Public health reflects the study of epidemiology, the study of the distribution and determinants of diseases and health conditions, or general health conditions among the population, and the application of this study to control health problems. It focuses on caring for the health of individuals in different sectors of society and for all businesses, Which improves the social and economic returns and the return of human resources becomes more diversified. The functions of public health workers usually begin by research and study in order to determine the causes of the health status of the members of each category and their needs to promote and promote public health.
The British Academy for Training and Development offers a training course on the objectives and challenges of public health and how to raise the level of civilization and productivity in the country, to each person concerned with improving the quality of health services to which he is responsible in one way or another.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Public health workers within governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Observers in pharmaceutical companies and hospitals.
Students of colleges and institutes of health who wish to specialize in epidemiology and public health in particular.
Public health professionals.
Sports Medicine Specialists.
Physiotherapists and specialists.
A health practitioner who seeks to broaden his / her knowledge of health guidance assets.
Health and health care workers; doctors, nurses, etc.
Specialists in the field of guidance and public health.
Specialists in Psychology and Special Education.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the programme, delegates will be able to:
Current public health problems and issues faced.
Understanding the practice and importance of public health epidemiology as it relates to reality.
Better assessment of public health programs and policies.
How to work to provide what is necessary to promote public health.
A path that promotes health behaviors and provides environmental justice for healthy habits and promoting a culture of health choice.
Identify common public health issues such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and infectious diseases - locally and globally - through the lens of epidemiology.