Chevron Left
Volver a Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Opiniones y comentarios de aprendices correspondientes a Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies por parte de Universidad Emory

285 calificaciones
70 reseña

Acerca del Curso

The Center for Humanitarian Emergencies is a partnership between CDC's Emergency Response and Recovery Branch and the Rollins School of Public Health that drives global collaboration, research and evidence based training to improve the lives and well-being of populations impacted by humanitarian emergencies. - Center for Humanitarian Emergencies: - CDC's Emergency Response and Recovery Branch: This course covers the technical and management principles that are the basis of planning, implementing, and evaluating health programs for acutely displaced populations in developing countries. The emphasis is on refugees in camp situations. The course includes modules on assessment, nutrition, epidemiology of major health problems, surveillance, and program management in the context of an international relief operation. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to: 1. Describe a complex humanitarian crisis in terms of magnitude, person, time and place. 2. Calculate basic epidemiology measures. 3. Evaluate the strengths and limitations of epidemiological data within the context of CHE. 4. Develop public health programs and strategies responsive to the diverse cultural values and traditions of the community being served. 5. Identify internal and external problems that may affect the delivery of essential public health services in a CHE. 6. Identify the different technical areas in a public health response in CHEs....

Principales reseñas


27 de nov. de 2016

The course covered the mains issues of a very complex topic in a very compact way, I have definitely extended my skills and knowledge! Thanks to the lecturers!


20 de dic. de 2020

Brief but comprehensive. It's quite relevant to my job. Introduced frameworks are quite helpful to understand the basics of humanitarian response in CHEs.

Filtrar por:

51 - 70 de 70 revisiones para Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

por Marie L P

27 de feb. de 2022

Aprendi mucho!

por Jegan r J

26 de abr. de 2020

really helpful


13 de sep. de 2020

I appreciated

por Nilam A

28 de abr. de 2020

good course

por josue d s c

20 de nov. de 2018


por Riz

20 de dic. de 2017


por Diaa A

16 de jul. de 2017

thank you

por Mohammad M H

28 de abr. de 2021


por Mona A A

17 de jul. de 2020



20 de dic. de 2020

Thank you very much for this compact course! I had no previous knowledge in complex humanitarian emergencies and the course gave me the opportunity to grasp the main ideas and also motivated me to search in greater depth individually. I would however prefer to be provided with more recent information about ongoing emergencies as well as references to current research outcomes.

por Scarlett H

14 de may. de 2020

This is a fantastic course to provide an introductory (but detailed) insight into complex humanitarian emergencies. Only complaint is that several of the resources in the readings section are now well and truly outdated.

por Brianna B

26 de may. de 2019

Overall, a great review, and a great introduction to things I didn't previously know (specifically the info re: logistics management). There were some typos in the transcript, but otherwise well organized and delivered.

por Mona S

28 de abr. de 2021

The context of the course is greatly interesting. Only needs a bit improvement by adding more videos rather or visual dynamics to make it more interactive.

por Mekitew L A

24 de may. de 2019

Great course; a nice snapshot of all the important themes on CHEs.

por Kevin C

17 de nov. de 2017

Useful and well paced material clearly presented.

por Alaa s

13 de nov. de 2019

good course and thank you

por aula s

17 de jun. de 2020

Thank you so much

por abdirahman j

22 de jul. de 2021

por Gaurav S

29 de oct. de 2021

good information kindly add HINDI as language

por Sam B

2 de abr. de 2018

Quite basic especially for a practitioner