This project is about building core competencies in field epidemiology. Thus, it covers issues like surveillance, outbreak investigation, communication skills, training of trainers (ToT), and field research.
The project’s objectives is to build the capacity in core competencies of field epidemiology, and to support the health systems to detect, respond and prevent harmful public health events. The project also aims to build the capacity of the health workforce in training (ToT) to enhance the communication skills, and to support the operation research.
The project is an excellent opportunity for interns to gain skills that would be beneficial for their future careers, such as analyzing, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating training programs. The students would also be conducting operation research, and writing communication work.
During this internship, the interns would be responsible for the following tasks:
- Developing/ enhancing trainings materials.
- Analyzing reports and raw data on training events.
- Developing/ reviewing training tools and methods reviewing the literature.
Minimum Education Requirements:
This opportunity is open to graduate or undergraduate students of Public Health or any other medical or scientific field. We also accept applications from fresh graduates.
Other Relevant Details:
- This is a hybrid opportunity.
- The project can begin as early as October 1, 2022, pending interest.
- This is an unpaid position.
How to Apply:
Send a resume and a cover letter to Ms. Dana Shalabi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested applicants should send their application before September 14.