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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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10 Jan 2022
This webinar is open to the public, registration required. Following the joint meeting with the European Commission, we are inviting you to join this webinar. During this thematic network's second meeting, we will start drafting the themes of the joint...
24 Dec 2021

ASPHER wishes you a very happy, healthy and peaceful holiday season and New Year. We hope you have a chance to unplug and recharge ready for the challenges and opportunities ahead in 2022! Please enjoy the final ASPHER 2021 newsletter!

25 Nov 2021
ASPHER's Statement:  Waive Vaccine Intellectual Property Rights Now has been adopted by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and the Global Network for Academic Public (GNAPH) Read the Summary statement below and...

WORKING GROUP ON UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN PUBLIC HEALTH

The ‘Undergraduate Public Health Education in Europe’ task force’ aims include:

1. to create and disseminate knowledge about current and best practices among public health bachelor degree training programmes in public health across Europe;

2. to promote collaboration initiatives on bachelor programmes across Europe among academic institutions;

3. to support institutions to establish bachelor programmes;

3. to generate knowledge on career progression and employability resources for graduates; and

4. to define core competencies for bachelor graduates to foster employability and accreditation of bachelor programmes. 

The group carried out a survey to examine the undergraduate training in public health, including the ongoing and planned bachelor programmes in Europe to analyse and reflect on their curricula and contents, and to ascertain their need for support in defining best practice and core competences for bachelor graduates to foster employability and accreditation of bachelor programmes. The results are still to be documented in a report with the tentative title “Recommendations for bachelor programmes in public health”. 

The final and main output of the study will be a Recommended Core Curriculum in Public Health grounded on a cohesive and integrative definition of the core knowledge and skills of public health practitioners at bachelor level in the European Region.