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ASPHER is the key independent European organisation dedicated to strengthening the role of public health by improving education and training of public health professionals for both practice and research.
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18 May 2022
War in Ukraine and Public Health 
Friday 20 May, 09h00 until 15h30, Gdansk and Zoom
The Medical University of Gdansk and ASPHER will hold a special meeting on the War in Ukraine and Public Health. Speakers include university colleagues from...
18 May 2022
War in Europe was widely perceived as a problem of the past. Consequently, European Schools Public Health have taught little about war and its consequences for population health. This has changed with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the accompanying...
11 May 2022
ASPHER included diversity competence as one of the elements of the ASPHER 2025 strategy, endorsing the need of bringing diversity more into the focus of public health education and training. Over the past 2 years, a working group consisting of senior...

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Folder: COVID-19 Communications | Files in folder: 22
File name DescriptionFile sizeModification date Download
A Pandemic of International Cooperation Slideshow21.5 MB 31.05.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Arabic4.2 MB 05.05.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - French

Déclaration de l’Association des Ecoles de Santé Publique de la Région Européenne (ASPHER) sur la nouvelle explosion épidémique liée au coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

225.7 KB 30.03.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Georgian85.8 KB 03.04.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Italian201.4 KB 15.04.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Polish78.4 KB 30.04.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Portuguese

Declaração da ASPHER sobre a nova Doença por Coronavírus (COVID-19) A emergência de um surto

225.8 KB 30.03.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Russian167.7 KB 22.05.2020
ASPHER COVID19 Statement - Spanish563.4 KB 31.03.2020
ASPHER-COVID19-Herd-Immunity462.2 KB 02.12.2020
ASPHER-Lockdown-induced illnesses568.1 KB 18.12.2020
ASPHER-planning-for-winter-July2020364.8 KB 29.07.2020
ASPHER_weekly_situation_report_19_07_2021-final534.4 KB 25.07.2021
COVID19 lockdown rules17.4 KB 31.12.2020
COVID19 lockdown rules PDF148.9 KB 31.12.2020
COVID19-Vitamin_D-ASPHER382 KB 30.11.2020
Demographic science aids in understanding the spread and fatality rates of COVID-192 MB 19.03.2020
Le plan de continuité d’activité (PCA) de l’EHESP

Un plan de continuité d’activité (PCA) décrit les dispositions qui sont prévues pour garantir, à une organisation, la continuité ou la reprise de ses activités à la suite d’un sinistre ou d’un événement perturbant gravement son fonctionnement normal. Pour l’EHESP, sur l’ensemble des risques identifiés par rapport à la continuité de service, le risque retenu comme le plus grave est une épidémie/pandémie provoquée par un virus émergent. 

311.9 KB 16.03.2020
lockdown-guidelines-21-01pdf150.9 KB 21.01.2021
lockdown-guidelines-21-01xls21.3 KB 21.01.2021

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