Education at Injuries Social Aetiology and Consequences (ISAC)
Here you can find the education and teaching from the Injuries Social Aetiology and Consequences group (ISAC):
- Course leader for the Master course in Collecting and organizing data in the Masters of Public Health track. Contact person Ritva Rissanen.
- Course leader for the course "Collecting and Organizing Epidemiological Data". Contact person Ritva Rissanen.
- Co-course leader for Master course in Public Health: Degree project in Public Health Sciences– Track Public Health Epidemiology'. Contact person Marie Hasselberg.
- Course leader for the Master course called 'Degree project in medical management' and the thesis course for the track Health Economics, Policy and Management. Contact person Mathilde Sengoelge
- Co-course responsible for the master course in Public Health called: Degree project in Public Health Sciences– Track Health Promotion and Prevention. Contact person: Lucie Laflamme
- Responsible for a streamlined course on Ethics in Public Health Practice and Research (streamlined; 8 days) Since 2019, the course is streamlined and integrated, in the main, into three main courses: Introduction to Public Health – Theories and Concepts (3 days); Collecting and Organizing Epidemiological Data (5 days); Degree project in Public Health (1 day). Contact person: Lucie Laflamme
- Doctoral level: Writing a kappa. Organizing and telling your own story (1 week workshop). Contact person: Lucie Laflamme
- Building research capacity: The group coordinates bi- and multilateral research-training programmes at master and doctoral levels in Tanzania and Mozambique.The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) sponsors these programmes, where we train doctoral and masters students in sandwich programmes to build sustainable research capacity in the countries. Injury control and prevention is a central topic and the research projects are conceived in complementarity to one another. Lucie Laflamme is responsible for the Sida project entitled "Mozambique Capacity Building Programme in Public Health Research".