This course consists in equipping with both MPH and MSc EPI students with skills on effective management of public health emergencies (disasters). It will provide you not only with a solid theoretical and conceptual understanding of Disaster risk management (DRM), but also takes you through the practical application of the concept and practices in different settings.
At the end of this course, students should be able:
1. To understand the key concepts and terminologies related to disasters and the classification
2. To be equipped with knowledge of the key public health consequences of disasters and demonstrate how the disaster management cycle can be used to address these consequences
3. To be equipped with the knowledge and skills to be able to respond promptly to outbreaks of disease, so as to prevent spread of infection and reduce deaths
4. To describe the key considerations in handling Mass Casualty Incidents, and communication processes in a disaster situation
- Teacher: ALBERT NDAGIJIMANA
This course provide to the students from year one the information,knowledge and skills in medical nursing,surgery nursing and infection control;also it can show how manage the community faced on outbreak or other communicable diseases to figh against spreading of
- Teacher: Anne M'lurhe ABELA
History of Psychology is one of the subfield of Psychology. It describe the evolution of main psychological trends throughout history. These trends are structuralism, functionalism, the Gestalt Movement, Psychoanalysis, Behaviorism, Humanism, Phenomenology, and Existentialism. Specifically, it gives the psychological history foundation from the ancient Greece to the nineteenth century.
- Teacher: Simeon Sebatukura
Comparative psychology is the branch of psychology concerned with the study of animal behavior. Modern research on animal behavior began with the work of Charles Darwin and Georges Romanes and has continued to grow into a multidisciplinary subject. Today, biologists, psychologists, anthropologists, ecologists, geneticists and many others contribute to the study of animal behavior.
- Teacher: Dr. Assumpta Muhayisa
This course is designed to assist students in knowledge and in-depth understanding of the newborn in pathological situation and with particular characteristics. It is in the core of midwife profession. As a professional midwife, this course makes an engine during our professional exercises. The course of neonatology is on the basis of the specific knowledge to the midwife profession. It helps the students to develop an understanding attitude towards the mother or the couple with the newborn with health problems.
- Teacher: Alice Muhayimana
The module aims at the understanding of the mechanisms of the circulatory, respiratory, excretory, and digestive functions and the regulatory role of the endocrine function. The student also acquires skills in carrying out and interpreting functional tests.
- Teacher: JEAN BOSCO GAHUTU
Roughly many of the world’s health care resources are spent on diseases that affect only few of the world’s population.
This course of Parasitology covers the fundamentals and applications of Parasitology, providing students with a basis for understanding the broad aspects of the biology of microorganisms. It provides students with basic knowledge regarding microbial structure, growth and nutrition, and also taxonomy life cycle, pathogenesity and infection diagnosis. This course includes the fundamental training in the field of Parasitology to enhance students practical capabilities in the field of microbiology.