Health Protection 1
This module provides an introduction to basic concepts in health protection. You will develop an understanding of the principles of health protection including partnership working to deliver health protection within the context controlling communicable diseases and non-communicable environmental hazards.
By the end of the module you should be able to:
1. Be aware of major health protection risks and be able to communicate and link these to the practice of public health.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of basic microbiology, immunology and epidemiology.
3. Discuss the principles of investigating and controlling communicable diseases and non-communicable environmental hazards.
4. Demonstrate an understanding and application of methods for local and national surveillance.
5. Interpret data obtained following an investigation of communicable diseases and non-communicable hazards.
6. Understand emergency planning and response and the specific contribution of various agencies, including their roles and responsibilities.
Module Attendance Required
1 block week of teaching
22 – 26 February 2016
Dr Patrick Saunders
Stand Alone Course
This module can be taken as a standalone course if required. To apply, please contact the Programme Coordinator on 0121 414 7577 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications must be received a minimum of one month before the start date of the module.
For further information on fees and entry requirements, please contact the Programme Administrator. The course can be taken as an assessed or non assessed week.