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This course is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the role of public health in identifying and responding to emerging infectious diseases in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The course will cover: Communicable disease control including surveillance, outbreak investigation and interventions; Public health impacts both direct and indirect; Broader social, economic and health impacts in the population.
Who is the course for?
Health professionals (public health professionals, medical doctors, veterinarians, health economists, public administrators, planners, social scientists and health system specialists) who are interested in this multidisciplinary field.
Postgraduate students who wish to gain a broader understanding of the impact and management of a pandemic
MPH students from The University of Queensland and other academic institutions who are currently undertaking their MPH or similar degrees.
MSc and PhD students in epidemiology, health economics, public health and veterinary sciences.
Administrators and leaders in government (State, Federal and Local), businesses (small and large) and NGOs who require a firm foundation on pandemics and the tools to move through them
Location: The course is offered via flexible (Herston campus) and external options.