UNAIR ATTRACTING GLOBAL TALENT 2016-2020

Universitas Airlangga (Unair) was established on November 10, 1954 in Surabaya, Indonesia and is one of the most prominent university in the eastern part of Indonesia. We focus on the Health Science, Life Science, and Social Science. Unair’s learning process is supported by qualified academicians, researchers, and students across all fields.

In order to uphold Unair’s position as one of World Class University from Indonesia, we are pleased to invite acedemics or researches of overseas universities as well as worldwide practitioners to exchange expertise, carry out research with Unair’s academician counterpart, deliver lectures/workshops/seminars, and engage with Unair’s students.

It is therefore we are proudly launching Universitas Airlangga Attracting Global Talent (Unair AGT) 2016-2020. This program opens opportunities to the applicant to undergo some academic activities under these schemes:

  1. Visiting Practitioner: Practitioners who come in Unair are expected to equip and enrich students with a variety of experiences and perspectives in the application areas, the latest data that only can be obtained from the field and recent developments that occurred in the realm of practicalities. Practitioners can be the sound partner for Unair’s academicians to enriching and completing the discourse of theory which so far delivered in classroom.
  1. Visiting Fellow: Independent Researchers who are willing to do research and produce scientific writing on the topic chosen or assigned by Unair.
  1. Foreign Thesis: Students in master or doctoral level are invited to undertake research at Unair in the completion of their thesis or dissertation.

More info: http://pendidikan.unair.ac.id/agt/index.php/about-the-program/

Call for Applications: Prevention Strategies for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs)

Overview
Presented by The British Heart Foundation Centre on Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention, Nuffield Department of Population Health and the Department for Continuing Education, this accredited short course is designed to:
Increase understanding of the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), their risk factors, determinants and prevention
Develop specific skills in designing and evaluating prevention strategies
Provide a forum to share knowledge and experience with participants and faculty
The British Heart Foundation Centre on Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention is a collaborating centre with the World Health Organization.
Exploring critical strategic challenges facing those working towards the prevention of NCDs, this six-day rich and intensive programme will be delivered by internationally renowned experts through keynote lectures, fora, group sessions and one-to-one tutorials covering the following themes:
Problem definition: burden of NCDs and risk factors
Solution generation: NCD prevention strategies and their development
Implementation and capacity building with individuals, communities and systems for NCD prevention
Evaluation and case studies
Policy development and implementation issues in Low and Middle Income Countries
The programme is designed for an international audience, and there is an option for academic credit.
Please note that this programme is subject to change.
More information: https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/prevention-strategies-for-non-communicable-diseases-ncds?code=B900-74#fees

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