|Type||Advanced PG Diploma, e-learning|
|Nominal duration||6 to 8 months (32 ECTS)|
|Awards||APGD-TMSI (Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine, Surveillance and Immunization)|
|Accreditation||Certified by Swiss EduQua via certificate no CH20/0771|
|Tuition fee||€2,200 one-time
Payments can be made in full; or
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent / higher)
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferably in any life sciences related domain.
If you are not sure about your eligibility, please contact our admissions counselors.
Mode of Learning: ONLINE
Duration: About 6 to 8 Months (Self Paced)
Maximum Allowed Duration: 24 Months
Expected Effort: 10-15 hours/week
A concrete knowledge base in Tropical Medicine, Public Health Surveillance and Immunization Research’ is a great credential for physicians, public health, and allied healthcare professionals who desire to develop or enhance their career as front line healthcare providers as well as develop and implement preventive and therapeutic programs related to the tropical health.
The Advanced Post-Graduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine, Surveillance and Immunization (APGDTMSI) is aimed towards healthcare professionals and students pursuing related studies who would like to practice or do research in tropical medicine. This program also serves as an educational resource for healthcare professionals already practicing in developing countries who require an update on infectious, parasitic, and other tropical health problems. Additionally, the program also includes an in-depth study of public health surveillance including the role of informatics in transforming healthcare.
Module 01: Skills For Tropical Medicine
Module 02: Overview Of Major Systems (Epidemiology & Evidence-Based Practice)
Module 03: Tropical Laboratory Medicine
Module 04: Infectious Diseases
Module 05: Nutritional Problems And Deficiency Diseases
Module 06: Tropical Pharmacology And Toxicology
Module 07: Introduction To Surveillance
Module 08: Data And Communication
Module 09: Evaluation And Regulations
Module 10: Preventive Medicine And Population Health
Module 11: Resources And Administration
Module 12: General Principles Of Immunization
Module 13: Safe Immunization
Module 14: Immunization Of Special Groups
Module 15: Major Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
People with training in tropical medicine, public health surveillance, and immunization can explore career opportunities with multiple healthcare organizations and contribute to the well-being of the society. Career opportunities can be explored with hospitals, NGO’s, healthcare clinics, research centers, and other government agencies involved in providing healthcare etc.