The training programme is a local, face-to-face programme focused on training the next generation of public health leaders in Tunisia on various subjects of public health, with topics ranging from health economics, health promotion, vaccines, and management of non-communicable diseases.
The training sessions bring together theory, case-studies and other interactive learning methodologies. A considerable emphasis is placed on feedback and experiences of the participants. Thus, each participant can share his or her experiences and foster reflection with the other participants and the instructor.
The intended audience is junior doctors, health professionals, NGOs members and members of the public health workforce who seek education and training in public health principles, problem-solving skills, quantitative methods, organization and management of health programs, and preparation for new and emerging threats to the health of the public.
TunCPH is always seeking collaboration with public health training institutions and public health schools worldwide to organize the training sessions. If you like what we do and you think you or your institution could help us improve the public health skills of the Tunisian health community please contact the programme director, Yassine Kalboussi.
Refugee & Migrant Mental Health training program held the 14th and 15th of January at WHO office in Tunis.
The training was delivered by Dr. Karima Wiksten Assel , Affiliate researcher at Epidemiology of Mental Health Group at Karolinska Institutet - Sweden and Dr. Frida Johansson Metso an expert in trauma and psychological interventions for Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Training on human rights and HIV-AIDS on 19 January 2019 in Tunis . This training aimed to deepen participants' understanding of the various human rights instruments related to HIV.
It also aimed to raise awareness of the notion of discrimination against people living with HIV (PLHIV) in different institutional settings and the human rights of those most at risk of infection (confidentiality, non-discrimination, right to care, consent enlightened ...), in addition to strengthening their capacities in human rights-based programming.
Christian Tshimbalanga Mwata international expert on HIV and human rights.
Zied Mhirssi - Public Health Expert
Yassine Kalboussi - Public Health Consultant
The program for this session focused on several areas, including 'The linkages between HIV and human rights'; 'Relevant tools in the analysis of human rights violations related to HIV'; 'Identifying situations of discrimination against PLHIV'; 'Presentation of the UNAIDS Protocol'; 'The application of human rights to groups vulnerable to HIV' and 'Human rights-based programming.
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