Notice to readers: Master of Applied Epidemiology- scholarships

This notice published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence Volume 22 Number 6, 11 June 1998, contains information on scholarship opportunities in Master of Applied Epidemiology for graduates of the medical and health sciences.

Page last updated: 11 June 1998

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The Master of Applied Epidemiology is a challenging, hands-on program which develops high level expertise in applying epidemiological methods to surveillance, outbreak investigation and disease control. The program is a leading member of the global Network of Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions that is collaborating with WHO's training and emergency response activities.

It is predominantly field-based, involving 21 months of field placement in a public health department or institution, and 12 weeks of intensive coursework (in four blocks) in Canberra.

Graduates of the medical and health sciences, with at least two years' health-related work experience, are eligible to apply for the two-year, full-time scholarships. Selection will be on the basis of academic merit and work experience. Scholars will receive a tax-free stipend of $32,032 pa.

Applications close: 10 July 1998.
For further information and application papers, please contact:
Ros Hales, MAE Administrator, NCEPH, The Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200
Telephone: (02) 6249 2790
Facsimile: (02) 6249 0740

This notice was published in Communicable Diseases Intelligence Vol 22 No 6, 11 June 1998.

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