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Title: Ethiopian Field Epidemiology Training Program (EFETP) Compiled Body of Works in field Epidemiology
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Mr. Teklehaymanot Gebrehiwet
Dr. Naod Firdu
Abebe Gelaw Tegegne
Keywords: Ethiopia Field Epidemiology Training Program (EFETP)
Issue Date: Jun-2017
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: Ethiopia Field Epidemiology Training Program (EFETP) is competency training program in field epidemiology modeled from on the mode of the United State Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS). The program is designed to assist Ministry of Health in building or strengthening health systems by producing public health professionals with skills and competencies developed through applied learning. FETP consists of 25% class-based learning and 75% at a field base where residents are expected to apply the principles learned in class to solve real world public health issues. The EFETP residents spent 2 years in a field epidemiology training program focusing on investigating outbreaks, analysis and evaluation of surveillance systems, and other public health activities and residents compile a body of works consisting of their outbreak investigation reports, surveillance analyses, etc. This compiled body of works contains many outputs which all of them were done during my residency time in the program. The body of works is categorized in to nine chapters as follow: The first chapter contains two outbreak investigations: the first outbreak investigation conducted was Scabies outbreak in Wadela district, North wollo zone, Amhara, February 2017. The second investigated outbreak was Pandemic Flu outbreak in Bati district, Oromia zone, March 2016. The second chapter is surveillance data analysis of Magnitude of sever acute malnutrition in relation to crop production & climate variability in under five children years age, Waghimira zone, Ethiopia, 2012-2015. The third chapter is evaluation of malaria surveillance system in N/Wollo Zone, Ethiopia, 2016 The fourth chapter is description of Health profile of Jile timuga district in Oromia zone, 2016. The fifth chapter is development the Manuscript on Outbreak investigation of Scabies cases in Wadela district North wollo, Amhara, Ethiopia, 2017. The sixth chapters are development of abstracts for scientific presentations namely: Outbreak Investigation of Scabies Disease in Wadela District, North Wollo zone, Amhara, Ethiopia, 2017: and Sever Acute Malnutrition Relationship to Crop Production and Climate Variability in Under 5 years Children, Waghimira, Ethiopia, 2012-2015 The seventh chapter is Belg humanitarian need assessment which was conducted in selected districts of North wollo and North Shewa, Amhara, Amhara region on June 2016.The eighth chapter is an Epidemiologic Protocol/Proposal for Epidemiologic Research Project namely: Malaria prevalence and associated risk factors in Jile timuga district, Oromia zone, Ethiopia, 2017.
Description: Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies of Addis Ababa University in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Public Health in Field Epidemiology
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