Santa Maria College
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Public Health Courses

 

 

We offer the following Public Health courses:

 

 

  1. Improving Practical Public Health Skills

 

Topic:              Improving Practical Public Health Skills

 

Venue:            London, UK

 

Cost:               £387, which covers includes course fee, course materials, lunch and refreshments

 

Dates:             From 11th and 12th August 2017

 

Participants:                This successful course was first launched in 1995 and is suitable for all multiprofessional healthcare workers in public health, which include doctors, dentist, pharmacist, nurses, scientist, administrators and all those involved in Public Health Medicine.

 

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  1. Dealing with Inequality and Co-morbidity Issues

 

Topic:              Dealing with Inequality and Co-morbidity Issues

 

Venue:            London, UK

 

Dates:             13 to 14 August 2017

 

Cost:               £387, which covers the course fee, course materials, lunch and refreshments)

 

Participants:   This successful course was first launched in 1991 and is suitable for all

multiprofessional healthcare workers in public health, which include doctors, dentist,

pharmacist, nurses, scientist, administrators and all those involved in research in

public health medicine and primary care.

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  1. Teaching   Smoking Cessation Techniques

 

Topic:              Teaching   Smoking Cessation Techniques

 

Venue:            Plovdiv, Bulgaria

 

Cost:               £387, which covers the course fee, course materials, lunch and refreshments

 

Dates:              24 to 25 November 2017

 

Participants:    This successful Course was first launched in year 1992 and is suitable for all

Multiprofessional healthcare workers, which include doctors, dentist, pharmacist,

nurses, scientist, administrators and all those involved in Public Health Medicine.

 

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4.              Dealing with Obesity and Overweight Problems in Society

 

Topic:              Dealing with Obesity and Overweight Problems in Society

 

Venue:            London, UK

 

Cost:               £387, which covers the course fee, course materials, lunch and refreshments

 

Dates:              22 to 23 December 2017

 

Participants:    This successful Course was first launched in year 1990 and is suitable for all

Multiprofessional healthcare workers, which include doctors, dentist, pharmacist,

nurses, scientist, administrators and all those involved in Public Health Medicine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGISTRATION AND FURTHER INFORMATION

 

If you are interested in attending the courses listed above, or require more information, please contract info@santamariacollege.org.uk  for course pack and registration/booking forms.  C.P.D and C.M.E points have been obtained for delegates on the above courses. Alternatively, you can complete the Course Contact Form below and further details will be sent to you.

 

 

 

 

 

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We are located at:

Various international locations where the Association of Health Care Professionals (AHCP) members are based.

 

The AHCP has a UK office at:

 

27 Old Gloucester Street
London WC1N 3AX, England, United Kingdom

                  

 

 

 

 

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