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Pique-Nique d'information du SPI : 29 AOÛT 2019

Réforme du 3ème Cycle (r3c)

Collège de liaison des internes de Santé Publique (CLISP)

 

Date à retenir : les choix de stages auront lieu le 4 Octobre 2019 pour les Nouveaux Internes de Santé Publique (NISP)


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COMISSION DE VALIDATION

La prochaine COMMISSION DE VALIDATION DE DES aura lieu Vendredi 20 septembre 2019.

Elle concerne directement :

  • Les internes de phase socle
  • Les internes anciens régime ayant validé leur formation théorique

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Call for application for cohort 2020 ECDC Fellowship Programme EPIET and EUPHEM paths, EU-track

Écrit par Laura MARTIN.

Candidates are invited to apply for a post as a fellow in the ECDC Fellowship Programme, the Intervention Epidemiology path (EPIET) and/or Public Health Microbiology path(EUPHEM), EU-track, which is managed by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC, the Centre). The Centre is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The legal base for the Centre is Regulation (EC) No851/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 establishing a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

Description of the Training Programme :

The ECDC Fellowship Programme is a two-year competency based training with two paths; the field epidemiology path (EPIET) and the public health microbiology path (EUPHEM). Both provide training and practical experience in intervention epidemiology (EPIET) and in public health microbiology (EUPHEM) at national and/or regional centres for surveillance and control of communicable diseases and in laboratories with public health function at collaborative training sites in the European Union and European Economic Area Member States (EU/EEA).

The programme is aimed at EU/EEA medical practitioners, public-health nurses, biologists, epidemiologists, microbiologists, veterinarians and other health professionals with previous experience in public health and a keen interest in intervention epidemiology and public health microbiology. The programme trains EU/EEA fellows in the core competencies required for the investigation and control of communicable disease threats in and beyond Europe. The programme consists of two tracks, the EU-track and the MS-track. In the EU-track, EU/EEA nationals are trained in a Member State different from their country/countries of citizenship.

During the two-year training programme, the fellows will work to meet the following programme objectives:

  • To strengthen the surveillance and control of infectious diseases and other cross-border health threats or issues of public health concern in the EU/EEA Member States and at EU level, supporting the implementation of Decision 1082/2013/EU
  • To enhance response capacities for effective field investigation and communicable disease control at national and community level to meet public health threats
  • To strengthen the European network of public health professionals through use of shared standards and methods, good practices and common public health objectives
  • To support cascading of training and capacity building within the Member States
  • To facilitate multi-disciplinary cooperation in the above fields.

 

The fellows in the EU-track are placed in one of the acknowledged EPIET or EUPHEM training sites outside their country/ies of nationality or citizenship. An updated list of training sites available for 2020will be provided online to the candidates before the face-to-face selection interviews take place.

Under the professional supervision of the training supervisors at a training site, the fellows will carry out activities related to epidemiological and microbiological investigations and interventions, including surveillance, outbreak investigation, applied public health research, teaching/training, public health management and communication, as well as laboratory investigation, biorisk management and quality management for EUPHEM.

The programme’s intended learningoutcomes are described in detail in the ECDC Fellowship Programme Manual.

Candidate’s knowledge about the programme will be assessed during the selection process. Hence before applying to the EPIET/EUPHEM programme, readingthe Manual including annexes is recommended (on the “Documents” page at https://ecdc.europa.eu/en/epiet-euphem/documents).

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