Call for Applications-Field Epidemiology Fellowships at Makerere university

Call for Applications-Field Epidemiology Fellowships at Makerere university
Some members of the Initial Cohort of PHFP-FET introduce themselves at the PHFP Official Launch, 30th April 2015, Serena Hotel, Kampala Uganda.
Some members of the Initial Cohort of PHFP-FET introduce themselves at the PHFP Official Launch, 30th April 2015, Serena Hotel, Kampala Uganda.

The Ministry of Health (MoH) in partnership with Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is implementing the Public Health Fellowship Program (PHFP), an initiative to develop the next generation of public health leadership for Uganda.

The goal of this program is to develop competent workforce by learning-through service and responding to real public health problems of Uganda.

The PHFP is offered in five tracks, namely: Field Epidemiology Track (FET); Laboratory Systems Track; Health Informatics Track; Health Economics (Prevention Effectiveness) Track, and Monitoring and Evaluation Track.

The FET is a 2-year training-through-service program in applied epidemiology and public health leadership. Fellows develop competencies by providing valuable public health services to the Ministry of Health and District Health Teams;

Please see Downloads for details on the FET including required qualifications

How to Apply:

Interested applicants should visit the website at http://www.musphcdc.ac.ug for a detailed description of the program and to download application materials. Completed copies of application materials should reach the undersigned not later than Friday, July 17th, 2015:

The Dean,
School of Public Health,
College of Health Sciences
Makerere University
P.O. Box 7072, Kampala.

Hand delivery:
Room 215, 2nd Floor, MakSPH Building,
New Mulago Hospital Complex.

For more information please contact:
Mr. Joseph KB Matovu,
Telephone: +256 414 533 958,
Email: jmatovu[at]musph.ac.ug

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