Union courses enable clinicians, programme managers and other healthcare professionals to develop and strengthen their knowledge and skills, in order to provide quality care for patients.
International Management Development Programme (IMDP) courses strengthen health systems by training health professionals in the specific management competencies that are essential for healthcare programmes to provide quality care for patients.
Tobacco Control courses strengthen capacity for effective programmes in countries with the highest burden of tobacco use. Technical training courses assist countries in meeting requirements under the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).
These courses train health professionals in the management competencies that are essential for healthcare programmes to provide quality care.
These courses cover clinical and programmatic aspects of tuberculosis, multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, tuberculosis-HIV and tobacco control.
These programmes train promising individuals in implementing operational research, to improve health care delivery and public health.
These courses strengthen capacity for effective tobacco control programmes in countries with the highest burden of tobacco use.
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The Union’s faculty members consist of medical doctors, researchers, clinicians and other public health professionals who specialize in tuberculosis (TB), TB-HIV, MDR-TB, Tobacco Control and other lung health diseases. Distinguished faculty from all around the world facilitate beneficial training courses that assist health professionals in improving the health of those living in low- and middle-income countries.
Andrews Seglah , Ghana
The Union’s courses continue to provide quality training and education to its participants. Our years of dedicated educational services originates from the need of valuable knowledge and skills to be acquired by public health professionals, from low- and middle-income countries. We strive to provide the necessary tools needed to address the challenges faced by national programme managers and healthcare administrators in limited-resource settings. Former course participants share their experiences.
Budget Planning and Project Management
Dr Uladzimir Antonenka , Germany
I am more of a technical person and I did not have formal project management training. I was learning by doing. Now I have a different perspective, I have the theory and the practice. The content will impact how I run future projects, more professionally.
Program Manager for Central Asia Republics
Dr Jingtao Gao , China
I was impressed by this advanced tuberculosis (TB) course that took all of us participants from theory to practice in TB care and prevention. It was well designed and meticulously implemented. It provided plenty of up-to-date supporting resources and articles and we got a chance to experience what happens in real life during the field visits. The faculty chosen for this course was exceptionally good and engaging. I have already applied data-driven supervision and capacity building through sharing evidence-based inputs in my work.
Clinical Center on TB, China CDC
Emily Muga , Kenya
In the Strategic Planning and Innovation course, I learned how to creatively analyse situations, review and appraise various options for overcoming obstacles and ensure we are taking the best approach.
Head of Special Programmes, Kenya Red Cross Society
Charity Omenka , Nigeria
I came to the course with three major questions about supply chain management, and they were all answered.
Programme Manager, Institute of Human Virology