<optimized for viewing at 1024 x 768 px with internet explorer | to allow pop-ups/blocked content - click "tools" menu>

Institutes of

Epidemiology & Public Health, Inc.

Welcome to IEPH, the Institutes of Epidemiology & Public Health ... and its affiliates .... iHASE, the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... jHASE, the Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... and ....  CAE, the College of Applied Epidemiology ...please join us in forging collaboration & partnerships in HIV Surveillance & applied HIV Epidemiology research in support of public health intervention programs ...
iHASE MEGACourse CAE mCC jHASE
the institute selected topics the college model collaboration center the journal
in-service training supplementary training certification & credentialing global virtual center peer review
Institute - iHASE
Collaboration Centers + In-Service Training

About iHASE

> Vision
>

Collaboration
Center Concept

>

Collaboration
Center Cores/Foci

>

Applied Epi
Training

> Scientific Counsel
>

Contact Info

Collaboration Centers

> Core/Focus Areas
>

Definition of a Collaboration
Center/Unit/Group

>

Establishing a
Collaboration Center/Unit/Group

>

Applied Epi
Training

>

The HASE
collaboration

>

Model
Collaboration
Center

Applied Epi Fellowship

> Objectives
>

Curriculum

>

Timeline

>

Eligibility

>

Application

>

Linkage Awards

ShortCourse/Seminars

> Objectives
>

Curriculum

>

MEGACourse

>

Eligibility

>

Application

Eligibility&Application

> Host Sites
>

Faculty/Mentors

>

Fellows

Linkage Awards
.
Journal - jHASE
Quality Assurance +  Continuing Education through Peer Review 

Journal jHASE Info

> About jHASE
>

Focus Areas

>

Article Types

>

jHASE Online

>

Submit Online

>

Login/Register

>

Current Issue

>

Info for Authors

> Peer Review Info
>

Editorial Team

> Contact Info
>

The HASE
collaboration

> E-Mail Alerts
>

Google Scholar

PeerReview Fellowship

> Objectives
>

Curriculum

>

Timeline

>

Eligibility

>

Application

>

Linkage Awards

.
College - CAE
Accreditation through College of Applied Epi

CAE - College Info 

> About CAE
>

Members (MCAE)

>

Fellows (FACE)

>

Admission

> Active Status
>

Join gCHASE-CAE

 
> E-Mail Alerts 

 

 

 

 

 ☼ Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology
MODEL COLLABORATION CENTER (mCC)
A Global Resource Center Linking Public Health Practice & Academia on
HIV and related STDs, TB & Viral Hepatitis
Epidemiology Research & Training [HiSTHERT]

The mCC is a mechanism through which the iHASE virtual network of public health agencies' applied epidemiology and disease intervention practitioners can develop collaboration with academia and affected communities to incubate exemplary public health solutions. For more information, click on "Purpose" on the menu above.
 

MEGACourse
real world lessons

Selected Topics in Applied Epidemiology (incl. Surveillance) & Biostatical Methods
MEGACourse activities are designed to support in-service training on
epidemiology, surveillance, disease control and prevention
of HIV and related STDs, TB & Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric)
MEGACourse At-a-Glance | Core/Focus Areas | Curriculum | Certification/Credentialing
Courses | Seminars
| Tutorials | Journal Club | Interest Group | Sample In-service Projects
Overall Program Time-Table/Schedule | Calendar | Meet our People  | Join our People | Co-Sponsors
Recruitment Spotlight => Faculty of 500! <=Recruitment Spotlight
Sample In-Service Training Projects
The MEGACourse is integrated with practical skill development offered through in-service training on HIV, STDs, TB & Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) Epidemiology projects that interns and fellows may be assigned to work on. Findings and articles derived from these projects are expected to contribute to Epidemiologic profiles and supplements thereof, which will in turn be used to support public health practice (i.e. disease control and prevention policy and program planning, development, implementation, and outcome evaluation).

Examples of project topics include the following:

Project Title: Supplemental Applied Epidemiology Analyses of  HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) Surveillance Data

 Project Objectives: Analyze available, routinely collected HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) morbidity and mortality data, and conduct supplemental studies in order to provide the data necessary for prevention and care planning, and development, implementation and outcome evaluation of public health interventions/services.

 Project Keywords: HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis, applied epidemiology

Project Title: Pilot of Expanded Testing/Screening for HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) in Clinical Settings (including prenatal and birthing settings)

 Project Objectives: Analyze available, routinely collected HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) morbidity and mortality data, and conduct supplemental studies in order to provide the data necessary for prevention and care planning, and development, implementation and outcome evaluation of public health interventions/services.

 Project Keywords: HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis, applied epidemiology

Project Title: Serosurveillance/Screening for HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) in Incarcerated Populations

Project Objectives: Use remnant serum specimens from mandatory annual inmate intake screening for syphilis to conduct annual cross-sectional serosurveillance for HIV, STIs, and Viral Hepatitis.

Project Keywords: HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis, surveillance, incarcerated population


Project Title: Serosurveillance/Screening for HIV, STI, TB and Viral Hepatitis (non-enteric) among Job Corps Entrants

Project Objectives: Conduct annual cross-sectional serosurveillance among Job Corps entrants by using data from mandatory annual intake screening for HIV.

Project Keywords: HIV, serosurveillance


Project Title: Evaluation of an HIV Rapid Testing Pilot in a Transient/Homeless Population

Project Objectives: Pilot implementation of voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) using rapid testing and partner counseling and referral services (PCRS) in a transient/homeless population.

Project Keywords: HIV testing, PCRS, transient/homeless population


Project Title: Monitoring of Perinatal Exposure to HIV

Project Objectives: Conduct comprehensive measurement/monitoring of perinatal exposure to HIV and measure progress on service delivery/prenatal testing of all women who deliver livebirths.

Project Keywords: HIV, perinatal exposure, pregnant women


Project Title: Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and STI-HIV Serosurveillance in School-based Settings

Project Objectives: Conduct a 2-arm study to investigate: a) the extent of HIV-STI related sexual and substance use behavioral risk factors through this school-based cross-sectional survey, i.e. the YRBS project; in conjunction with b) school-based screening (incl. cross-sectional serosurveillance) and treatment of HIV and STI comorbidity in the school-going adolescent population in PA.

Project Keywords: HIV, STIs, serosurveillance, youth, schools


 
   
   
 
   

 
..
 
 


 

HIV Epidemiology

Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific

Worldwide HIV Data

>Africa
>Americas
>Asia-Pacific
>Europe
>Middle East
>South Asia

Basic HIV Epi 

> What's HIV/AIDS?
>

Transmission
Modes

>

Infection Process

 

IEPH Features
Institutes & Initiatives

  IEPH, Inc. is a nonprofit institute whose global virtual network of Epidemiologists and Public Health practitioners promote epidemiologic research in the public interest and are committed to making the world's epidemiologic, scientific and medical expertise, knowledge and literature an easily accessible public resource.

 

 



<
<optimized for viewing at 1024 x 768 px with internet explorer | to allow pop-ups/blocked content - click "tools" menu>>

website design 2004, ieph, inc
DISCLAIMER/PLEASE NOTE: Information from various sources provided on this site

does not represent endorsement by IEPH, Inc. Further, IEPH, Inc. does not represent the

respective sources whose work may be showcased on this site.