A 5-day course on ‘Ethics in Public Health Practice’ for public health professionals

5th – 9th February 2018

Azim Premji Foundation, Sarjapur Road, Bengaluru

Enable images to see this image of fishermen, taken during the field visit

About the course

Ethics in Public Health Practice is a short-term course designed for public health professionals involved in a range of roles including research, advocacy, training, program design and management, monitoring and evaluation, health promotion and communication.

Public health professionals are routinely confronted with ethical dilemmas and challenges including but not limited to: what kind of health threats and risks deserve an organized response by the health system? How to balance curative vs preventive and promotive care? How to communicate health messages that might conflict with local cultural norms? What benefits do health information systems serve and for whom? Addressing these and arriving at solutions that are informed by clear ethical reasoning is key to public health practice. Ethical and reflective public health practice is the cornerstone of realizing the common goal of Health for All.

What you will learn

  • Comprehensive understanding of ethical principles in public health and their applications in different settings
  • Analytical skills to conceive of possible resolutions to ethical dilemmas in participants’ work settings
  • Strategies to adapt universal guidelines and protocols, customizing them to specific contexts and work settings

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For any further queries, please email us at  public.health@apu.edu.in

 

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