21 June 2021

Measuring health and disease

This module was designed to meet the growing need for an applied course in the measurement of a variety of health indicators and outcomes.
21 June 2021

Introduction to health workforce development

This version of the Introduction to Health Workforce Development modules was developed in 2018.
21 June 2021

Health promotion

Welcome to the first unit of the Health Promotion for Public Health module. We hope that the module will be stimulating and relevant to your practice.
21 June 2021

Health management strategies

Welcome to the Health Management II module. This module was created to help expand the capacity of managers in the health and welfare sector.
21 June 2021

Health information systems

Welcome to Unit 1 of Health Information Systems. Unit 1 discusses the District Health System and Primary Health Care approach and the information needs for managing health services at this level.
21 June 2021

Globalisation and health

Welcome to the Globalisation and Health module. For the past several years, much of the content of this module has been offered as a taught course in the Masters in Public Health at the School of Public Health, University of Bergen (UiB), at the School of Public Health and Social Sciences, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (SPHSS, MUHAS), and as a short course at the School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape (SOPH, UWC).
21 June 2021

Epidemiology and control of NCDs

Welcome to the module Epidemiology and Control of Chronic Diseases (Non Communicable Diseases). The terms “chronic diseases” and “non-communicable diseases” are often used interchangeably to refer to the group of long term diseases, or health conditions, that include diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease.
21 June 2021

Alcohol problems

Welcome to the ‘Alcohol Problems: A Health Promotion Approach’ module. Since alcohol abuse can have negative consequences for individuals, families and the wider society, it constitutes an important public health issue.
21 June 2021

Monitoring and evaluation in primary health care

Most of you are likely to be working in the public health sector, be it as part of your country’s national department of public health, a non-governmental organization or a sector which has some linkage with Public Health.