Join Denise Delaney at the International Global Health & Antimicrobial Resistance Workshop taking place in Geneva.
This one-day intensive training course consists of interactive presentations, discussions and practical problem exercises around the following topics:
- The complexity of resistance
- AMR as a risk for health, security and development
- AMR surveillance and research
- Common problems and possible solutions for programmatic management of AMR
- AMR action plan & health system strengthening
The event is hosted by the World Federation of Public Health Associations and the panel of speakers also includes health professionals, ministers, policy makers and researchers.
This one-day intensive training course consists of interactive presentations, discussions and practical problem exercises.
About the World Federation of Public Health Associations
The WFPHA is an international, nongovernmental organization composed of over 100 associations member, mostly multidisciplinary national public health associations, and representing around 5 millions public health professionals worldwide.
It is the only worldwide professional society representing and serving the broad field of public health.
WFPHA’s mission is to promote and protect global public health. It does this throughout the world by supporting the establishment and organizational development of public health associations and societies of public health, through facilitating and supporting the exchange of information, knowledge and the transfer of skills and resources, and through promoting and undertaking advocacy for public policies, programs and practices that will result in a healthy and productive world.