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International Short Training Course

Course 1

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course: Health System Management: Thailand Experiences

3. Description of the training course [Aims and contents (maximum number of words -200)] The health system management training course is designed to prepare future executives/to enhance management capacity of the administrators to assume responsible positions in health care organization, the training emphasizes three general areas: Healthcare Environment: Organization of the health care system, the utilization and quality of health care, universal health coverage, policy and legal aspects; Management Service: Organization behavior analysis, human resource management, financial analysis and health care reform: Leadership and strategy Strategic planning and leadership behavior with an emphasis on ethical, social and community responsibilities.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 1 week in August

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available US$ 320

6.Participants (Target audience: physicians/ health professionals, teachers, etc.) Physicians, Health professionals and Executive administrator

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June or Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th

Course 2

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course: Community based training program

3. Description of the training course [Aims and contents (maximum number of words -200)] This course is a community based training including both desk and field works. The course will provide insight experiences regarding health system in Thai from the national level to community level. Direct expose to the community, to practice community assessment, problem identification and problem solving. All attendances will have opportunities to learn culture of each target community.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 2 weeks in May-June

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available US$ 320

6.Participants (Target audience: physicians/ health professionals, teachers, etc.) Physicians, Health professionals, undergrad or graduate student in health sciences

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th

Course 3

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course:Occupational Health Nursing: Health services management in occupational setting.

3. Description of the training course [Aims and contents (maximum number of words -200)] The 3-day program, including 2-days lectures and 1-day site visit, will prepare nurses to gain the knowledge and skills to assess and promote employee health, prevent injury and disease, managing ill or injured employees as well as develop compliance strategies to address health and safety legislation. The training will include site visit to setting providing outstanding occupational health services.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 3 days in May-June

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available US$ 250

6.Participants (Target audience: physicians/ health professionals, teachers, etc.) Nurse and graduate student in health sciences

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th

Course 4

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course: Outcome-based research for policy decision

3. Description of the training course [Aims and contents (maximum number of words -200)] This course will provide concepts of outcome-based research, outcome measures by world class speakers who invented the world-wide software to estimate quality adjusted survival. All participants will be able to access the tools and to practice on example data.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 1 weeks in September

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available US$ 500

6.Participants (Target audience: physicians/ health professionals, teachers, etc.) Medical doctors, Statisticians, Epidemiologists, Public Health Profession.

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th

Course 5

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course: Food inspector

3. Description of the training course [Aims and contents (maximum number of words -200)] This course will enhance the capacity of Public Health staffs on periodic inspections of facilities, equipment, practices, etc. in various food establishments to ensure food safety and sanitation systems. All participants will gain experiences in both in classroom and actual practices at several famous food industrials and markets in Thailand.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 5 days in September

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available Variable

6.Participants (Target audience: physicians/ health professionals, teachers, etc.) Public Health Profession.

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June or Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th

Course 6

1. Faculty of Public Health

2. Name of training course: Industrial Air Pollution Management

3. Description of the training course This training provides an introduction to major aspects of air quality science and its control technology, including an overview of many current air pollution problems, from local to continental scales; a discussion of air pollutant characteristics, natural and anthropogenic sources, transport and transformations in the atmosphere; a presentation of the models that are used to predict dispersion and air pollutant concentrations; and finally a review of the strategies and key technologies for controlling emissions of gaseous pollutants and particulate matter. Participants will also learn to design air pollution control systems and to calculate treatment system efficiencies from design parameters. This training also examines the complex regulatory and institutional framework controlling air quality management and explains current air quality management concepts. The health system management training course is designed to prepare future executives/to enhance management capacity of the administrators to assume responsible positions in health care organization, the training emphasizes three general areas: Healthcare Environment: Organization of the health care system, the utilization and quality of health care, universal health coverage, policy and legal aspects; Management Service: Organization behavior analysis, human resource management, financial analysis and health care reform: Leadership and strategy. Strategic planning and leadership behavior with an emphasis on ethical, social and community responsibilities.

4. Duration (how long of the course and specific date or month if possible) 5 days

5. Approximate fee (US$ per person) if available NA

6.Participants Sanitation engineer, Environmental scientist, public health staff

7. Program requirements None

8. Application period June or Up to request

9. Certification after finishing the course: Y/N identified The certificate will be presented to all attendances who attend at least 80% of all activities.

10. Contact/coordinator or office (postal address, email, telephone and websites)
Mr. Siam Boonkiew
International and Public Relations Unit, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University
420/1 Rajchavithi Road, Rajthevee Bangkok 10400, Thailand
Tel. 66 2354 8529 Fax. 66 2354 8227
Email address: phinter@mahidol.ac.th
Associate Professor Dr. Sarawut Thepanondh
E-mail: sarawut.the@mahidol.ac.th