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  • IEA-AEA Western Pacific Regional Collaboration Award

    September 18, 2015

    A new initiative for the IEA Western Pacific region has recently developed between the IEA and the Australasian Epidemiology Association (AEA).

    We are co-funding a new Regional Collaboration Award to support collaboration and exchange between IEA and AEA members.  We are planning to fund two one-off Awards of AU$2000 ($1000 contributed by each Association) to stimulate new collaborations or exchanges between AEA and IEA members, or to enhance existing relationships. The purpose is to share capacity and build collaborations between Australia/NZ and other countries in the region. Applications can be initiated by IEA or AEA members (including new members), and must involve a member from each Association, with one member based in a country outside of Australia or New Zealand (AEA’s main membership base).  The limited funds available are mainly intended to support or offset travel expenses, but any justified research-related expenses will be considered.  Please see the attached application details.  Two awards will be made ...

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  • Current Practice of Epidemiology in Africa: Highlights of the 3rd Conference of the African Epidemiological Association and 1st Conference of the Cameroon Society of Epidemiology, Yaoundé, Cameroon, 2014.

    August 13, 2015

    In order to update African health workers on current epidemiological practices and to draw awareness of early career epidemiologists on concepts and opportunities in the field, the 3rd African Epidemiology Association and the 1st Cameroon Society of Epidemiology Conference was organized in June 2nd-6th, 2014 in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The theme was «Practice of Epidemiology in Africa: Stakes, Challenges and Perspectives». The conference attracted close to five hundred participants from all continents.

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  • Calling student and early career researchers: International Journal of Epidemiology photo essay competition

    August 10, 2015

    Screen Shot 2015-08-10 at 16.49.43The International Journal of Epidemiology (IJE), which is the official journal of the International Epidemiological Association, is holding a competition for the best photo essay on the theme of ‘Health and Well-being’ to encourage researchers to use this medium to present a different side of their work.

    The competition is open to student and early career researchers from all disciplines. Participants are encouraged to interpret the theme broadly to include the wider political, social and environmental determinants of health.

    The best photo essays will be published in the Journal, and the prize for the winner will be £100 in book tokens.

    For instructions to authors and eligibility criteria please visit the IJE website or download the photo essay competition flyer.

    Submission deadline: 30 September 2015 

    Need a little inspiration?

    Read Photography as a metaphor for (epidemiological) research

    or look at ...

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  • New Edition of “Field Trials of Health Interventions: a Toolbox,” published and made available in open access

    July 26, 2015

    Field Trials

    Field trials of interventions against disease in low and middle income countries (LMICs) may be complex and expensive undertakings. Extensive preparation and planning is necessary for the conduct of a high quality trial, the results of which may be important in guiding public health practice.  Journals rarely have space to allow publication of more than a brief summary of the preparations necessary for the trial and of the procedures devised for the successful execution of the trial and the analysis of the results.  A consequence of this is that those planning field trials have few practical guidelines available to them, and investigators have to design a study, often with little access to the knowledge and experience that has been accumulated previously. Personal experience is a good teacher, but, all too often, investigators have learned by repeating the mistakes of previous ...

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  • Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA) will host 2020 WCE in Melbourne

    July 1, 2015

    The Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA) is pleased to announce that it will host the 2020 WCE in Melbourne Australia. The AEA thanks the IEA membership for voting in our bid.

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  • IEA Fellowships to support participation in the EEPE 28th Residential Summer Course in Epidemiology

    June 21, 2015

    At the beginning of February 2015 IEA announced a call for application for partial support towards the course fees of the EEPE 28th Residential Summer Course in Epidemiology for up to two members from low or middle-income countries and by the closing date, on April 30 2015, IEA received 25 applications from the following countries: Brazil (3), Camerun (3), Guinea-Bissau (1), India (10), Nigeria (3), Senegal (1), Sri-lanka (1), Sudan (1), Uganda (1), and Zambia (1).
    The quality of the applications was impressive. The IEA Executive Committee appointed an Evaluation Committee that assessed the applications on the basis of pre-defined criteria.

    Manya Prasad (India) and Maria Carolina Borges (Brazil) have been awarded the fellowship, which will cover the course fees for the two students (up to $6,000, which is a reduced price from EEPE).

    Congratulations to the two awarded students! IEA thanks all the applicants and wish them all the best in ...

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 International Journal of Epidemiology  Field Trials of Health Interventions: a Toolbox  A Dictionary of Epidemiology  Teaching Epidemiology
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