by improving education and training
of public health professionals
for both practice and research
Deans' & Directors' Retreat - Erice, Sicily
26-29 May 2019
Ashkelon and Tel Aviv, Israel, November 2018
Ljubljana, Slovenia 2018
Milan, October 2015
ASPHER would like to invite you to collaborate in a study entitled: "Public Health Education and Social Accountability in Europe"
Public Health education and training has the ability to provide the enabling environment for socially oriented public health professionals who are highly involved in activities that benefit the community. This study would try to measure the correlation between public health education and training and the direct impact of public health professionals on their respective communities and health inequalities in the European region.
The study objectives are: To explore the social impact of graduates from the public health schools on the community; and to analyse the correlation between public health education and training on social impact.
This study will apply a quantitative research methodology, using an online survey to collect data from students and graduates of public health schools in the European region. The study population includes all students studying at the Schools of Public Health (undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD), and those who have completed their studies over the past 10 years (and their email addresses are available).
If you are interested in taking part in this study, what is required of you is to appoint a contact person to coordinate the research at your institution, who will be responsible for sending the link to the questionnaire for the research population. We will be happy to receive your reply by June 30th.
For questions or comments regarding the study contact:
Nadav Davidovitch, Head SPH, Ben Gurion University, Israel. Email: email@example.com
Keren Dopelt, SPH, Ben Gurion University, Israel. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Otok, ASPHER. Email: email@example.com
Naomi Nathan, ASPHER. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org