Congratulations on completing the Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Public Health Dimensions course! It has been a pleasure having you on board for the journey.
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The School of Public Health and Community Medicine (SPHCM) at the UNSW Sydney is a leading international school for the related disciplines of public health, health management and community medicine, with an extensive alumni network in Australia, the Asia-Pacific and beyond. Many of our alumni are leaders in the health sector, and these relationships place the School at the forefront of translation of research into practice. We seek to promote health, prevent disease and strengthen health systems in Australia and the region, and continually work at the interface of research translation.
The School is committed to excellence in research, learning and teaching in public health and health services. SPHCM researchers and teachers bring experience from multiple disciplines and have experience in local, national, and international settings. Teaching at the school is strongly influenced by our research and our research informs our teaching; both contribute directly to improving the design and delivery of health care programs and services in Australia and internationally.
SPHCM has a national and international profile in its core flagship areas of research:
- Global Health
- Infectious Diseases
- Primary Health Care
- Indigenous Health
- Social Research
SPHCM also offers a range of courses, supported by a range of local, national and international experts with direct operational experience, deeply exploring the topics and concepts touched on in this course and more, such as:
- Bioterrorism and Health Intelligence
- Health Aspects of Crises Emergencies and Disasters
- Master of Infectious Disease Intelligence
- Master of Public Health – Public Security
We offer programs that can be tailored to your needs across a wide range of other disciplines. We would love for you to comment on the course; the parts you liked, and how this improved your understanding of this important subject area either on the FutureLearn site, Twitter, Facebook , or directly by email.
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