Crises”,

run by Prof. Karl Blanchet, Director, Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies(a joint Centre of Université de Genève / The Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva)

 

 “COVID-19 : precision epidemic forecasting using critical data”

run by Prof. Antoine Flahault (ISG, UNIGE) and Prof. Christine Choirat (EPFL-ETHZ)”

 

 “COVID-19 : precision epidemic forecasting using critical data”

run by Prof. Antoine Flahault (ISG, UNIGE) and Prof. Christine Choirat (EPFL-ETHZ)”