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Public Health in Complex Emergencies course - 2007 dates

The Public Health in Complex Emergencies Training Programme (PHCE) is an internationally recognised, two-week long residential training programme conducted three times a year. It is the result of a collaboration of five organisations:

Dates for the 2007 courses are:

April 16-28 - American University of Beirut, Lebanon
August 13-25 - Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Bangkok, Thailand
December 3-15 - Institute of Public Health, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda

Details are now available from www.phcetraining.org where you can download applications from the website or apply online.

For further information, contact: Lorna Stevens, International Rescue Committee, Health Unit - PHCE, email: Lorna.Stevens@theirc.org

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Public Health in Complex Emergencies course - 2007 dates. Field Exchange 30, April 2007. p16. www.ennonline.net/fex/30/publichealthincomplexemergencies

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