Occupational Health in Developing Countries is an open online course created
at University of Bergen. The course begins Monday 30th October 2017.

Together with colleagues at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, Muhimbili
University of Health and Allied Sciences and Occupational Safety and
Health Authority in Tanzania, Centre for International Health at the University
of Bergen (UiB), Norway, has created an online course to reach health
personnel all over the world — with the purpose of improving health and
life of workers in developing countries.

Target group
The course is at a Master level, but also other students can benefit from
the information. This course is open to anyone, although previous degreelevel
study in medicine, dentistry, health sciences or natural sciences, and
a good knowledge of English, will be helpful.

About the course
The course lasts six weeks and will teach you basic knowledge of occupational
health and how to prevent the development of diseases and injuries,
which are caused by working conditions in developing countries.

The students can achieve a certificate for completion of the course. Universities
can include the MOOC in a course curriculum and make it a
part of a local course which gives credit points. At University of Bergen,
students can take a formal exam after completion of the MOOC and

achieve 3 ECTS.

No course fees. It is possible to sign up now:  futurelearn.com/courses/occupational-health-developing-countries

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