The Epiconcept offer:

Specialised in field epidemiology training, Epiconcept offers in particular:

  • Support to Field epidemiology training programmes (current and previous partners: Hong Kong Health Directorate General, Indian Ocean Commission, Health Protection Scotland)
  • Development of curriculum and performing training for national or regional programmes (WHO, PAHO, ECDC and public health institutes in various countries - United Kingdom, Ireland, Serbia, Hong Kong, Canada, Tunisia, Madagascar, Spain)
  • Evaluation of training programmes at the request of governments.

Note: most of Epiconcept's epidemiologists are graduates of Field Epidemiology training programmes (EIS and EPIET)

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Public health data are routinely collected sequentially in time. This training provides participants with methods and statistical techniques to analyse these special kind of data, according to their analysis objectives.

Logistic regression is commonly used in public health for binary health outcomes. This training covers the appropriate choice of regression type, selecting logistic regression models according to your study objectives and interpreting and validating results.
This training aims to strengthen knowledge and skills in terms of population surveys, surveillance, outbreak investigations and epidemiological studies under circumstances of national or international emergency. Epidemiologists are prepared to participate in multidisciplinary and international responses and apply their epidemiological expertise to public health interventions. Specific modules were developed after the earthquake in Haiti and the cholera epidemic that followed in 2010, and after the Ebola epidemic in West Africa in 2014.
This training aims to prepare epidemiologists to participate in the multidisciplinary and international response to complex emergency situations, and to apply their epidemiological skills to public health interventions.

Outbreak investigation is a core part of field epidemiology. The Epiconcept training allows to understand its methodological and operational aspects. It can be carried out with or without using IT tools for outbreak investigation.

This training is designed to reinforce participants’ knowledge and skills in the use of software applications for investigation.