Applied Health Protection

Course dates

31 March 2017.

Course duration: 1 day (approximately 6 hours teaching).
Registration will begin at 9.00am on the first day, the course will finish by 4.00pm.

Course tutors

Janet McCulloch (course organiser) and others. 

Course aims and objectives

The aim of this programme is to promote the prevention of disease by applying the principles of health protection with an emphasis on partnership working.


With the focus on two key priorities: a) prevention of antimicrobial resistance and b) tuberculosis, participants will be able to:

  • describe the epidemiology;
  • outline the evidence base;
  • identify factors influencing behavioural change;
  • apply learning from case studies;
  • develop an action plan.

Who the course is intended for

This course is aimed at those with a role in the prevention and control of antimicrobial resistance and tuberculosis from PHE, NHS, CCGs, LAs, NHS England, academia. 

Course outline

This programme is a mixture of presentations and group work.


Make a booking

Places available.

Course fees


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Course venue

School of Social and Community Medicine
Canynge Hall
39 Whatley Road
United Kingdom

Map and directions

Lunch and refreshments

Coffee, tea, fruit and biscuits will be available to all students. A light lunch is provided for all paying participants. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.


Information about accommodation.


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