STrengthening Network EdUcaTiOn, Research and Innovation in Environmental HeALth in Asia

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Main objective of this project is strengthening research capacities in partner countries in areas of public health, promoting a sound exchange of information and building capacities between higher education institutions of European Union and Central Asia. This objective wil be achieved tuning existing doctoral studies, developing new MSc programs and implementing blended learning approach. The project will enhance the quality & relevance of higher education across European and Central Asian regions and India in the public health areas and improve their capacity for sustainable international cooperation, thus collaborating at the creating a long lasting excellence international network, to continue its activities after the end of the project period.
Specific objectives:
– To foster professional competences of teachers in distinctive areas of Environmental & Occupational Health and Public Health;
– To revise & update existing MSc & PhD curricula in EH, OH & PH
– To develop new MSc in EH, OH & PH tailored to local needs;
– To introduce new pedagogical methods & quality assurance mechanism for Master studies;
– To establish educational laboratories at PC universities for graduate students;
– To establish e-learning systems at partner countries universities to support regular students, correspondence students as well as professionals in life-long learning.
The revised and newly introduced MSc & PhD programs will strenghen educational & research capacity of health systems in partner countries.
It will become a base for preparation of skilled & knowledgable public health specialists for health care systems in PCs.
Established e-labs at Universities with Managed Learning Environment system and introduced b-learning in teaching & learning will improve students’ thinking skills, problem solving abilities, and collaborative development of knowledge. Therefore, it will enhance capacity & quality of higher education and produced human resources for public health systems in PCs.