Venue: Boston

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Dec 09, 2009 End Date/Time: Feb 05, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: Sep 26, 2009
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Dear Colleague:

We invite you to attend the most important short course training on global health. It attracts academics, educators, researchers, project coordinators policy makers, advocates for global health, and members of civil society as well as students in health, natural and social sciences, public policy and business, all with an interest in the issues of global health and development.

International Society for Health and Well being (ISHW) is a charity based organization; Head office in Arlington Street, Boston, MA, USA invites the application for the short term training program 2009 in USA from low income country(According to World bank 2003 (www.worldbank.org).
Eligible persons:
Be a developing country citizen.
Strong motivation to work in the home country.
Submit the application NO later than 26th September 2009.

Topics for short course: (Select your professional topic.)

Social and Public health issues in 21st century including: HIV/AIDS in relation with Global health, Poverty, Women and children, TB, Girls trafficking, Population, Epidemiology, Ageing problems, Youth, Gender, Drug Abuse (Harm reduction),Sexual and Reproductive Health, Primary Healthcare etc.

A limited FULL FELLOWSHIP including travel funds, accommodation, small per diem, registration fees and visa fees will be refund to those who are qualified for the grant.
---------Developed country (DC) participants are NOT eligible for THIS grant. --------
The result of the DC-grant will send by email and/or fax.
All the necessary travel and accommodation will arrange by ISHW-travel agency.
A certificate of attendance will be issue at the end of the successful course.

To apply the DC-grant please, send your Full Curriculum Vitae, other supporting documents, including following details in separate sheet of paper.

1. Explains your motivation, personal feelings regarding the use of the training, expectations, work methods and personal goals.
2. Why you deserve the scholarship (financial) grant?
4. Describe your current involvement in public health programs and activities you do with communities?
5. What benefits do you expect to gain by participating in the training?
6. How will you apply or use what you have learned or experienced from the program?
7. What do you think are the priority issues related to HIV/AIDS? How would you address these issues?
8. How do you see your work advancing the response to HIV/AIDS at either a local, regional or international level?
9. State the different ways you will share the knowledge acquired during the training when you return to your community. Include, in your description, a specific plan for how you will disseminate the information you learn at the conference in your own community.
10. Typewritten sketch biography, not exceeding 300 words.
11. Any other supporting documents.

Please send your application to: ishw.scholarship@gmail.com

Contact Person:
Prof. Marian Wagner, MD, MPH, PhD (Chair Person)
Dr. Robin Blacksmith, MD (Head fellowship committee)
Ms. Jenny Clark (Secretariat)
Toll free number: 1-800-5627-ISHW


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