This program will guide you through the acquisition of a matrix of skills acquired from seven modules including knowledge of the major vectors and vector-borne diseases in relevance to the region; skills to conduct entomological surveillance and operational research; knowledge on the principles of epidemiological investigations of vector-borne diseases; skills in disease control program management; skills to develop vector control strategies based on the principles of IVM; and, skills to facilitate and train others, and effectively document and disseminate information on entomology and vector control.
Upon completion, participants should be able to:
- Identify vector-borne disease problems in relation to the general health situation.
- Plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate vector control programs based on integrated vector management (IVM) approaches in accordance with the prevailing epidemiological, social, and economic condition
Who can Attend?
Students who hold an M.Sc. degree in medical sciences, health sciences, economics, health economics, or management or an M.D. degree can apply for this program.
For any applicant to be admitted to Tehran University of Medical Sciences, he or she must meet certain admission criteria. These standards have been set in place in order to ensure that the quality and performance of the TUMS student population remains high and sticks to a trend of growth year by year. This university is a major institute of higher education in Asia and is turning into a significant academic and scientific center in the global landscape of higher education. As a result, we opt to admit students of notable academic performance and a motivation to achieve excellence in their own fields.
Carefully read the requirements which apply to your status, i.e. whether you intend to study in the undergraduate level or the graduate level, and make sure you can meet these admission criteria.
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Last updated February 22, 2016