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Health Officials Undergo Leadership Training

Senior level leaders, managers and practitioners in the health sector have undergone a-two week workshop in health policy and systems to build their leadership and managerial capacity.

Experiences of Stigmatization and Discrimination: Insights and Perspectives of Cured Lepers and their Caregivers

This was a joint presentation made by Dr. Emmanuel Asampong, Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences, School of Public Health and Dr. Mavis Dako Gyeke Head of Department, Social Work, both of University of Ghana, Legon.

Public Health Seminar - Cross-sector approaches in the control of Neglected Tropical Diseases

Professor Moses J. Bockarie  was the first to give the public health seminar at the school for this academic year. He graduated from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM ) in 1992 with a PhD in Medical Entomology.

Signing of Agreement between WHO and the School of Public Health,to support GFELTP

The training of field epidemiology and monitoring staff is critical in strengthening the capacity of medical staff in managing public health emergencies such as Ebola and Cholera.

Ghana HIV and AIDS Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop

The HIV/AIDS pandemic  has been recognized as a socio-developmental challenge with an increasing global  effort to find a lasting solution to the menace. Ghana , in its effort to curb the occurrence of the menace , the Ghana AIDS Commission (GAC) was established.

School of Public Health Selected to host International Postgraduate Training Scheme

University of Ghana specifically, the School of Public Health, has been selected to host an international postgraduate training scheme for Masters and PhD level students, providing full scholarship to up to 10 Masters and 5PhDs students each year.  The training will b

Visit by Prof. William Powderly

As part of his visit to deliver the Vice Chancellor's Occasional Lecture, on the topic " Why Transdisplinary Science is critical to address Global Health Challenges: Lessons from HIV/AIDS, Prof. Powderly visited the School of Public Health.

WHO/TDR Regional Training Centre

The University of Ghana's School of Public Health's role as a WHO/TDR Regional Training Centre for Africa region is in accordance with the University’s aim of becoming a centre of excellence, effectively training a critical mass of researchers, especiall