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Clinical Decision Support Systems: Features, Future and Fostering Collaboration

Digitalized clinical decision support systems are increasingly used in low and middle income countries, increasing quality of care. Join our hybrid symposium on 8 February 2023 to share learnings and discuss how to maximize impact and sustainability.

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The Tuberculosis Pandemic – A Call to Action

Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the world’s deadliest diseases. Despite being a preventable and curable disease, 1.5 million people die from TB each year. To re-awake public awareness, spark the global response and drive policy change, Swiss TPH organizes a symposium from 21-22 March 2023 dedicated to TB research. 

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Virtual Event Series

To complement the Swiss TPH symposia, we offer a virtual event series that addresses current and relevant topics in global public health, research and/or higher education for a broad audience. Professionals and non-specialists are welcome to participate in this exciting virtual event series.


Recordings of the past sessions and the presentations are available here.

Massive Open Online Course

The Vector Control Working Group (VCWG), in collaboration with the University of Basel, the Swiss TPH, and many other organisations and institutions, has developed a Massive Open Online Course to help address the challenges of insecticide resistance in the mosquito vectors of disease. The funding for this MOOC was provided by IVCC through a grant from UK Aid.

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08.02.2023 09:00 to 17:00

Clinical Decision Support Systems - Features, Future and Fostering Collaboration

Location: Hybrid (Swiss TPH in Allschwil, Switzerland & online)
Event category: Swiss TPH Symposium




MBA-IHM Short Course: Economic Evaluation for Health Care (EEHC)

Location: Seminar Room 1
Event category: Course


Swiss TPH traditionally organises two public symposia, one in spring and one in winter, with invited international speakers. The spring symposium is more implementation-oriented, while the winter symposium covers research topics.

Swiss TPH organises regular seminar series on Advances in Infection Biology, Epidemiology and Global Public Health. All interested participants are welcome.