Free online course: Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is offering a new online course, Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents: from Evidence to Action. The course is free and open to healthcare professionals or anyone working in a health organisation, including alumni from the School.

The course, which starts on 28 September 2015, presents the latest data, priorities and debates about the health of adolescents, mothers, newborns and children. The course will run over six weeks, exploring the lifecycle from birth to adulthood and looking at adolescent, reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health. Each week will focus on a different area, inviting discussion on the most recent data and the current policy, programme and research debates that inform action to improve health outcomes.

More information about this course and details of how to register are available here.

14 comments

  1. Luz Puell Gomez de Salazar

    I,m really interested in this course for increased my carrera how epidemiologist

  2. Abubakr Ahmed Farhan

    Will participants be giving certificates also?

  3. NINI KHAING

    should be free for some distance learning courses

  4. Mohira Babaeva

    This is a good opportunity for health professionals who can not afford the study and also can not be away from the work place.

  5. Thiri Kyaw

    As I am now working in RH program, it is an interesting and learning topic from me. I believe I can use the knowledge gained to my program to much extent.

  6. Alhassan AC. Turay

    Please kindly share application details with me.

    Many thanks,

  7. Dr.Sohaila.Ziaee.Waheb

    i want to register in this online course.

  8. Ntapli Antoine

    I like to do this course

  9. Dr.Naziha

    It is very global informative informations

  10. Kathleen Gapirongo

    So much impressed with this website and would like to register for this free online course

  11. Dr AFOUNDE

    I’m really intrestered by the course, but i have some pbobleme to register. the link gave doesn’t not exit

  12. eleni kalamara

    I would like to subscribe for the course

  13. Susie Villeneuve

    No specific comments at the moment. I am just happy to see this Initiative from London School and I am sure this will improve our performance in this area which is still facing lot of challenges in most developing countries. I am a Senior Health Specialist, heading the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Unit including PMTCT in Unicef, Office in DRCongo since Dec 2013. So, I look forward to taking the course.. Best regards. Susie

  14. BERNADETTE HONLIASSO

    I am available to participate in this training.