Scientific Writing Course from TEPHINET
A free Scientific Writing Training course is available for Junior-level scientists, Field Epidemiology Training Program participants, and general public interested in scientific writing. The course can be undertaken at anytime online.
This scientific writing course guides learners through the process of writing and publishing an original research manuscript (called a “scientific paper” throughout this course).
The course originated as a three-day scientific writing workshop for global Field Epidemiology Training Program residents and emerging authors. Materials were converted to an e-learning course to expand reach and increase flexibility and convenience for learners. The course includes both infectious and non-communicable disease examples.
For more information, visit: https://www.tephinet.org/scientific-writing-training-english
Role of Faith-Based Leaders and Communities in the Prevention and Control of COVID-19
WEBINAR: Role of Faith-Based Leaders and Communities in the Prevention and Control of COVID-19
Speaker: Reverend James Bhagwan
Date: Wednesday 8 July 2020
Time: 08:00 to 09:00 (Manila time) / 12:00 to 13:00 (Suva time)
Zoom link: https://protectau.mimecast.com/s/BlhBC91ZRphkgkAoRsZwGJb?domain=who.zoom.us
Contact: Dr Jocelyne Basseal for any information on future topics (bassealj[at]who.int)
Shared by Vanessa Sparke, AHRG member and member of the Western Pacific Region Infection Prevention and Control Network.
Learn-by-doing research workshops
Associate Professor Peter Massey will deliver a series of ‘learn-by-doing’ workshops with final year students at Atoifi College of Nursing.
Peter is a Clinical Nurse Consultant and Program Manager for Health Protection with Hunter New England Population Health and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the College of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University. Peter is a Foundation member of the Atoifi Health Research Group.