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MPHMPH - Preventive Oncology

Tuition fee €5,500 one-time

An installment plan is also available as follows:
An initial deposit of €900.00 after receiving an offer of admission; followed by 11 ‘monthly-installments’ of €445.00.

*Additional Fees for Dual Degree Version (optional): €1400.00

More information

jliedu.ch/courses/mph-preventive-oncology 

Overview

Program Duration: 18 months (approximate)
Total ECTS Credits: 138

Mode of Learning: Online (e-Learning)

Programme structure

Core Courses:
Introduction To Public Health and Healthcare
Community Medicine
Epidemiology
Health Planning and Hospital Management
Health Economics
Biostatistics
Nutrition
Data and Communication
Environmental Health
Mental Health
Introduction to Surveillance
Preventive Medicine and Population Health
Resources and Administration
Infectious Diseases
Immunization
Global Health Policy and Development
Planetary Health
Fundamentals of Sexual and Reproductive Health
Health and Human Rights
Research Methods
Occupational Health
Evaluating International Public Health Issues
Public Health Disasters: A Global Ethical Framework
Public Health Risk Assessment for Human Exposure to Chemicals
Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Urban Living and Public Health
Pharmaceuticals in Global Public Health
Geospatial Analysis of Public Health
Global Health Security
Global Health Collaboration

Specialization Courses:
1. Molecular Biology of Cancer
2. Introduction to Cancer Prevention
3. Economic Value of Cancer Prevention
4. The Role of Diet, Physical Activity, and Body Composition in Cancer Prevention
5. Hereditary Risk for Cancer
6. Cancer Health Disparities
7. Preventive and screening aspects of the following – Cancer of the Head and Neck – Cancer of the Thoracic Cavity (Lung Cancer and others) – Cancers of the Gastrointestinal Tract (Colorectal Cancer Prevention and others) – Cancers of the Genitourinary System (Prostate cancer prevention, Bladder cancer
prevention, and others) – Gynaecologic Cancers (Cervical cancer prevention and others) – Cancer of the Breast – Cancer of the Endocrine System – Sarcomas of Soft Tissue and Bone – Cancers of the Skin – Neoplasms of the Central Nervous System – Cancers In Adolescents and Young Adults – Lymphomas In Adults – Leukaemias And Plasma Cell Tumours

8. Global Cancer Prevention
9. Cancer Alternative Medicine and Cancer Prevention Research
10. Telemedicine, Telehealth, and e-Health Technologies in Cancer Prevention
11. Cancer Drug Development
12. Psycho-Oncology
13. Recent advances – Immuno-Oncology

Dissertation

Career opportunities

James Lind Institute’s master’s degree program, Master of Public Health
Management – Preventive oncology equips students with problem-solving skills for the
practice of public health and cancer prevention. It aims at strengthening skills in public
health management, research methodology, cancer epidemiology, cancer genomics, and
biostatistics to implement effective cancer screening and prevention programs. It acquaints
you with various aspects of cancer prevention such as multidisciplinary perspectives of the
cancer problem, oncology epidemiology: methods and interpretation, surveillance, primary prevention, and lifestyle risk factors, occupational and environmental risk factors, cancer
screening, early detection and site-specific tumors, applications of cancer prevention
methods and survival and palliative care. Successful completion of this course provides
opportunities to work in community-based cancer prevention units as well as tertiary care
oncology centers.

Apply now! 01 January 2023/24
Application deadline
28 Dec 2022, 23:59:59
GMT
Studies commence
1 Jan 2023
Apply now! 01 February 2023/24
Application deadline
28 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
GMT
Studies commence
1 Feb 2023
Apply now! 01 January 2023/24
Application deadline
28 Dec 2022, 23:59:59
GMT
Studies commence
1 Jan 2023
Apply now! 01 February 2023/24
Application deadline
28 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
GMT
Studies commence
1 Feb 2023