Due to the overwhelming success of the second Summer School held between 27th June & 15th July 2011, the third iPRI – University of Dundee Summer School on Epidemiology and Global Health will be held in 2012. The Summer School will provide a three week programme of lectures and workshops from internationally renowned experts. It is aimed at stimulating research in the prevention of chronic disease and debating progress towards achieving health related Millennium Development Goals.
The Summer School is aimed at healthcare professionals from an international base and will benefit junior and senior personnel involved in chronic disease registration; physicians; nurses; public health staff; health-related professionals; health researchers and postgraduate students with an interest in the epidemiology of chronic diseases and factors affecting global health. A basic understanding of biostatistics is recommended.
Fellowships will be available for delegates from the following (please visit the World Bank website for country classifications):
Low-income countries: 100% fellowship
Lower-middle-income countries: 75% fellowship
Upper-middle-income countries: 50% fellowship