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19 Feb 2014
There is a new and free eLearning course in Research Ethics made by the Global Health Network and WHO.

'' Research Ethics Online Training is adapted from an e-Learning course and resource package designed and produced by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for use by internal staff. This online training will help you to test your knowledge of the course material and to gain certification to demonstrate that you have successfully completed the entire course''

Find it on http://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/elearning/research-ethics/
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1 May 2013
The TRREE team launched a new TRREE module:Module 3.2: Good Clinical Practice (GCP). This GCP module is freely available in English, French and German. It adds an important training component for those who develop, conduct or review clinical trials.http://elearning.trree.org/

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PhD program in International Health
4 February 2013

The CIHLMU-PhD-Program International Health combines health related research in the widest sense, and development cooperation. Special focus lies in educating young researchers to become in their turn educators within developing countries of the next generation of health professionals. Not only acquisition of knowledge for their personal interest, but to import knowledge to areas in need and multiply it there should be one leading work ethic while being a PhD-Student at CIHLMU. This motive is complying with global development strategies that have recognized the human resource crisis as a key factor in the deterioration of health systems in developing countries. From this stance arises a certain focus on candidates from developing countries, in order to supply their home countries with competent and responsible researchers and health professionals. However, the PhD-Program is open to anyone sharing the interest in health-related issues in the field of development cooperation. Therefore we encourage all professionals of any nationality to become part of the CIHLMU-PhD-Program, people working in the field of health or in health related areas, that are willing to improve local research and health situations both through manpower and knowledge.

Requirements

The PhD-Program in International Health at CIHLMU is designed for health professionals, and those working in related fields. Principal requirement will be a completed university degree in medicine, or a master degree in a health related field in the broader sense (e.g. Economy with focus Health Economy).

For more details see the attached flyers or visit:

www.international-health.uni-muenchen.de/phd_program/phd_program_info/index.html

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TRREE free online Health Research Ethics and GCP courses
4 February 2013

Free online Health Research Ethics and GCP training offered by TRREE. Available in English, French and German. Follow this link.

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Wellcome Trust: Training fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine
4 February 2013

We are inviting promising researchers tackling research that aims to understand and control diseases affecting human or animal health to apply for Wellcome Trust Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine.

These awards support early-stage researchers in establishing their research careers at academic institutions in low- and middle-income countries.
Training Fellowships are part of our series of public health and tropical medicine career awards, which aim to build sustainable capacity in academic institutions in low- and middle-income countries.

Applications are considered twice a year – the next deadline for preliminary applications is 1 March 2013.

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