The University of the Western Cape School of Public Health is proud to present the 41st short course school in a series of Winter and Summer Schools held at UWC since 1992. These courses expose health and health-related workers to the latest thinking in Public Health and enable them to discuss and exchange ideas on improved planning and implementation of Primary Health Care in the changing environment of the developing world. To date, some 12,000 participants, mainly nurses and middle level managers have attended these courses, from all over South Africa and many other African countries. As many of these courses are also used as the teaching blocks of the UWC Master of Public Health degree, the highest academic and practical standards are maintained. The cost of courses is kept to an absolute minimum, to allow for the fullest participation.
Note: Most of the courses are accredited for Continuing Professional Development for doctors, dentists and dieticians. Information on the number of points allocated to each course is indicated on the individual course outline.
TO WHOM ARE WINTER SCHOOL COURSES OPEN ?
Courses are open to students registered in the SOPH Postgraduate Programme, health workers from the health and social services and the general public. Over the years, at least 12 000 participants, mainly nurses and middle level managers from all over South Africa and from many other African countries, have attended these professional development courses. Many participants have been sent by a health authority, an important indication that the services place value on our training courses.
WHAT IS OFFERED?
For further enquiries
WINTER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
School of Public Health
University of the Western Cape
Private Bag X17, BELLVILLE 7535
Phone: +27 21 959 2809 / 2132