Preconference Courses

    UHSK 2019 Preconference Courses

    UHSK 2019 Preconference Courses


    3rd INTERNATIONAL – 21st NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH CONFERENCE PRECONFERENCE COURSES

    You can register to the preconference courses online via the link provided below. The deadline of applications is 5 pm, 13 October 2019. You will be asked to list the 3 courses you wish to register. Evaluations will be based on course enrollments. If the first course on your list is closed for further enrollments you will be enrolled to your second or third choice.

     *** All courses will be in Turkish language, except “C.12- Emergency and Public Health Workshop”. Emergency and Public Health Workshop will be in English.

    Course Registiration Form: https://forms.gle/tyPTP2v8EUth52Xw6

    Congress Courses Pages : https://uhsk.org/2019/index.php/en/preconference-courses

    Course fee is 150 TRY per course. Please ensure the balance is paid into the account below until 13 October 2019 and send the reciept of the transaction to sayman@hasuder.org.tr

    All bank charges are for the delegate, indicate your name, surname and a statement as “Course fee” with your payment. Beware that credit card payments are not accepted. If payment is not received in time, your registration will be cancelled.

    Account Name: HASUDER

    Bank: Yapi Kredi

    Branch: Hacettepe

    IBAN: TR47 0006 7010 0000 0056 6058 33

    Information on which course you are enrolled will be provided on 16 October 2019.

    If all the three courses on your list is closed for further enrollments your payment will be refunded before 7 December 2019.

    * For those who are not staying in the venue hotel they are also required to pay the daily participation fee for the expenses for lunch and refreshments. http://diamed98.com/halksagligi19/kayit.php

     Course Name & ObjectiveInstructors
    C.01- Participation in EU Projects Objective: Raising awareness on different types of EU funded projects and improve the institutional capacity for participationAsst. Prof. Zeynep Sofuoğluİzmir Demokrasi University School of Medicine Department of Public HealthTurhan Sofuoglu, MDİzmir Tepecik Research and Training Hospital / President of Ambulance Physicians Foundation
    C. 02- Geographic Information Systems Objective: Explaining where and how GIS are used in the field of public health.Prof. Dr. S.Savas DurduranNecmettin Erbakan University School of Engineering &Architecture, President of Department of Geomatics EngineeringProf. Dr. Sibel KıranHacettepe University Institute of Public Health
    C.03- Qualitative data analysis for public health research Objective: Improving the participants’ knowledge on qualitative data analysis via practicing qualitative research methodology. Prof. Dr. Bülent KılıçDokuz Eylül University School of Medicine Department of Public Health
    C.04- Economic Evaluation Methods in Public Health InterventionsObjective: Improving the economic evaluation literacy among the participants for reviewing the relevant literature Mahmut Sadi YardımHacettepe UniversityMelih Kaan Sözmen        İzmir Katip Çelebi UniversitySabanur Çavdar               İstanbul Directorate of HealthŞeyma Arslanİstanbul UniversityÖmer Faruk Tekin          Kütahya University of Health SciencesÇağrı Emin ŞahinMinistry of Health General Directorate of Public Health
    C.05- Systematic Review & MetanalysisObjective: Defining systematic reviews, explaining the benefit of using systematic reviews and improving the basic knowledge on methodological procedures of systematic reviews and metanalysis.Prof. Dr. Pınar OkyayAydın Adnan Menderes University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthProf. Dr. Filiz AbacıgilAydın Adnan Menderes University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthProf. Dr. Zekiye KaraçamAydın Adnan Menderes University, School of Healthc Sciences, Department of MidwiferySercan Öztürk, Research Assistant Aydın Adnan Menderes University, School of Medicine, Department of Public Health
    C.06- Establishing and Managing a Surveillance SystemObjective: Explaining how to establish and manage a surveillance system for emerging public health problemsProf. Dr. Ali Ceylan        Dicle University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthAsst. Prof. Mestan EmekAkdeniz University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthFehminaz Temel, MDDirectorate of Public Health, Department of Early warning and response for health threats, Field Epidemiology Unitİlknur Sülemiş, MDAntalya Directorate of Health, Department of Communicable Diseases, Early Warning and Response Unit
    C.07- Investigator CourseObjective: Explaining the legislation and standards of investigation, and procedures for investigation/ interrogation and reporting.Ömer YürekliMinistry of Health Inspection Board, Principal Investigator
    C.08- Public Mental Health Course for Public Health WorkersObjective: Raising awareness on the holistic connection between mind and body, defining the factors affecting psychosocial wellbeing of an individual and community, and improving their skills to develop multisectoral approach models for mental health promotionProf. Dr. Selma Karabeyİstanbul University, School of Medicine, Department of Public Healthİnanç Sümbüloğlu, Clinical PsychologistMarmara Üniversitesi Tıp FakültesiTıp Eğitimi ADİlker Kayı, MDKoç University, School of Medicine, Department of Public Health
    C.09- Community Oriented Health ServicesObjective: Improving the participants’ skills on regional and local health managementProf. Dr. Bülent KılıçDokuz Eylül University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthProf. Dr. Belgin ÜnalDokuz Eylül University, School of Medicine, Department of Public Health
    C.10- Tobacco Control and Treatment for Smoking CessationObjective: Increasing the knowledge on contemporary information on tobacco control to provide effective support to community level tobacco control efforts and improving the skills for using the correct approaches for the patients who apply for smoking cessationTobacco Control Working Group
    C.11- Environmental Impact Assessment and AdvocacyObjective: Improving the knowledge on environmental impact assessment, use of health impact assessment in environmental impact assessment processes, promoting advocacy for prevention and control of environmental hazards by reviewing the advocacy strategies and successful examples.Ahmet Soysal, MDBuket AtlıCoordinator of Clean Air PlatformProf. Dr. Çiğdem ÇağlayanKocaeli University, School of Medicine, Department of Public HealthProf. Dr. Nilay Etiler LordoğluKocaeli Solidarity Academy
    C.12- Emergency and Public Health Workshop Objective: It is intended to provide a public health perspective on health care during the emergency phase, when priority is given to actions that aim to prevent or reduce excess mortality. Participants will review these intervention priorities labelled as “The ten top priorities”. This label proves to be a useful tool, providing a structure and eventually serving as a kind of checklist during field operations with a basic assumption that if all 10 priorities are properly addressed, excess mortality will be reduced. In the post-emergency phase, a degree of stability has been reached, although the overall equilibrium is still fragile. Excess mortality is under control, but there remains a risk of the situation deteriorating. However, now is the time to draw up new plans, set new priorities and envisage some new programs.Apostolos Veizis, MDMédecins Sans Frontières (MSF)İlker Kayı, MDKoç University, School of Medicine, Department of Public Health
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