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Summaries of the different MPH modules, M1 and M2, ECTS value

and teaching schedule, academic year 2010-2011


Key Words:

Molecular biology, Pathogenesis, Infectious disease, Genetic disease

Incentives, Health care regulation, Information asymmetry, Economic evaluation, Health econometrics, Sociology and political science in health; Health economics; Health geography and demography; Health education; Law and health, Behavioral sciences

Global health, International health, Developing countries, Burden of diseases, Health inequalities, Complex emergencies

Biostatistics, Theoretical modeling, Medical information system, Epidemiology of infectious diseases, Integrative modeling, Multiple linear regression, Logistic regression,

Epidemiology, Causal inference, AIDS, Stroke and cardiovascular disease, Life table, Survival analysis, Cohort studies, Case control studies, Ecological studies, Proportional hazards, Poisson regression

Environmental health, Occupational health, Exposure sciences, Health risk assessment, Toxicology, Environmental epidemiology, Vulnerability, Globalization and health, Global change and health, Ecology of infectious disease, Climate change and health, Large-scale transportation and disease, Ecosystem alteration and disease emergence. Anthropogenic effects, Health impacts

Humanitarian health, humanitarian emergency interventions, international law, operational research, developing countries, ethics and humanitarian action

Vector-borne disease; Dengue fever; Public intervention; Interdisciplinary approach; Public health; Diagnosis.

Mots-clés référencement:

EHESP, Master, Public, Health, Population, Interdisciplinary, Biology, Infectious, Disease, Genetic, Sciences, Care, Management, Leadership, Regulation, Economic, Evaluation, Sociology, Policy, Politics, Decision making, Geography, Demography, Education, Law, Behavioral, Global, International, Burden, Inequalities, Biostatistics, Modeling, Information, Epidemiology, Regression, Logistic, Causal, Inference, Life, Table, Survival, Analysis, Cohort, Studies, Case control, Ecological, Proportional, Hazards, Environmental, Occupational, Exposure, Risk, Assessment, Toxicology, Vulnerability, Globalization, Change, Climate, Ecosystem, Emerging, Impacts, Vector, Dengue


M1 :









Module title



Coordinator



Syllabus



ECTS

Teaching period (week, year)

118

Inter-disciplinary Module 3 "Introduction to health sciences"



Elifsu Sabuncu & Colin Tinsley



The module consists of 4 days of intensive courses delivered by experts from different fields of biological science. The aim is to introduce the students to the key concepts related to biology and to the more important of the techniques used in biology and in medical research. An understanding of these concepts is important in the analysis of epidemiological and other scientific data related to biology and for subsequent decision-making in public health policy.

Target audience: The course is intended both for MPH students who don't have initial training in biology and for those who would like to update their knowledge of biological concepts important in health sciences.

Course format: The course consists of 4 days of 5 lectures (1.5 hour long each) , including one « close-up » lecture/day (20 lectures total). Prerequisite: none

3

35, 2010

101

Inter-disciplinary Module1 “Global health”

Philippe Guérin

This module aims to introduce students with basic knowledge in global health. The module will cover the concept of burden of disease, with a particular focus on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It will also provide basic concepts in health economics in order to understand the main challenges faced by public health and health systems in developing countries.

3

36, 2010

102 to 104

Social and behavioral sciences in public health

Karine Chevreul & Jocelyn Raude


This module aims to introduce students with the basic knowledge in several disciplinary approaches of social sciences that are of interest in public health:  sociology and behavioural sciences, geography and demography, economics. It illustrates their use through cases of public health policies.

3 x 3

38, 40 and 42 2010,

105 to 107

Epidemiology

A primer in Epidemiology


Denis Bard

Course objectives will be to make students able to: understand key concepts in epidemiology; read critically an epidemiology paper; discuss the appropriate design for investigating an epidemiologic question.

Each main topic lecture will be followed by an approximately equal time for students working as a small group (3-4) to read an article abstract and the section related to the topic presented in the lecture. Each group will contribute to a wrap-up discussion with the teacher.

The course will allow students to manipulate epidemiologic data for half a day (at the end of the course). Students will be provided with relevant material to read prior to each lecture, e.g. abstracted from the Centers for Disease Control’ “Principles of Epidemiology” and alike. Conferences will be given by invited scientists at least once a week during lunch break.

3 x 3

44, 46 and 48, 2010

111 to 113

Information Sciences and biostatistics

Séverine Deguen

The main objective of this program is to give methodological keys to comprehend quantitatively a public health problem. More precisely, this course covers the basic tools for the collection, analysis, and presentation of data.

At the end of the biostatistics program, each student should be able to:

(1) Read critically an article/report dealing with biostatistical notions

(2) Exchange with scientific persons including biostatisticians

(3) Conduct a preliminary/simple statistical analysis

Topics covered include:

  • Statistical descriptive analysis

  • Hypothesis testing: methods for comparison of categorical, discrete and continuous data including ANOVA, t-test, chi-Squares …

  • Three regression models are studied in detail: linear, logistic and Cox models, which are the most basic models used in public health.

Each methodological course is followed by an application including exercises, cases study, articles/report discussion and data analysis on computers. Those applications cover different public health topics. The data analysis is carried out using the STATA Software.

Each week is ended by a conference that illustrates the usefulness of biostatistics methodology.

3 x 3

50, 2010, 2 and 4, 2010

114 to 116


Environmental and occupational health sciences

Olivier Blanchard

 The impact of some environmental factors on public health is known since the Minamata disaster or Rachel Carlson’s book on pesticides (“Silent spring”). From the early 60’s up to now, the interrelations between environmental or occupational problems and politics and health of populations have been increasing. They are often complex and unforeseeable. The aim of this module is to analyse and understand (i) the interdisciplinary context of public health challenges of environmental or occupational origin, (ii) the main environmental or occupational risk factors for public health and the corresponding issues (iii) the weight of related uncertainty in a changing context (climate, spatiotemporal variability, globalization, threats...).

Lectures, case studies and group works are proposed during three week-ends (9ECTS) where students will be in contact with researchers of high professional experience, a conference closing each period.

 

3 x 3

6, 10 and 12, 2011

108 to 110

Management and health policy sciences -1

Introduction to health systems and policies

Karine Chevreul, Sébastien Woynar

& Olivier Borraz

The modules "management and health policy" provides students with an understanding of the issues of managing health system and organizations.

 The health policy part examines health care systems and the policy process, with an emphasis on the role of the different stakeholders (the state, the medical profession, patient organizations). It uses a comparative approach and presents several examples of health care systems to illustrate the health policy process.

The second part of this module will provide basic understanding of health care management and organizational dynamics, including how organization relate to their environment, organization design, the managerial role, leadership, communication and power and strategy."

3x3

14, 17 and 19, 2011

117

Inter-disciplinary Module 2 “Emerging and re-emerging diseases”

Antoine Flahault



The content of the M1 and MBA course on emerging infectious diseases will focuse on studying a contemporary case study of emergence of vector-borne epidemic. The objective is to provide students and professionals with the main contributions of the interdisciplinary approach to face this emergence (epidemiology, virology, immunology, social and behavioural sciences, entomology, clinical research and animal health) and on the process of public intervention. The first year, the case study will be the dengue fever epidemic in the Caribbean islands and the course, provided by researchers and health professionals, will be concentrate on two days (18 hours).

3

21, 2011

119

Langage

Denis Zmirou

This 32 hours course will be offered to international students who are not familiar with French and, conversely, to French speaking students who want to have a better master of English as the international language of communication.

Personal work will complement the class lessons.

3

All along the year, Friday afternnoon

120

International training course

Elias Mossialos et Karine Chevreul

1 week seminar abroad (location TBA)


3

24, 2011
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