Ethiopian Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program (EFETP)

Hailu, Engdayehu (2015) Ethiopian Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program (EFETP). Masters thesis, Addis Ababa University.

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The Ethiopian Field Epidemiology Training program (EFETP) is a two year field based masters program. The school of public Health /Addis Ababa University, Federal Minister of Health, Ethiopia Public Health Institute (EPHI), Ethiopia Public Health Association (EPHA) and CDC Ethiopia are running the program together. The field work comprises seventy five (75%) of the program which called residence with the aim of learning by working in public health emergency management centre This Body of work contains my out puts for the two years stay in the program, outbreak investigations, surveillance data analysis, surveillance system evaluation, description of health profile report, writing of scientific manuscript for peer review journal, abstracts submitted in scientific conferences, writing protocol/proposal of epidemiologic research project and a summary of disaster situation in selected area. In the outbreak investigation chapter or section one outbreak investigated as first Author the outbreak investigation done in SNNPR Sidama Zone Bona Zuria District "Measles outbreak investigation" a case control study and "human Cutaneous anthrax outbreak Investigation " among Pastoralists in Benna Tsemay Woreda of South Omo Zone, SNNP Region a descriptive study. Chapter two contains report of surveillance data analysis which was conducted on Comparative Analysis of Public Health Emergency Management and Health Management Information System Malaria Surveillance Data; it was a three year data being analyzed. Chapter three addresses Surveillance system evaluation of Malaria in Halaba District. Chapter four contains Health profile description of Halaba Special Woreda. In the chapter health and health related data of the district populations were presented. Chapter five contains Scientific Manuscripts for Peer reviewed Journals which resulted from the outbreak investigations which resulted from the outbreak investigations included. Chapter six contains abstracts of outbreak investigations and surveillance data analysis was presented. Chapter seven contains a report on narrative summary of disaster situation visited on selected districts of South Omo and Segen Area Population zones of SNNP region, the report conducted in collaboration with other team members, WHO, UN-OCHA, MSF and EW/Ethiopia and South Regions. AAU/SPH, Field Epidemiology Training Program Page xx Chapter eight epidemiological research project in title “Assessment of Status of Health Service Related Factors Contributing for Measles Outbreak in a High Vaccination Coverage Reporting Setting: The Case of Halaba District; Ethiopia which is accepted and additionally Assessment of factors contributing for malaria surveillance data discrepancy at peripheral health facility level with emphasis on health workers knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) about malaria surveillance and surveillance data importance in Halaba Special Woreda, Southern Ethiopia “were written and submitted Chapter nine include other outputs and in this chapter training conducted on meningitis, malaria and measles. In addition summary reports of Ebola Surveillance and screening assessment at border land port, weekly PHEM bulletin and weekly IDSR feedbacks included.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
R Medicine > RA Public aspects of medicine > RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
Divisions: Africana
Depositing User: Vincent Mpoza
Date Deposited: 29 Oct 2018 13:24
Last Modified: 29 Oct 2018 13:24

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