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1- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Epidemiology)

Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:


1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1501610 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1501601, 1501602, 1501603, 1501604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1501605, 1501606, 1501607, 1501608, 1501609,1501610,1502602,1502603, 1502605

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


C ode Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 1501610 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining Epidemiologic $ndicators

!%#" #$ ! ('&

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 1501601 Course Title %ethodological &oncepts
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

/ -&. )*+, # 1&,2 0, #& 3 1&,2


'rinciples of $nfection &ontrol

3 3 2 2 10

3 3 2 2 10

Epidemiologic 'rinciples of &ommunica(le 1501602 )iseases 1501603 150160" Total

Epidemiology of *on+&ommunica(le )iseases

0# 45,

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1501605 Course Title )isaster Epidemiology
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

65

1501606

Epidemiology of %ental and Behavioral )isorders

+:& 789
%eta(olic )iseases Epidemiology

150160, 150160150160.

! <; >=$ 1&,


Epidemiology of Blood Borne $nfections

2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 3 3 2

D&. BC ;@$:A ?$ 0# #

/! 4 % <% #E$ 0adiation Epidemiology 1501610 F'9 !ampling #echni1ues -&. 1502602 : Analytical !tatistics 9 1502603 $
1502605 *on 'arametric Analysis

/sing !econdary )ata in 0esearch

,G 9 -&7

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2 Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil

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pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title

Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehaviorial science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites 1501610 2 E idemiolo!ic )ndicators $ntroduction to epidemiological indicators and its role in health system3 #he population dimension of the health system 6structure3 fertility3 mor(idity and mortality83 Health services indicators3 /sing $&) coding in calculation of epidemiological indicators3 Health care programs indicators3 )isease outcome 6mor(idity3 mortality and disa(ility83 $mproving health indicators3 :eading health indicators3 /sing !A! Enterprise ;uide3 Applications of !A! in retrieval of data3 measurement and presentation of epidemiological indicators2 Code 1501601 Credit Hours % Course Title *ethodolo!ical Conce ts

Prerequisites

$ntroduction and definitions3 classification of study designs3 uses and limitations3 o(servational study designs 6descriptive and analytical83 intervention study designs3 1ualitative study designs2 Code 1501602 Credit Hours % Course Title E idemiolo!ic Princi les of Communica+le ,iseases Prerequisites

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$ntroduction and definitions3 pathogenesis3 re1uisites for perpetuation of communica(le diseases3 strategies for prevention and control3 eradication and elimination3 pandemics3 general principles of surveillance of communica(le diseases and investigation of an out(rea42 Code 150160% Credit Hours 2 Course Title E idemiolo!" of -on. Communica+le ,iseases Prerequisites

$ntroduction and main definitions in the field of *&)s3 magnitude of the pro(lem of *&)s3 epidemiologic transition3 main common ris4 factors for *&)s3 epidemiology of the most common *&)s3 prevention and control9 concepts and strategies3 prevention and control programs2 Code 1501604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of )nfection Control

Prerequisites

%agnitude of the pro(lem of health care associated infections3 !tandard precautions9 hand hygiene3 use of personal protective e1uipment3 sterili7ation and disinfection3 5aste management3 environmental infection control3 principles of infection control in special settings3 nosocomial infection control program2 Code 1501605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,isaster E idemiolo!"

Prerequisites

)isaster definitions3 the difference (et5een disaster medicine and emergency medicine3 classification of disaster3 glo(al impact of disaster< mortality3 mor(idity and economic losses3 causation of disaster3 sociologic aspects of disasters3 effect of disaster on human (eing and community3 time factor3 management of disaster and national and international measures to com(at disaster2 Code 1501606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title E idemiolo!" of *ental and #eha$ioral ,isorders Prerequisites

)efinitions3 etiology of mental disorders3 predisposing factors for (ehavioral disorders3 (urden of mental and (ehavioral disorder3 impact of mental disorders3 integration of mental health into the peripheral level and epidemiology and prevention of specific mental disorders 6depressive disorders3 su(stance a(use disorders82

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Code 150160/

Credit Hours 2

Course Title *eta+olic ,iseases E idemiolo!"

Prerequisites

%agnitude of the pro(lem of the most prevalent meta(olic disease in terms of mor(idity and mortality statistics3 epidemiology of the most prevalent meta(olic diseases in terms of ris4 factors3 clinical manifestations3 diagnosis and preventive control measures3 e=amples of the most prevalent meta(olic diseases 6dia(etes mellitus3 thyroid gland malfunction3 rheumatoid arthritis3 o(esity and gout8 and strategies for prevention and control of the selected diseases2 Code 1501600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title E idemiolo!" of #lood #orne )nfections Prerequisites

Epidemiology and current situation 6national international8 of BB'3 different components of H$>?A$)! counseling3 screening3 diagnosis3 treatment and prevention of BB'3 discussion of policy implications and intervention strategies3 national and international BB' control programs2 Code 150160 9 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 1sin! (econdar" ,ata in 2esearch Prerequisites

#he 5ealth of secondary data3 )esigning secondary analysis3 Accessing and handling survey data3 Analy7ing survey data3 0eporting and interpretation2 Code 150161 0 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 2adiation E idemiolo!" Prerequisites

#he course covers the epidemiology of radiation e=posure from natural and artificial sources

at various levels of the electromagnetic spectrum3 (asic principles of radiation (iology at the population level3 protective measures and radiation protection (asics2 Code 1502602 Credit Hours % Course Title (am lin! Techniques

Prerequisites

#he concept of sampling3 sampling distri(utions3 parameters and statistics3 central limit theorem3 types of samples and sampling error3 comple= samples3 the normal distri(ution and estimation of a population parameter from a sample3 determination of the minimum re1uired sample si7e2

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Code 150260%

Credit Hours %

Course Title &nal"tical (tatistics

Prerequisites

%easures of central tendency3 %easures of dispersion3 %easures of s4e5eness and 4urtosis3 A single population mean3 )ifference (et5een 2 population means3 'aired comparison3 A single population proportion3 )ifference (et5een 2 population proportions3 A single population variance3 &hi+s1uared test and measures of association3 !imple &orrelation and simple linear 0egression2

Code 1502605

Credit Hours 2

Course Title -on Parametric (tatistics

Prerequisites

'arametric vs2 non parametric statistics3 Hypothesis testing3 ;oodness of fit3 &onfidence interval3 @+! techni1ue3 Ailco=on ran4 sum test3 %ann 5hitney test3 Ailco=on mached pair3 !igned ran4 test3 @rus4al+Aallis test3 Friedman test3 *on parametric measures of correlation 6!pearman and @endallBs ran4 correlations83 *on+parametric regression2

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2- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring iostatistics)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604. 1502601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1502602, 1502603, 1502604, 1502605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1502606, 1502607, 1502608, 1502609

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 1502601 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining Health $ndicators

!%#" #$ ! ('&

1 2 9

"

2 2 10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

1502602 1502603 150260" 1502605 Total

!ampling #echni1ues Analytical !tatistics )emography *on 'arametric Analysis

-&. : $ )C H5

2 2 1 1 6

2 2 2 2 0

3 3 2 2 10

,G 9 -&7

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3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

1502606 150260, 150260150260.

#ime series Analysis 0egistration of >ital Events

;A :,I; G
1 1 1

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2

6#; JA
!tatistical Application /sing E=cel !oft5are !tatistics and !tudy )esign

; K,%&@ 7$ # F%

Course Description
Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and 150601 2 #iostatistics !cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of En$ironmental 150602 2 Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences

Code

Credit Hours

Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2

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Code 150604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 1502601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health )ndicators

Prerequisites

#his course ena(les the students to define the criteria of a good indicator 3 use and calculate different mor(idity3 mortality and socioeconomic indicators Code 1502602 Credit Hours % Course Title (am lin! Techniques

Prerequisites

#he concept of sampling3 sampling distri(utions3 parameters and statistics3 central limit theorem3 types of samples and sampling error3 comple= samples3 the normal distri(ution and estimation of a population parameter from a sample3 determination of the minimum re1uired sample si7e2 Code 150260% Credit Hours % Course Title &nal"tical (tatistics

Prerequisites

%easures of central tendency3 %easures of dispersion3 %easures of s4e5eness and 4urtosis3 A single population mean3 )ifference (et5een 2 population means3 'aired comparison3 A single population proportion3 )ifference (et5een 2 population proportions3 A single population variance3 &hi+s1uared test and measures of association3 !imple &orrelation and simple linear 0egression2 Code 1502604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,emo!ra h"

Prerequisites

!ome demographic fundamentals3 #he measurement of mortality3 !tandardi7ation of rates3 'opulation pyramids3 #he life ta(le3 #he analysis of marriage3 #he measurement of fertility3 'opulation gro5th3 #he analysis of migration3 'opulation proCection and population dynamics2

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Code 1502605

Credit Hours 2

Course Title -on Parametric (tatistics

Prerequisites

'arametric vs2 non parametric statistics3 Hypothesis testing3 ;oodness of fit3 &onfidence interval3 @+! techni1ue3 Ailco=on ran4 sum test3 %ann 5hitney test3 Ailco=on mached pair3 !igned ran4 test3 @rus4al+Aallis test3 Friedman test3 *on parametric measures of correlation 6!pearman and @endallBs ran4 correlations83 *on+parametric regression2 Course Title Prerequisites Time (eries &nal"sis and its 1502606 2 & lications &lassification of time series movement3 Analysis of time series3 Estimation of trend3 Estimation of seasonal variation and seasonal inde=3 Estimation of cyclical variations3 Estimation of irregular or random variations3 Forecasting3 /se of modern statistical models 6autoregressive integrated moving average model8 to analy7e and fit time series data2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150260/ 2 2e!istration of 3ital E$ent Birth registration3 )eath registration3 &ause of death3 $nternational form of medical certificate of cause of death3 /nderlying cause of death3 'rocedures for selection of the underlying cause of death for mortality ta(ulation3 0ules for selection of the originating antecedent cause3 &onsiderations and e=amples of the general principle and selection rules3 %odification of the selected cause2 Course Title Prerequisites (tatistical & lication 1sin! E4cel 1502600 2 (oft5are $ntroduction to computers3 E=cel Basics and data(ase tools3 Additional data entry techni1ues using functions3 %oving?copying data formatting3 !preadsheet design printing3 !tatistical analysis of the data3 &harting )ata 5ith ;raphs2 Code 1502609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title (tatistics and (tud" ,esi!n Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#he different types of study designs 6&ross+sectional3 case+control3 cohort and clinical trials8 and the appropriate statistical analyses used for each2

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!- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Parasitology and Medical Entomology)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604. 1503600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1503(1)601, 1503(1)602, 1503(1)603, 1503(1)604, 1503(1)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1503(1)606, 1503(1)607, 1503(1)608, 1503(1)609, 1503(1)610, 1503(1)611, 1501605, 1502602, 1502603, 1503(3)602, 1506601, 1507600, 1508(3)601, 1508600.

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit h urs


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

150602

Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150603

Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences


Health !urvey and Field #raining

!%#" #$ ! #ropical Health 1503600 D.:


Total

15060"

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

1503618601 1503618602 1503618603 150361860" 1503618605

Basics of Helminthology Basics of 'roto7oology

+7 H##) C

1 1 1 1 2

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

Basics of %edical Entomology

# +7) C E 7& L) C +7 MELA

Basics of )iagnostic 'arasitology Basics of 'arasitic $mmunology

+7 #8 C:

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

1503618606 150361860,

Basics of 'arasitic Doonoses

&$L +7 ': NO$% +7

2 1 2

2 2

Emerging and Epportunistic 'arasites $ntroduction to 'arasite and >ector Ecology2

150361860-

P5 +7 ,#@, 1& ; Q%
Basics of %olecular 'arasitology2

150361860.

IJ +7
Basics of 'arasitology %edical Entomology

1503618610

&L +7 7

1503618611 1501605 1502602 1502603 1503638602

Basics of %alacology RQ) @C )isaster Epidemiology !ampling #echni1ues

1 2 2 2 1

2 2

65 : -&.

2 2 2

3 3 2

Analytical !tatistics

&omprehensive >ector &ontrol and Applications

1506601 150,600 150-638601 150-600

Environmental Evaluation and %anagement #ools 'rinciples of *utrition

GQ: ,L 45 OA@7A 1&,2 S@) A >=$ T,

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Basics of Health Education and Health 'romotion 'rinciples of Family Health

? U<@$ IIA &2 T,

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Course Description
Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and 150601 2 #iostatistics !cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code Credit Hours

Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of En$ironmental 150602 2 Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

Code

Credit Hours

Code
15060%

Credit Hours
2

Course Title
Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences

Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2

Code 150604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

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Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%600 2 Tro ical Health $ntroduction to #ropical environment and maCor tropical diseases2 Environmental impact and host+agent interactions on emergence and re+emergence of #ropical diseases2 An introduction to medically important helminths and proto7oa especially those prevalent in Egypt2 #he morphology3 life cycle3 transmission routes3 diagnosis3 prevention and control of chosen parasites2 $ntroduction to medically important mem(ers of phylum Arthropoda3 their (iology3 pu(lic health importance3 and control2 :a(oratory $dentification of these parasites and their ova or oocysts using common la(oratory techni1ues and identification of common vectors2 )efinitions and o(Cectives of vector control3 pesticide classification3 formulation3 states of application2 $mpacts of e=posure to pesticides on human health and recommendations for vector management and control2 'rimary health care 6'H&8 definitions3 principles and team organi7ation2 0ole of 'H& in endemic and communica(le disease control and community participation in health surveys2 Code 150%617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of Helmintholo!"

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to parasitology3 classification of the most common medically important helminthes2 %orphological features2 $ntestinal3 tissue and (lood trematodes2 $ntestinal and tissue cestodes2 $ntestinal and tissue nematodes2 #he life cycles of the parasites3 their pu(lic health importance3 geographical distri(ution3 transmission routes3 pathogenesis3 clinical manifestations3 diagnosis3 prevention and control2

Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%617602 2 #asics of Proto8oolo!" &lassification of proto7oa that infect humans2 %orphological features3 geographical distri(ution3 life cycles3 methods of transmission3 host+parasite interactions3 pathogenesis3 clinical manifestations3 diagnosis3 and treatment of the most common medically important proto7oa2 Appropriate interventions for prevention and control2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%61760% 2 #asics of *edical Entomolo!" . #a=onomy3 anatomy and morphology of arthropods2 %echanisms of pathogen transmission2 $mportant medical and veterinary insects9 :ife history3 ecology3 (ehavior3 and disease transmission3 prevention and control of the most important mem(ers of medically important families2

Code 150%617604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title #asics of ,ia!nostic Parasitolo!"

Prerequisites

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'arasitological samples collection3 macroscopic e=amination and preservation of stool and urine samples2 #echni1ues used for identification of diagnostic stages and estimation of 5orm (urdens2 Blood samples collection and e=amination for (lood parasites2 $n addition3 e=amination of sputum3 &!F3 and tissues as tissue impressions3 (iopsy and aspirate3 as 5ell as culture methods and animal inoculation2 #he most common immunodiagnostic techni1ues for the diagnosis of parasitic antigens or anti(odies2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%617605 2 #asics of Parasitic )mmunolo!" $ntroduction to the principles of immunology as molecular nature of antigens3 molecular (asis of anti(ody and #+cell receptor structure and diversity3 complements3 hypersensitivity reactions3 cellar (asis for immune response3 cell+mediated immunity3 cyto4ines and other solu(le mediators3 maCor histo+compati(ilty comple= 6%H&83 mechanism of resistence3 tolerance3 autoimmunity and immuno+ deficiency2 Application of these principles in the field of medical parasitology to demonstrate the different types of immune responses elicited (y parasites and the mechanisms used (y parasites to avoid?e=ploit the immune response2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%617606 2 #asics of Parasitic 9oonoses )efinitions and classification of parasitic 7oonoses3 description of the most important groups of 7oonotic parasites3 their general morphology3 routes of transmission3 epidemiology and identification of ris4 factors3 and the role of animals in transmission2 Basic principles of disease prevention and control measures2 Course Title Prerequisites Emer!in! and : ortunistic 150%61760/ 2 Parasites #he life cycle and characteristics of emerging and opportunistic parasitic disease agents according to their principal transmission routes3 diagnosis and management2 !tudy the dynamic relationships (et5een parasites3 their hosts and the environment2 Epidemics of ne5 and old infectious diseases that periodically emerge and greatly magnify the glo(al (urden of infections2 Code 150%617600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites )ntroduction to Parasite and $ector Ecolo!" #he principles of ecology3 parasite populations3 dispersal3 gro5th3 and regulation2 Adaptations for transmission2 Ha(itats and niches2 Host location and host+parasite relationships focusing on (iological and mechanical parasitic control to save the environment2 Code 150%617609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of of *olecular Parasitolo!" Prerequisites

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Basic understanding of nucleic acids3 gene e=pression and protein synthesis2 #he principles undermining important techni1ues in molecular (iology and the applications of these techni1ues in la(oratory research in the field of parasitic diseases2 Code 150%617610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of of Parasitolo!" and *edical Entomolo!"

Prerequisites

#he morphology and the life cycles of the maCor helminth and proto7oal parasites and of their vectors or intermediate hosts2 #he epidemiology3 the pathogenesis3 clinical manifestations3 diagnosis and treatment as 5ell as the methods availa(le for prevention and control2 #a=onomy and diagnostic morphology of medically important arthropods3 their :ife cycles3 ecology3 (ehavior3 and disease transmission3 prevention and control2 Code 150%617611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of *alacolo!" Prerequisites

#he course covers the African fresh 5ater snails of medical importance3 their ta=onomy3 morphology3 anatomy and systematics2 $dentification of snail (y shell morphology3 radula and soft anatomy especially genetalia3 chromosome count on ovotestis and em(ryonic tissues3 chromatograms of surface mucus3 electrophoresis of muscles and egg protein2 Biology of snails and compati(ility (et5een parasite and snail intermediate host3 ha(itats3 (ehavior3 population dynamics and the various factors affecting them2 #he different strategies used for their prevention and control2 Code 1501605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,isaster E idemiolo!"

Prerequisites

)isaster definitions3 the difference (et5een disaster medicine and emergency medicine3 classification of disaster3 glo(al impact of disaster< mortality3 mor(idity and economic losses3 causation of disaster3 sociologic aspects of disasters3 effect of disaster on human (eing and community3 time factor3 management of disaster and national and international measures to com(at disaster2

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Prerequisites 1502602 % (am lin! Techniques #he concept of sampling3 sampling distri(utions3 parameters and statistics3 central limit theorem3 types of samples and sampling error3 comple= samples3 the normal distri(ution and estimation of a population parameter from a sample3 determination of the minimum re1uired sample si7e2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150260% % &nal"tical (tatistics %easures of central tendency3 %easures of dispersion3 %easures of s4e5eness and 4urtosis3 A single population mean3 )ifference (et5een 2 population means3 'aired comparison3 A single population proportion3 )ifference (et5een 2 population proportions3 A single population variance3 &hi+s1uared test and measures of association3 !imple &orrelation and simple linear 0egression2 Course Title Prerequisites Com rehensi$e 3ector Control and 150%6%7602 2 & lications 'reliminary &ourse9 $ntroduction F >ector control interventions including principles and application of (iological3 environmental3 genetic3 (ehavioral3 and chemical methods of control to reduce the incidence of vector (orne disease F 'rincipal methods of pesticides applications F &omponents of application e1uipment F )emonstration of different types of e1uipment and practical field of use such e1uipment2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental E$aluation and 1506601 2 *ana!ement Tools Environmental regulations3 environmental ris4 assessment 6E0A83 life cycle assessment 6:&A83 environmental impact assessment 6E$A83 design for environment3 etcG Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/600 2 Princi les of -utrition #he course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out the re1uired nutrients and their functions3 recommended inta4es3 and dietary sources to maintain normal gro5th and sustain life of individuals2 Also this course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out principles of food analysis and food hygiene (y giving 4no5ledge a(out the determination of macro and micronutrients of food components and safe handling of foods and their importance in preventing the occurrence of food (orne diseases2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Prerequisites

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15006%7601

#asics of Health Education and Health Promotion

#his course provides students 5ith understanding of principles of health education and provides 4no5ledge a(out health education practice3 concept3 tools3 and application of health education in different settings2 #he course emphasi7es intersectoral colla(oration2 $t covers the rational moving from health education to health promotion and contri(ution of (ehavioral sciences to health promotion3 health promotion principles and practice2 Health promoters and their roles3 community health promotion programs3 models of health promotion3 conte=t of health promotion3 agents of the health promotion matri=2

Code 1509600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of Famil" Health

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to provide the students 5ith the 4ey theoretical frame5or4s relevant to understanding the concept of family health and the maCor social3 cultural3 (iological and environmental factors influencing it2 !tudents 5ill (e a(le to understand types of families and stages of family evolution2 !tudent 5ill re1uire 4no5ledge on the services availa(le to all family mem(ers relevant to their ages2

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"- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring #ropical Health)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604. 1503600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1503(2)601, 1503(2)602, 1503(2)603, 1503(2)604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1503(2)605, 1503(2)606, 1503(2)607, 1503(2)608, 1503(2)609, 1503(2)610, 1503(2)611

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 1503600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining #ropical Health

!%#" #$ ! D.:

1 1 0 2 2

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 14 credit hours


Code 1503628601 1503628602 1503628603 Course Title Endemic )iseases in Egypt
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

&, !4 :.$ 1&,2


*on+&ommunica(le #ropical )iseases 'ediatric #ropical Health

2 1 2

2 2 2

3 2 3

#& 3 D.: 1&, D.: ! 4 V+.2

150362860" Total

&ontrol of Health 'ro(lems in the #ropics

?4 ; L ! 4 )5$ D.:

2 , 6

2 10

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1503628605 1503628606 Course Title Blood+Borne )iseases
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

# D&. BC ;@$:A !$ 1&,2 D.: ! 4 &+ 1&,2

2 2

2 2

#ropical >iral )iseases

#ropical Bacterial )iseases 150362860,

D.: ! 4 &$5 1&,2


#ropical 'arasitic )iseases of 'u(lic health importance

150362860-

* 2 W +7 1&,2 ,
Food and Aater+(orne )iseases

125

150362860. 1503628610 1503628611

& C ;@$:A !$ 1&,2 7


*eglected #ropical )iseases

2 2 2

2 2 2

O D.: 1&,
Health in )isasters and 0efugee Health BPG 65! 4

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect

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6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences

Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2

Code 150604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

Code 150%600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Tro ical Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to #ropical environment and maCor tropical diseases2 Environmental impact and host+ agent interactions on emergence and re+emergence of #ropical diseases2 An introduction to medically important helminths and proto7oa especially those prevalent in Egypt2 #he morphology3 life cycle3 transmission routes3 prevention and control of chosen parasites2 $ntroduction to medically important mem(ers of phylum Arthropoda3 their (iology3 pu(lic health importance3 and control2 :a(oratory $dentification of these parasites and their ova or oocysts using common la(oratory techni1ues and identification of common vectors2 )efinitions and o(Cectives of vector control3 pesticide classification3 formulation3 states of application2 $mpacts of e=posure to pesticides on human health and recommendations for vector management and control2 'rimary health care 6'H&8 definitions3 principles and team organi7ation2 0ole of 'H& in endemic and communica(le disease control and community participation in health surveys2

Code 150%627601

Credit Hours %

Course Title Endemic ,iseases in E!" t

Prerequisites

Epidemiology3 &auses3 &linical pictures3 )iagnosis3 %anagement3 'revention and &ontrol of maCor endemic diseases in Egypt2 #hese diseases include schistosomiasis3 typhoid fever3 hepatitis3 chic4en po=3 streptococcal infections3 tetanus3 ra(ies3 meningitis and others2

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Code 150%627602

Credit Hours 2

Course Title -on.Communica+le Tro ical ,iseases

Prerequisites

#he non communica(le diseases of pu(lic health importance in tropical countries including cardiovascular diseases3 dia(etes mellitus3 anemia3 and others2 Etiology3 ris4 factors3 diagnosis3 treatment3 and methods of prevention and control2

Code 150%62760%

Credit Hours %

Course Title Pediatric Tro ical Health

Prerequisites

Evervie5 all paediatric diseases 5ith special emphasis on health pro(lems encountered among children in the tropics< identification of the most important infections in the tropics affecting children as regards< epidemiology3 clinical picture3 diagnosis3 prevention3 and control3 recognition of vaccine preventa(le diseases3 5ith special attention on the compulsory vaccination program implemented in Egypt2

Code 150%627604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Control of Health Pro+lems in the Tro ics

Prerequisites

&oncepts of disease prevention and control 5ith special reference to developing countries2 Assessment of community needs and provision of (asic preventive services to design a control program2 #he cause focuses on the socio+economic3 cultural and political factors that greatly influence the spread distri(ution and outcome of diseases as 5ell as the interventional prevention and control programs of various infectious and non+infectious health pro(lems in the tropics2 Ho5 to setup a surveillance system for different diseases 5ith different epidemiological (ac4grounds2 Eut(rea4 investigation and social studies adopted to assess the challenge of significant determinants of tropical health pro(lems and final optimal solutions2

Code 150%627605

Credit Hours 2

Course Title #lood.#orne ,iseases

Prerequisites

Blood and (lood products used for transfusion3 indications of (lood transfusion3 (lood processing for transfusion3 measures for (lood safety3 epidemiology3 diagnosis3 and management of different infectious agents transmitted (y transfusion including >iruses as 6H$>3 H#:>3 HB>3 H&>3 H)>3 &%>3 EB>2283 parasites as 6malaria3 trypanosoma3 (a(esiosis3 to=oplasma3 leishmania83 and (acteria as 6treponema pallidum3 (rucella3 ric4ettsia82

Code 150%627606

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Tro ical 3iral ,iseases

Prerequisites

#he course 5ill provide an overvie5 on the (asics of viral infection including pathogenesis and virulence factors as 5ell as the host+virus relationship2 >iruses in the #ropics 5ill (e stressed upon and (e taught in details2 Emerging and re+emerging viruses 5ill also (e included2

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Code 150%62760/

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Tro ical #acterial ,iseases

Prerequisites

#he course 5ill provide an overvie5 on the (asics of (acterial infection including epidemiology3 pathogenesis and virulence factors as 5ell as the host+(actrium relationship2 )iseases caused (y gram+positive and negative (acteria3 actinomycetes3 myco(acteria3 spirochaetes3 ric4ettsiae3 and chlamydiae2 &linical picture3 diagnosis3 antimicro(ial therapy3 and control2

Code 150%627600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Tro ical Parasitic ,iseases of Pu+lic Health )m ortance Prerequisites

#he course 5ill provide an overvie5 on the (asics of parasitic infection including epidemiology3 pathogenesis and virulence factors as 5ell as the host+parasite relationship2 Evervie5 of proto7oal and helminthic diseases of pu(lic health importance as leishmaniasis3 malaria3 amae(iasis3 schistosomiasis3 and others2

Code 150%627609

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Food and ;ater.+orne ,iseases

Prerequisites

)iscusses )iseases lin4ed to food and 5ater including into=icants and infections3 and prevention and control of food and 5ater+(orne diseases2 #opics include transmission of disease via food and 5ater3 disease processes in food+ and 5ater+related illness3 micro(ial to=ins3 mycoto=ins3 chemical to=ins3 (acterial infections 6salmonellosis3 shigellosis3 vi(rio3 listeria3 etc28 virus and parasitic infections2

Code 150%627610

Credit Hours 2

Course Title -e!lected Tro ical ,iseases

Prerequisites

!tudy neglected tropical diseases 5hich are considered a symptom of poverty and disadvantage2 #hose most affected are the poorest populations often living in remote3 rural areas3 ur(an slums or in conflict 7ones2 Aith little political voice3 neglected tropical diseases have a lo5 profile and status in pu(lic health priorities2 E=amples of these diseases are leprosy3 lymphatic filariasis3 onchocerciasis3 schistosomiasis3 soil+transmitted helminthes2

Code 150%627611

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Health in ,isasters and 2efu!ee Health Prerequisites

#ypes of disasters3 different health pro(lems appearing in disasters and their causes3 control of these pro(lems3 health pro(lems in refugee camps3 surveillance3 management and control2

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$- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring %ector Control and Pesticide &is's)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1503600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1503(3)601, 1503(3)602, 1503(3)603, 1503(3)604, 1503(3)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1503(3)621, 1503(3)622, 1503(3)623, 1503(3)624, 1503(3)625, 1503(3)626

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

!%#" #$ ! #ropical Health 1503600 D.:


Total

15060"

Health !urvey and Field #raining

1 1 0 2 2

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

1503638601 1503638602 1503638603

>ectors and 'u(lic Health2

&omprehensive >ector &ontrol and Applications &hemistry3 &lassification and Formulation of 'esticides3 and #heir %ode of Action 'esticides 0esidues and #heir Environmental $mpact2

, 1&,2 GQ%

1 1 1

2 2 2

2 2 2

1&,2 GQ: ,L 45 OA@7A # IOJA XU:A &*YZA &@.

150363860" @$,

2 1 2

2 2

1503638605 'esticides Bioassay3 0esistance and !electivity

!&* Y #

$\ ,@,@) [ $

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Total

10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

*e5 #rends in the Field of >ector &ontrol2 1503638621 1503638622 1503638623 150363862" 1503638625

45, VJ, !4 <# OP$ 1&,2 GQ%


;eneral #o=icology of 'esticides

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

6013602 603 603360" 6013602 601

] #) C
Fate of 'esticides in the Environment2 $ntegrated >ector?'est %anagement2

]! 4 #& ,

],5$ 45 S
>ector Ecology and Behavior2

]1&,2 GQ% ^( A

1503638626

'rinciples of 'esticide 0is4 Assessment Analysis and %anagement2

&.E, S; A@) A ]#

603360"

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

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Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title
Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences

Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 150%600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Tro ical Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to #ropical environment and maCor tropical diseases2 Environmental impact and host+agent interactions on emergence and re+emergence of #ropical diseases2 An introduction to medically important helminths and proto7oa especially those prevalent in Egypt2 #he morphology3 life cycle3 transmission routes3 prevention and control of chosen parasites2 $ntroduction to medically important mem(ers of phylum Arthropoda3 their (iology3 and pu(lic health importance2 :a(oratory $dentification of these parasites and their ova or oocysts using common la(oratory techni1ues and identification of common vectors2 )efinitions and o(Cectives of vector control3 pesticide classification3 formulation3 states of application2 $mpacts of e=posure to pesticides on human health and recommendations for vector management and control2 'rimary health care 6'H&8 definitions3 principles and team organi7ation2 0ole of 'H& in endemic and communica(le disease control and community participation in health surveys2

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Code 150%6%7601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title 3ectors and Pu+lic Health

Prerequisites

'reliminary &ourse9 $ntroduction + )efinition of vector + 0elation of vectors to other animals F #a=onomy and morphology of vectors of pu(lic health importance + :ife cycle of important vectors + 0ole of vectors in pu(lic health + 'ractical la(oratory identification and (reeding of important vectors of diseases2 Code 150%6%7602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Com rehensi$e 3ector Control and & lications

Prerequisites

'reliminary &ourse9 $ntroduction F >ector control interventions including principles and application of (iological3 environmental3 genetic3 (ehavioral3 and chemical methods of controlF 'rincipal methods of pesticides applications F &omponents of application e1uipment F )emonstration of different types of e1uipment and practical field of use such e1uipment2 Course Title Chemistr"< Classification and Prerequisites 150%6%760% 2 Formulation of Pesticides< and Their *ode of &ction 'reliminary &ourse9 $ntroduction + )efinition of pesticides + ;eneral characteristics of the ideal pesticides + &lassification of pesticides according to their chemical structure including3 insecticides3 molluscicides3 her(icides and rodenticidesG2etc2 &hemical and physical properties of different pesticides2 &lassification of different pesticides according to their modes of action2 %odes of actions of different types and classes of pesticides2 #ypes of formulations and preparations + $mportance of diluents2 )emonstration in the la(oratory for different formulations and preparations and evaluation of sta(ility of the preparations2 Course Title Prerequisites Pesticide 2esidues and Their 150%6%7604 2 En$ironmental )m act $ntroduction F Environmental alteration of pesticides residues F )ynamics of pesticides movement in the animal (ody F %ovement of pesticides in the environment F Effects of pesticides on 5ild life and non+target species F 0ecent techni1ues used for determination of pesticides residues F 'rotection of the environment2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

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Pesticides #ioassa"< 2esistance and (electi$it" 'reliminary &ourse9 $ntroduction + 'rinciples of pesticides testing + !tandardi7ation of test organisms for (ioassay + )emonstration in the la(oratory for testing pesticides against different vectors + Factors influencing pesticide dynamics in animals and insects + >erte(rate selectivity ratios and their significance + !electivity at species level + 0esistance as an ac1uired character + #ypes of resistance + ;enetics and resistance + &ross resistance + &auses of resistance + Ho5 to avoid resistance + 'ractical la(oratory tests of selectivity and resistance to5ards pesticides in different species 150%6%7605 2 Course Title Prerequisites -e5 Trends in the Field of 3ector 150%6%7621 2 601<602 Control ;enomics F ;enetics manipulation F !pace technology and ;$! + Biological control + Environmental management + &ommunity participation and health education F Economics of vector control strategies for controlling tropical disease2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%6%7622 2 =eneral To4icolo!" of Pesticides> 60% )efinitions of to=icology F )ifferent fields of to=icology + &lassification of different types of pesticides according to their mode of action + Anatomy and (iochemistry of the nervous system in (oth mammals and insects + %odes of actions of different types and classes of pesticides + 'harmaco4inetic phase 6penetration3 distri(ution3 meta(olism e=ecration8 and pharmacodynamic phase of pesticide to=icology (y insects3 mammals and microorganisms + Emergency methods and treatment of pesticides to=icity in man2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%6%762% 2 Fate of Pesticides in the En$ironment 60%<604 $ntroduction + )efinition of environmental ris4 factors + Factors affecting pesticides fate in the environment9 6'hysical and chemical properties of pesticides3 Bio+Accumulation and Bio+%agnification3 Adsorption3 A(sorption3 >olatility28 + *atural processes that affect pesticides fate 6surface 0un off3 leaching3 soil erosionG228 + Biotransformation of pesticides in 5ater3 soil3 air3 animal (odies3 plants and microorganisms + Environmental ha7ards of pesticide use 6pesticides in 5ater3 soil and in air82 Ha7ards of pesticides to man and other non target species + 'rotection in the environment9 protecting fish and other a1uatic life3 protecting (irds3 5ild life and domestic animals2 Code 150%6%7624 Credit Hours 2 Course Title )nte!rated 3ector/Pest *ana!ement Prerequisites 601<602 Code Credit Hours

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$ntroduction F $dentification of the vector+(orne diseases pro(lem related to the general health situation and planning of comprehensive vector control activities in the prevailing epidemiological and socio+economic situation and the resources availa(le + )emonstration of (asic 4no5ledge and s4ills in vector+(orne disease control + )emonstration of (asic 4no5ledge and s4ills in the planning processes (e a(le to contri(ute to the development of a plan for implementing comprehensive disease control activities + /nderstanding of data management and analysis relevant to vector+(orne disease surveillance and control2

Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150%6%7625 2 3ector Ecolo!" and #eha$ior 601 )efinition of vector ecology F Bionomics + %ethods of collecting ecological data on vectors 6!urveys3 $ntensive ecological studies8 + !urveillance techni1ues + !ignificant ecological varia(les + #he inter+relationship of ecology and surveillance +0ole of ecology in vector control2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of Pesticide 2is? 150%6%7626 2 &ssessment< &nal"sis and 60%<604 *ana!ement $ntroduction+ HApproaches to ris4 assessment and analysis + ris4 analysis categories + 0is4 measures and indicators + 0is4 characteri7ation + Assessment residential and occupational e=posure to pesticide + Environment and ris42 'henomenological studies 6 Acute3 chronic3 reproductive3 developmental to=icity3 neuroto=icology and genetic to=icology28 and %echanistic studies 6 A(sorption3 distri(ution3 meta(olism and e=cretion8 Code Credit Hours

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(- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Primary Health Care)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1503600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1503(4)601, 1503(4)602, 1503(4)603, 1503(4)604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1503(4)611, 1503(4)612, 1503(4)613, 1503(4)614, 1503(4)615, 1503(4)616, 1503(4)617, 1503(4)618, 1503(4)619, 1503(4)620, 1503(4)621, 1503(4)622.

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601 150602 150603 15060" 1503600 Total

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Fundamentals of Environmental Health

2 2 2 1 1 0 2 2 4 "

2 2 2 2 2 10

Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences Health !urvey and Field #raining #ropical Health

!%#" #$ ! D.:

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 15036"8601 15036"8602 Course Title Family %edicine &linic 'ractices $nternal %edicine and !4in in 'H& ?F%
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

&2" . C ,

2 2

2 2

3 3

Aoman3 &hild and Family 'rimary Health 15036"8603 &are

C&? 4 #J :. 1&,2 &2" . _2 &2 C& &2; +7

First Aid3 E*#3 and Ephthalmological 'H&?F% 15036"860" Total

HW2 U%2 2 49 C&! 4 H& J: &2" ._2

1 6

2 0

2 10

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Family !e=ual and 0eproductive 'rimary Health &are
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

15036"8611

:J 2 C& `&J%9
'H& ?F% Emergencies

15036"8612

". _2 C& T. &2


'H&?F% &linical $nvestigations

15036"8613

C& 5:9 + &2" . _2


'H&?F% Iuality %anagement

15036"861"

_2 C& P S &2" .
'H& ?F% !ocio+psychology and Ethics

15036"8615

&2" . _2 C& :O QG\! C $P+:


Essential )rug 'rovision in 'H&?F%

15036"8616

C&! 4 2& Q& @4A &2" . _2


&linical 'ro(lem !olving in 'H&?F%

15036"861,

C&! 4 5:S ;L ; &2" . _2


'rimary Health &are?F% /pdates

15036"861-

_2 C&! 4 /# &2" .
&ommon &linical 'resentations in 'H&?F%

15036"861.

!4 L 5:9 &2" . _2 C&


'H&? F% clinical guidelines

15036"8620 15036"8621 15036"8622

C& 5:9; # &2" . _2


Age !pecific 'reventive Family &are JKLMNOP QRSTUO JVWRXYOP JKLZ[P JKR\LOP Basic 'H&?F% 'atient !afety

1 1 1

2 2 2

2 2 2

C& b&, ,G a &2" . _2

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" ' #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Prerequisites

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150%600

Tro ical Health

$ntroduction to #ropical environment and maCor tropical diseases2 Environmental impact and host+agent interactions on emergence and re+emergence of #ropical diseases2 An introduction to medically important helminths and proto7oa especially those prevalent in Egypt2 #he morphology3 life cycle3 transmission routes3 prevention and control of chosen parasites2 $ntroduction to medically important mem(ers of phylum Arthropoda3 their (iology3 pu(lic health importance3 and control2 :a(oratory $dentification of these parasites and their ova or oocysts using common la(oratory techni1ues and identification of common vectors2 )efinitions and o(Cectives of vector control3 pesticide classification3 formulation3 states of application2 $mpacts of e=posure to pesticides on human health and recommendations for vector management and control2 'rimary health care 6'H&8 definitions3 principles and team organi7ation2 0ole of 'H& in endemic and communica(le disease control and community participation in health surveys2 Code 150%647601 Credit Hours % Course Title Famil" *edicine Clinic Practices

Prerequisites

'rimary health care ? family medicine principles and scope2 #he 'H&? family medicine consultation and counseling session and diagnostic models and s4ills2 Essential health care for different age groups2 'ro(lem+(ased integrated (asic health activity pac4ages2 'hysician communication s4ills3 and patient compliance2 Health impacts of family cycle3 dynamics and dysfunction including violence2 Behavioural change and community involvement in primary care2 Code 150%647602 Credit Hours % Course Title )nternal *edicine and (?in in PHC/F* Prerequisites

$nternal medicine clinical diagnosis and treatment regimens of common diseases in family practice2 Holistic primary care management and referral of general internal medical cases2 First aid and life saving procedures for medical emergencies2 'revention and control of endemic and communica(le medical pro(lems and follo5 up of chronic diseases2 !4in pro(lems diagnosis and management in 'H&?F%

Code 150%64760%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title ;oman< Child and Famil" Primar" Health Care Prerequisites

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'ediatric population group9 Application of family practice 1uality guidelines in9 6Breast feeding and 5eaning practices3 %onitoring of health3 5ell (eing3 physical and mental development of the child3 $ntegrated management of childhood illness2 Early detection and management of acute and chronic pediatric diseases3 and handicapping conditions82'ediatric first aid2 Aomen population group9 Application of family practice 1uality guidelines in9 6Antenatal3 natal and postnatal care2 Early detection and management of high ris4 pro(lems2 Family planning methods and counseling2 Early detection and management of common gynecological pro(lems82 Aomen first aid2 Code 150%647604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title First &id< E-T and : hthalmolo!ical PHC/F* Prerequisites

&linical evaluation of common eye and E*# complaints2 Holistic primary management of common ophthalmological3 and E*# disorders and?or appropriate referral2 'revention and control of common eye3 and E*# health pro(lems2 )iagnosis and primary management of common surgical pro(lems and surgical first aid in a 'H&?family practice setting2 Appropriate and timely referral of surgical pro(lems and emergencies22 Code 150%647611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Famil" (e4ual and 2e roducti$e Primar" Health Care Prerequisites

&ommonly encountered familial se=ual and reproductive health pro(lems in 'H&2 Early detection3 management and counseling of se=ual and reproductive pro(lems through 'H& principles2 ;ender and male involvement in reproductive health2 Code 150%647612 Credit Hours 2 Course Title PHC/F* Emer!encies

Prerequisites

Emergency life saving procedures and cardiopulmonary resuscitation s4ills in 'H&?F%2 )iagnosis3 management and?or referral of acute surgical conditions3 traumatic emergencies3 (urns and fractures3 'oisoning2 Home accidents and inCuries2

Code 150%64761%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title PHC/F* Clinical )n$esti!ations

Prerequisites

Basic investigations provided (y the 'H&?Family health center2 'H& la(oratory staff2 $ndices and standards of the 'H& la(oratory and continuous 1uality improvement22 :a(oratory infection control 2'resentation and interpretation of the (asic investigations at

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'H& centers including la(oratory3 radiology and E&;2 $nterpretation of results of clinical investigations2 Code 150%647614 Credit Hours 2 Course Title PHC/F* @ualit" *ana!ement

Prerequisites

%anagement of 'H&?family practice performance and team5or43 and the identification and solving of 'H& management pro(lems 6management audit82 'H&?family practice information system2 Iuality management of 'H& activities 5ithin the scientific definition and principles of 'H&?F%2 'ractical application e=ercises2 Code 150%647615 Credit Hours 2 Course Title PHC/F* (ocio. s"cholo!" and Ethics Prerequisites

;eneral medical principles and ethics2 'atient]s rights and responsi(ilities2 Family physician]s duties and responsi(ilities2 &onfidentiality2 Elements of informed consent2 ;uidelines a(out appropriate 'H&?F% referral and follo5 up2 %alpractice2 Code 150%647616 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Essential ,ru! Pro$ision in PHC/F* Prerequisites

&riteria for selection of essential drugs and drugs listing2 'ro(lems 5ith drug provision2 )evelopment of a national drug policy2 &oncept of rationale drug use in 'H&?F%2 Course Title Prerequisites Clinical Pro+lem (ol$in! in 150%64761/ 2 PHC/F* &linical cases pro(lem solving in 'H&?F%2 Evidence (ased clinical diagnostic s4ills2 )iagnostic measures and investigations2 &ases management 5ithin the holistic conte=t of 'H&?F% Code 150%647610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Primar" Health Care/F* 1 dates Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

;eneral and main topics in 'H&?F%2 /pdated studies in common and important topics in 'H&?F%2 Code 150%647619 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Common Clinical Presentations in PHC/F* Prerequisites

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)ifferential diagnosis3 assessment and management of common presenting clinical pro(lems in 'H&?F%2 6Aeight loss3 fatigue3 di77iness3 #$A3 cough3 Caundice3 edema3 pelvic and (ac4 pain3 headaches3 fever3 s4in lesions3 enuresis3 drug misuse3 sei7ures irrita(le (o5el syndrome3 anemia3 and other miscellaneous health pro(lems8 Code 150%647620 Credit Hours 2 Course Title PHC/ F* Clinical =uidelines

Prerequisites

)evelopment of clinical guidelines2 Appraising the 1uality of clinical guidelines2 $nternational guidelines versus Egyptian guidelines for different medical pro(lems commonly encountered in 'H&?F% Code 150%647621 Credit Hours 2 Course Title &!e ( ecific Pre$enti$e Famil" Care Prerequisites

Age specific preventive family care2 Age specific disease presentation and health screening2 $mmuni7ation practice in 'H&?F%2 Health promotion and maintenance in 'H&?F% Code 150%647622 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asic PHC/F* Patient (afet"

Prerequisites

'H&?F% patient safety principles2 'H&?F% patient safety practices

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)- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Microbiology)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1503601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1504601, 1504602, 1504603, 1504604, 1504605, 1504606 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1504607, 1504608, 1504609, 1504610, 1504611, 1504612, 1504613, 1504614, 1504615, 1504616, 1504617

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150"601 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining Fundamentals of %icro(iology

!%#" #$ ! P&5

1 1 0 2 2

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150"602 150"603 150"60" Course Title Fundamentals of $mmunology Fundamentals %ycology and >irology
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

C:

1 1 1 1 1 5

2 2 2 2 2 10

2 2 2 2 2 10

P&5 $nfectious 150"605 # Bacteriology P&$5


150"606 )iagnostic Bacteriology Total

Fundamentals of !anitary %icro(iology

&7+& +

EL$ P&$5

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150"60, 150"60150"60. 150"610 150"611 150"612 150"613 150"61" 150"615 150"616 150"61, Course Title !ystematic >irology >iral :a(oratory
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

NOJ& + &+ ; ,

2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

%ycotic Doonoses

Fundamentals of !anitary %ycology Food %icro(iology :a(oratory Emerging 'athogens

%& 7+

& 7+ =32 P&5, ; , #J$& 5

;uidelines in !tandard Eperating 'rocedures :a(oratory !afety

&P9 OP$ T PW :>; L$ ! H,2

%anagement of Health &are Associated $nfections %ethods in %icro(ial ;enetics Antimicro(ials

C& 0# S &5 Y -&. &5 c,

! d&L! J&E ! 5A @&, # P#; J$; Q


Code Course Title Human Body %edical #erminology Theoretical Practical Credit Hours 2 Prerequisites

150"61-

H%9) P 7 7

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and field stud"

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

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Code 1504601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of *icro+iolo!"

Prerequisites

Fundamentals of %icro(iology provide students 5ith an understanding of microorganisms and techni1ues in micro(iology2 #opics include (acterial cell structure and function3 (acterial classification3 their meta(olism3 nutrition3 gro5th and environmental factors affecting gro5th2 $t 5ill also include the physical and chemical antimicro(ial means of control of microorganisms2 #he course also includes the (asic structure3 function and replication of nucleic acids2 #he la(oratory sessions 5ill provide the opportunity to learn ho5 to o(serve3 gro53 identify3 and e=amine the activities of micro(es2 Code 1504602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of )mmunolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill cover the induction3 detection3 and measurement of human immune response3 as 5ell as the structure and composition of antigens and anti(odies3 the 4inetic of antigen+anti(ody reactions and their measurement2 Code 150460% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of *"colo!" and 3irolo!" Prerequisites

#his is a course on human fungal diseases and their corresponding organisms2 Emphasis 5ill (e on recognition and identification of representative of the pathogens2 An overvie5 of the filamentous ^higher_ (acteria 6Actinomycetes *ocardia8 5ill (e covered3 as per tradition2 Also this course 5ill cover the description3 classification3 and replication of human viruses and the processes of viral infections3 la(oratory diagnosis3 and prevention and antiviral drugs2 !ome representatives of viruses of medical importance 5ill (e discussed2

Code 1504604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of (anitar" *icro+iolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course deals 5ith the standard methods used for determining the sanitary 1uality of 5ater3 food3 and mil4 6suita(ility for use and degree of contamination82 #he course also emphasi7es the different diseases transmitted through the a(ove common sources2

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Code 1504605

Credit Hours 2

Course Title )nfectious #acteriolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course aims at recognition of human pathogenic (acteria3 their macroscopic and microscopic characters3 principles of (acterial pathogenicity3 host+parasite interactions3 diagnosis3 and prevention2 Code 1504606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,ia!nostic #acteriolo!"

Prerequisites

#his su(Cect deals 5ith the manipulation of clinical specimens2 $t emphasi7es the aspects of specimen collection3 handling3 e=amination3 and interpretation of results2 Code 150460/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title ("stematic 3irolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill cover the clinical aspects3 pathogenesis3 epidemiology3 prevention and strategies for diagnosis3 follo5+up and monitoring of viral diseases2 #he module 5ill deal 5ith the study of maCor clinical syndromes caused (y viruses2 Code 1504600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 3iral Aa+orator"

Prerequisites

#his course is concerned 5ith the most fre1uently used techni1ues of detection of viral infection2 #he cytopathic effects produced (y different viruses 5ill (e verified (esides the serologic and molecular methods used in diagnostic virology2 Code 1504609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title *"cotic 8oonoses

Prerequisites

#his course is concerned 5ith the maCor mycotic 7oonotic infections transmitted mainly (y farm animals and pets2 Code 1504610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of (anitar" *"colo!"

Prerequisites

#his course deals 5ith the standard methods used for determining the sanitary 1uality of 5ater3 food3 and mil4 in respect to the presence of fungi2 #he course also emphasi7es the different fungal diseases transmitted through the a(ove common sources2 Code 1504611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Food *icro+iolo!" Aa+orator"

Prerequisites

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#o provide practical and theoretical 4no5ledge on methods for enumeration3 detection and identification of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms in food3 mil4 and mil4 products2 Code 1504612 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Emer!in! Patho!ens

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith an introduction to the factors involved in the emergence of pathogens causing human disease2 Follo5ing a general overvie5 of these factors3 specific pathogens are e=amined 5ith regard to historical and current relevance3 emergence factors3 surveillance3 and control2 Code 150461% Credit Hours 2 Course Title =uidelines in (tandard : eratin! Procedures Prerequisites

#his is course 5ill provide guidelines on the use of conventional procedures used in a micro(iological la(oratory including the organi7ation and functions of la(oratories3 collection and transportation of clinical specimens3 sterili7ation3 staining techni1ues3 (acteriological media3 cultivation of (acteria on la(oratory media3 antimicro(ial suscepti(ility testing3 safety in la(oratories3 and 1uality assurance2 Code 1504614 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Aa+orator" (afet"

Prerequisites

#his course descri(es the com(inations of standard and special micro(iological practices3 safety e1uipment3 and facilities constituting Biosafety :evels 1+"3 5hich are recommended for 5or4 5ith a variety of infectious agents in various la(oratory settings2 Code 1504615 Credit Hours 2 Course Title *ana!ement of Health Care &ssociated )nfections Prerequisites

#his course introduces the history3 descriptive epidemiology3 surveillance methods3 and the most important factors influencing health care associated infections2 #he role of la(oratory in controlling these infections 5ill (e emphasi7ed2

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Code 1504616

Credit Hours 2

Course Title *ethods in *icro+ial =enetics

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill descri(e the different molecular techni1ues used in isolation3 detection and 1uantification of nucleic acids2 Code 150461/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title &ntimicro+ials

Prerequisites

#his course introduces the history3 the classification3 and the mode of action of antimicro(ial3 the mechanisms of the transfer of antimicro(ial resistance among (acterial strains3 and the standard methods for testing the suscepti(ility to antimicro(ials2 Code 1504610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Human #od" ' *edical Terminolo!" Prerequisites

#his course descri(es the com(inations of standard and special micro(iological practices3 safety e1uipment3 and facilities constituting Biosafety :evels 1+"3 5hich are recommended for 5or4 5ith a variety of infectious agents in various la(oratory settings2

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*- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring +ccupational Health and ,ndustrial Medicine)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1505601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1505(1)601, 1505(1)602, 1505(1)603, 1505(1)604, 1505(1)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1505(1)606, 1505(1)607, 1505(1)608, 1505(1)609, 1505(1)610, 1502708, 1502711

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics 150601


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603


Health !urvey and Field #raining

15060"

!%#" #$ !

"

'rincipals of Eccupational Health and 1505601 Air 'ollution

2 9 4

2 10

O 6A :O T,
Total

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2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 1505618601 Course Title 'rincipals of Eccupational #o=icology Biological %onitoring
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

:O ) C T, ?P@) $
Fundamentals Ef Eccupational %edicine and Aor4 'hysiology

1505618602

? :O " 7 ; P4 :O +: ,#@, ? :O IJ ; & LA

$ntroduction to Eccupational 1505618603 'sychology

150561860"

Fundamentals Ef Eccupational )isa(ility and Aor4 :egislation

1505618605 Total

Fundamentals of Eccupational Hygiene3 !afety and Air 'ollution

; eS O 6A ,G

1 /

2 6

2 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1505618606 Course Title Eccupational Health for >ulnera(le ;roups Eccupational Health 'ro(lems in !mall /nderserved `o(s
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

C J :O &YZ$&

150561860,

150561860-

Emerging Eccupational Health 'ro(lems in )eveloping &ountries $ntroduction to Ergonomics and Aor4 Biomechanics Eccupational Health !ervices

BO ? 4 :O ; L, ,#E f4$, &>& >

Y#$ :O ; L, ,: G? 4 2 ,%P&2) C ?\; #, ; 0&L? 5%5 :O ,#\

150561860. 1505618610 1502,01502,11

2 2 2 1 2

2 2 2 2

!tatistical Health information system )ata Base 1

,) g% h % #CQ

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Course description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field (tud"

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

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Code 1505601

Credit hours 2

Course Title Princi als of :ccu ational Health and &ir Pollution Prerequisites

An overvie5 of occupational health aspects3 its integrated concept of maintaining and promoting 5or4ers health through recognition3 assessment and control of occupational ha7ards in 5or4 environment and early detection of occupational diseases3 their treatment and reha(ilitation of 5or4ers2 $n addition to fundamentals of Air pollution3 sources3 types3 monitoring and control technologies2 Code 1505617601 Credit hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals :f :ccu ational To4icolo!" ' #iolo!ical *onitorin! Prerequisites

#his course provides students the 4no5ledge a(out important to=icant in the 5or4ing environment3 different routs of e=posure and (iotransformation inside the (ody as 5ell as the possi(le effects on 5or4ers health2 Also3 it introduces the 4no5ledge a(out (iological parameters of e=posure and response to industrial to=ins used for early detection of any adverse health effect2 Code 1505617602 Credit hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of :ccu ational *edicine and ;or? Ph"siolo!" Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith necessary 4no5ledge a(out some of the most important diseases that could occur due to e=posure to different occupational ha7ards in 5or4 environment3 principals of management and the important lines of prevention2 Also it provides 4no5ledge a(out the physiological mechanisms and (ody response to different types of occupational physical ha7ards2 Code 150561760% Credit hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of :ccu ational Ps"cholo!"

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith necessary 4no5ledge a(out the interaction (et5een psychosocial environment and the individual and most important effects either of 5or4ing environment on employee and employer3 or (et5een 5or4ers each other3 and ho5 to prevent it2 Also it provides 4no5ledge a(out the criteria of adCustment and e1uili(rium of 5or4ers as 5ell as the indirect indicators of mental ill+health2 $n addition the course highlights the conse1uences of fatigue in industry and shift 5or4 system on 5or4ers2 Code 1505617604 Credit hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of :ccu ational ,isa+ilit" and ;or? Ae!islation Prerequisites

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#his course provides students 5ith necessary 4no5ledge a(out some of the most important occupational disa(ilities that could occur during 5or4 and ho5 to deal 5ith them2 Also it provides (asics of la5s and administrative regulation at 5or4 including occupational health program2 %oreover the course 5ill provide 4no5ledge a(out the different Egyptian and international la5s and regulations related to 5or4ers2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of :ccu ational 1505617605 2 H"!iene< (afet" and &ir Pollution Eccupational hygiene pillars3 recognition evaluation and control of occupational ha7ards in 5or4ing environment2 Accident causes and investigation3 appraising safety performance3 facility inspection Co( safety analysis2 Air pollution sources3 air pollution types3 meteorology and dispersion3 air pollutant monitoring3 air 1uality national and international slanderers2 Course Title Prerequisites :ccu ational Health for 1505617606 2 3ulnera+le =rou s #his course is directed to study pro(lems among some suscepti(le groups at 5or4 place li4e 5omen3 children3 elderly 5or4ers3 chronic ill+5or4ersGetc2 Also it provides 4no5ledge a(out the specific physiological and anatomical features of these groups and ho5 these specific features can affect and modify the response to different occupational ha7ards2 Course Title Prerequisites :ccu ational Health Pro+lems in 150561760/ 2 (mall 1nderser$ed Bo+s #his course aims at clarification of some occupational health pro(lems in small underserved Co(s including seasonal 5or4ers3 small 5or4shops3 agricultural 5or4ers3 Getc and ho5 to overcome these pro(lems2 Also it provide 4no5ledge a(out the nature of employment and 5or4 environment in such Co(s regarding age of employee 3 lac4 of medical services3 lac4 of environmental control measures3 lac4 of personal protective e1uipment as 5ell as lac4 of occupational health education and training programs2 Course Title Prerequisites Emer!in! :ccu ational Health 1505617600 2 Pro+lems in ,e$elo in! Countries #his course focuses on emerging pro(lems that could appear due to changes in la(or mar4et and introduction of ne5 industries 5ith related occupational pro(lems in developing countries2 Also it provides 4no5ledge a(out the different measures used to identify such pro(lems 3 early detection of their effects on 5or4ers health3 impact on productivity and ho5 to manage these pro(lems2 Code 1505617609 credit hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to Er!onomics and ;or? #iomechanics Prerequisites Code Credit hours Code Credit hours Code Credit hours Code Credit hours

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#his course provides students 5ith necessary 4no5ledge to identify ho5 a 5or4er can physically do his 5or4 5ithout ill+effects3 and provide introduction to time F motion studies2 Also the course 5ill provide 4no5ledge a(out the importance of anatomical features of 5or4ers for performance of specific Co( and their relation to 5or4 design and limitations 5hich may present and ho5 to readCust 5or4 place to (e ergonomically suita(le2 Code 1505617610 credit hours 2 Course Title :ccu ational Health (er$ices

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith necessary 4no5ledge a(out general organi7ational aspects of any esta(lishment3 and study of different concepts for successful organi7ation2 $n addition it 5ill cover the medical and environmental health services 5hich should (e provided to 5or4ers and ho5 to prevent a(use of such services2 #ravel Health program offers re1uired vaccinations3 health and safety information3 and other helpful resources2 Code 1502/00 credit hours 2 Course Title (tatistical Health information s"stem

Prerequisites

)efinition of terms3 0ole of statistics in health information systems3 !ources of data3 Health status indicators3 $ndicators for provision of health care 6provision of primary health care83 $ndicators of resources for health3 $ndicators (ased on hospital statistics2

Code 1502/11

credit hours 2

Course Title ,ata #ase 1

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to computer3 $ntroduction to data(ase3 )ata(ase Environment3 #he 0elational %odel3 )ata(ase planning and design3 Entity 0elationship %odeling3 *ormali7ation3 )ata(ase )esign %ethodology3 Aor4ed E=amples2

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--Diploma in Public Health and Public Health .ciences (Majoring +ccupational Hygiene and /ir Pollution0
Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1505601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1505(2)601, 1505(2)602, 1505(2)603, 1505(2)604, 1505(2)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1505(2)606, 1505(2)607, 1505(2)608, 1505(2)609, 1505(2)610, 1505(2)611, 1502710, 1502711

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

160603


Health !urvey and Field #raining

15060"

"#$ ! !%#
'rinciples of Eccupational Health and Air 'ollution

"

1505601

6A :O T, O

Total

10

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2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150562860 1

Fundamental of Eccupational Ha7ards Health Effects

& YZ$ :O & .E


'rinciples of Eccupational Ha7ards3 its Evaluation3 and &ontrol

150562860 2

i :O & .E T, O4 )5$ O @A
Applied Eccupational Hygiene #raining

150562860 3 150562860 " 150562860 5 Total

!@7$ ;
'rinciples of Air 'ollution

1 1 2

"

2 2

1505628602

O 6A T,

Eccupational Health and !afety :egislations

,G& LA :O

2 / 4 4

2 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150562860 6 150562860 , 150562860 150562860 . 150562861 0 150562861 1 1502,0, 1502,11

'rinciples of Eccupational 0is4 Assessment 'rinciples of Eccupational !afety

!:O & 7E@) A T, :O ,G T,

2 2 1 2

2 2 2

Basics of Biological %onitoring &ontrol of Eccupational Ha7ards and Air 'ollution

P Q & :O & .E ! 4 )5$ O 6A

'rinciples of $ndustrial >entilation

C: O$ T,
Atmospheric !ampling and Analysis of Air 'ollutants

O Y, ;A R P [J Applied statistics 9 ?@7$ )ata Base 1 #CQ h %

1 1

2 2

2 2

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Course Description
Code
150601

Credit Hours
2

Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code
150602

Credit Hours
2

Course Title
Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code
15060%

Credit Hours
2

Course Title
Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences

Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2
Code 1505601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of :ccu ational Health and &ir Pollution Prerequisites

An overvie5 of occupational health aspects3 its integrated concept of maintaining and promoting 5or4ers health through assessment and control of occupational ha7ards in 5or4 environment and early detection of occupational diseases3 their treatment and reha(ilitation of 5or4ers2 $n addition to Air pollutants sources3 types3 monitoring and control technologies2

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Code 1505627601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamental of :ccu ational Ha8ards Health Effects

Prerequisites

#his course provides candidates 5ith the (asic 4no5ledge a(out physiological3 (iological3 to=icological and psychological changes< and the possi(le health effects and its prevention for the different physical3 chemical3 (iological3 psychosocial and mechanical ha7ards2
Code 1505627602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of :ccu ational Ha8ards< its E$aluation< and Control

Prerequisites

#his course offers 4no5ledge a(out occupational ha7ards sources3 types3 and control 5ith concentration on physical ha7ards and chemical ha7ards2 $n addition the course provide (asis of Evaluation methodologies3 instruments and devices used for assessment of occupational ha7ards2 Allo5a(le e=posure limits and threshold limit values for different ha7ards types2 'roper control measures and techni1ues applied to decrease the ris4s of occupational ha7ardsa e=posure2
Code 150562760% Credit Hours 2 & Course Title lied :ccu ational H"!iene Trainin! Prerequisites

&andidates 5ill (e familiar 5ith different types of ha7ards 5hich can (e found in each type of industry3 field visits various to factories or esta(lishments3 inspection of the follo5ing3 occupational ha7ards< physical3 chemical3 (iological mechanical3 occupational safety3 emergency care in the 5or4place3 health education in industrial setting3 personal protective e1uipment3 fire protection3 house4eeping3 general ventilation and lighting3 engineering control3 5elfare facilities3 group discussion3 report 5riting to include3 main ha7ards availa(le3 protective measures availa(le and those need to (e implemented3 safety precautions3 the meaning of inCury rates3 appraising safety performance3 recommendations for control measures and accident prevention techni1ues2
Code 1505627604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of &ir Pollution

Prerequisites

#he course provides introduction to air pollution3 sources and types of air pollutants3 dispersion3 classification and sources of air contaminants3 atmospheric sampling and analysis9 methods and cali(ration3 source sampling and analysis3 source+emission inventories3 air resources management program3 and am(ient air 1uality standards and their application2
Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites

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1505627605

:ccu ational Health and (afet" Ae!islations

#he course focuses on safety3 health 5elfare at 5or4 acts3 compliance strategies3 national regulations and la5s concerned 5ith occupational hygiene3 safety air pollution3 %inister Ef :a(or Force And %igration )ecision *o2 211 for 20033 Egyptian Environmental :a5 *o2 " for 1.." and its decree no2 33- for 1..52
Code 1505627606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of :ccu ational 2is? &ssessment

Prerequisites

#he course focuses on scope (enefits of assessing ris4s3 definitions terminology3 ha7ard identification3 dose ? response evaluation3 ris4 identification3 ris4 assessment techni1ues3 safety chec4lists3 Co( safety analysis3 1ualitative ris4 assessment3 1uantitative ris4 assessment3 ris4 matri= and ris4 characteri7ation3 reporting and ris4 reduction2
Code 150562760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of :ccu ational (afet"

Prerequisites

#he course focuses on the safety management system3 accidents and their contri(uting factors3 accident costs3 ha7ard in 5or4place3 appraising safety performance3 accident investigation3 facility inspection3 house4eeping3 Co( safety analysis3 planning and designing of 5or4place3 safe guarding of machinery3 electrical safety3 fire safety3 safe 5or4ing procedures3 promoting safe 5or4 practice (ehavior3 general safety and control procedures3 and personal protective e1uipment2
Code 1505627600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of #iolo!ical *onitorin!

Prerequisites

'rincipal and o(Cectives of B2%3 Biotransformation and path5ay of environmental chemicals3 (iological analysis data and their interpretation 5ith environmental assessment data3 Evaluation of Biological mar4ers of e=posure chemicals 6Body (urden83 interrelation of air assessment 5ith (iological assessment3 Advances in B2%2 %eta(olism and B2%2 of some chemical3 Heavy metals3 Erganic solvents3 Iuality assurance in (iological monitoring3 $nterpretation and of role (iological mar4ers in occupational and environmental health3 and the use of (iological monitoring in management of health environmental e=posures2

Code 1505627609

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Control of :ccu ational Ha8ards and &ir Pollution Prerequisites

#he course provides a (rief listing of occupational ha7ards and main air pollutants as regards

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sources3 types and accepta(le limits3 principles of common control measures for occupational ha7ards3 control measures for specific occupational ha7ards3 e2 g3 gases and vapors3 particulate3 heat3 noise and vi(ration3 control measures for am(ient air pollutants3 different control technologies for each ha7ard3 and their advantages and disadvantages2
Code 1505627610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of )ndustrial 3entilation

Prerequisites

#he course focuses on principles of industrial ventilation3 types of ventilation systems and their design criteria3 types of hoods3 fans Getc3 capture velocity3 selection and maintenance of ventilation systems air cleaning devices3 methods of assessment and revaluation3 and design proCect for a ventilation system2
Code 1505627611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title &tmos heric (am lin! and &nal"sis of &ir Pollutants

Prerequisites

#he course focuses on purpose of atmospheric sampling3 source of atmospheric sampling3 1ualitative and 1uantitative analysis3 sampling procedures3 techni1ues of particulates sampling and analysis3 gaseous sampling and analysis3 analytical procedures3 recommended units for e=pressing air pollution data and relevant varia(les 6si7e of sample3 rate and duration of sampling3 collection limitations3 analytical limitation3 and competing of results8 pertaining to that method2
Code 1502/0/ Credit Hours 2 & Course Title lied statistics

Prerequisites

#his is a course to teach students from different specialties of pu(lic health ho5 to analy7e data and interpret the results2 By the end of the course the student should (e a(le to determine the type of analysis 6parametric or non parametric83 test the relation (et5een varia(les using comparison of means3 test the hypothesis3 test the relation (et5een varia(les3 using various measures of association2
Code 1502/11 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,ata #ase 1

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to computer3 $ntroduction to data(ase3 )ata(ase Environment3 #he 0elational %odel3 )ata(ase planning and design3 Entity 0elationship %odeling3 *ormali7ation3 )ata(ase )esign %ethodology3 Aor4ed E=amples2

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11- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring En2ironmental Chemistry and iology)

Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:


1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1506601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1506602, 1506603, 1506(1)601, 1506(1)602, 1506(1)603 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1506(1)610, 1506(1)611, 1506(1)612, 1506(1)613, 1506(1)614, 150705

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060"

Health !urvey and Field #raining

!%#" #$ ! S@) A

1 2 9

"

2 2

Environmental Evaluation and 1506601 %anagement #ools Total

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 1506602 Course Title 'rinciples of Aater and Aaste5ater #reatment 'rinciples of !olid and Ha7ardous Aaste %anagement
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

+E f J, T,

1506603

1506618601 'rinciples of $ndustrial &leaner

+E S T, &7E

2 2

2 2

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'roduction 1506618602 1506618603 Total

'rinciples of Aater and Aaste5ater Analysis 'rinciples of Environmental Biology

Ug%2! C: j$%9 T,
1 1 0 2 2 4 2 2 10

+E f; A T, P T,

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1506618610 1506618611 1506618612 Course Title !pecial !tudies in Environmental &hemistry and Biology
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

'rinciples of Environmental &hemistry Iuality Assurance and Iuality &ontrol in Environmental :a(oratories 'rinciples of Environmental $mpact Assessment 'rinciples of Ha7ardous Aaste %anagement

! 4 \ P T,

2 2 2

2 2 2

;,, !4 )5$ J H 8 !& Y2@) A T,

1506618613 150661861" 150,05

2 2 2

2 2 2

Ethics and :a5 for Health 'rofessionals

&7E +E S T,

D&+& 42 H% @QG\2 ?

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" ' #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Prerequisites

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Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health 15060% 2 &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150604 2 Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin! #his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental E$aluation and 1506601 2 *ana!ement Tools #he course introduces students to the various methods and tools of environmental management and evaluation3 providing them 5ith an introduction to environmental regulations3 environmental ris4 assessment 6E0A83 life cycle assessment 6:&A83 environmental impact assessment 6E$A83 design for environment3 etcG Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of ;ater and ;aste5ater 1506602 2 Treatment 'rinciples of 5ater treatment including coagulation3 sedimentation3 filtration3 disinfection and desalination2 'rinciples of 5aste5ater treatment including primary3 secondary and tertiary treatment2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Code

Credit Hours

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Code 150660%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of (olid and Ha8ardous ;aste *ana!ement Prerequisites

)efinition and sources of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 pu(lic health impacts of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 principles of solid and ha7ardous 5aste management including source reduction3 collection and transport3 composting3 recycling treatment and disposal2 Code 1506617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of )ndustrial Cleaner Production Prerequisites

Environmental impacts of industrial activities3 (asics of cleaner production concept including pollution prevention3 pollution reduction3 5aste treatment and disposal or reuse2 &ase studies from some industrial sectors2 Code 1506617602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of ;ater and ;aste5ater &nal"sis Prerequisites

)efinition3 environmental significance3 principle and method of determination of the important parameters involved in the characteri7ation of 5ater and 5aste5ater including solids3 BE)3 &E)3 oil and grease3 etc2 Code 150661760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of En$ironmental #iolo!"

Prerequisites

Ecological systems3 microorganisms of importance in the environment3 role of microorganisms in 5aste5ater solid 5aste management3 micro(iological standards2 Code 1506617610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ( ecial (tudies in En$ironmental Chemistr" and #iolo!" Prerequisites

#he course is composed mainly of seminars prepared (y students in environmental chemistry and (iology+related issues2 Code 1506617611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of En$ironmental Chemistr" Prerequisites

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&hemical e1uili(rium in the environment3 pertur(ation of the cycles due to environmental pollution3 effects of anthropogenic activities on the cycles of maCor and minor elements in the environment2

Code 1506617612

Credit Hours 2

Course Title @ualit" &ssurance and @ualit" Control in En$ironmental Aa+oratories Prerequisites

'urpose of 1uality assurance and 1uality control3 good la(oratory records 4eeping3 esta(lishing 1uality system for la(oratories3 use of standard operation procedures3 choice of analytical methods3 validation methods3 precision and accuracy monitoring3 statistical interpretation of data3 preparation of la(oratory 1uality assurance action plan2 Code 150661761% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of En$ironmental )m act &ssessment Prerequisites

)efinition and purposes of E$A3 steps of E$A3 re1uirements of an E$A system3 approaches to E$A3 E$A as an integrated approach to proCect appraisal3 methodology2 Code 1506617614 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of Ha8ardous ;aste *ana!ement Prerequisites

&lassification of ha7ardous materials and 5astes3 international sym(ols of ha7ardous materials and 5astes3 health and safety precautions in ha7ardous materials and 5astes manufacturing< handling< storage< transportation< use< treatment< and disposal3 role of health safety and environmental manager2
Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites Ethics and Aa5 for Health Professionals )efinitions of ethics3 la53 ris4 management and pu(lic health 5ill (e clarified2 %aCor ethical and legal conflicts in pu(lic health 5ill (e addressed2 `ustifying pu(lic health programs and policies 5ill (e discussed2 Human rights and pu(lic health 5ill (e e=plained2 #he course 5ill also tac4le understanding of the pu(lic health profession]s roles and professional values2

150/05

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11- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring En2ironmental Engineering)

Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:


1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1506601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1506602, 1506603, 1506(1)601, 1506(2)601, 1506(2)602 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1506(2)610, 1506(2)611, 1506(2)612, 1506(2)613, 1506(2)614, 1506(2)615, 150705

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601 150602 150603 15060"

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences Health !urvey and Field #raining

2 2 2 1 2 9 4 "

2 2 2 2 2 10

Environmental Evaluation and 1506601 %anagement #ools Total

!%#" #$ ! S@) A

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 1506602 Course Title 'rinciples of Aater and Aaste5ater #reatment
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

+E f J, T,
'rinciples of !olid and Ha7ardous Aaste %anagement

1506603

1506618601 'rinciples of $ndustrial &leaner 'roduction

+E S T, &7E

2 2

2 2

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1506628601

'rinciples of &hemistry Biology for Environmental Engineers 'rinciples of )esign of Aater and Aaste5ater Aor4s

Ug%2! C: j$%9 T, P T, B#:O f V ) '>A T, +E


1 2 2

1506628602 Total

1 0

2 4

2 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1506628610 1506628611 1506628612 1506628613 Course Title 'rinciples of Environment !ustaina(le )evelopment
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

,#$ :$ T,
&ity and /r(an 'lanning

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2

&c H# k7EA

'rinciples of !tream !anitation

[ J eS T,
'rinciples of Energy and the Environment 'rinciples of Housing and $nstitutional !anitation

Q7 T,

150662861"

H59 eS T, (
0evie5 of !pecial #opics in Environmental Engineering

1506628615

!4 E R8 7, #:O
Ethics and :a5 for Health 'rofessionals

150,05

D&+& 42 H% @QG\2 ?

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" ' #iostatistics !cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2

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Code 150602

Credit Hours 2

Course Title

Prerequisites Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health 15060% 2 &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin! Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental E$aluation and 1506601 2 *ana!ement Tools #he course introduces students to the various methods and tools of environmental management and evaluation3 providing them 5ith an introduction to environmental regulations3 environmental ris4 assessment 6E0A83 life cycle assessment 6:&A83 environmental impact assessment 6E$A83 design for environment3 etcG Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of ;ater and 1506602 2 ;aste5ater Treatment 'rinciples of 5ater treatment theory and technology including coagulation3 sedimentation3 filtration3 disinfection and desalination2 'rinciples of 5aste5ater treatment including primary3 secondary and tertiary treatment2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

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Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of (olid and Ha8ardous 150660% 2 ;aste *ana!ement )efinition and sources of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 pu(lic health impacts of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 principles of solid and ha7ardous 5aste management including source reduction3 collection and transport3 composting3 recycling treatment and disposal2 Code 1506617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of )ndustrial Cleaner Production Prerequisites

Code

Credit Hours

Environmental impacts of industrial activities3 (asics of cleaner production concept including pollution prevention3 pollution reduction3 5aste treatment and disposal or reuse2 &ase studies from some industrial sectors2 Code 1506627601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of Chemistr" and #iolo!" for En$ironmental En!ineers Prerequisites

#he course introduces students to the principles of measuring the common 5ater and 5aste5aters 1uality indicators and their environmental and pu(lic health significance2 Code 1506627602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of ,esi!n of ;ater and ;aste5ater ;or?s Prerequisites

'rincipal of design criteria of 5ater supply engineering3 ground 5ater engineering3 5ater treatment plant design3 advanced physico+chemical treatment systems3 5ater disinfection techni1ues3 5ater distri(ution3 5aste5ater collection3 treatment plant and disposal facility design3 advanced (iological treatment processes3 sludge treatment and disposal2 Code 1506627610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Princi les of En$ironment ' (ustaina+le ,e$elo ment #he course introduces students to the scope and definitions of environmental sustaina(ility3 the principals of environmental impacts and mitigation measures of $ndustry3 agriculture3 tourism recreation3 households3 pro(lems of environmental inCustices3 and ne5 issues2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites

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1506627611 2 Cit" and 1r+an Plannin! #he course covers the history of city planning3 legal foundations of planning3 constraints on city form3 principles of environmental design and laying out of city and ur(an areas3 ornamentation of city and ur(an areas3 etc2 Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites 1506627612 2 Princi les of (tream (anitation Basics and principals of stream sanitation in terms of sources of pollution3 survey3 methods of analysis3 monitoring3 mathematical analysis of stream self+purification capacity3 mathematics of BE)3 mathematics of o=ygen sag curve3 restoration of 5ater (odies2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of Ener!" and the 150662761% 2 En$ironment Basics and principals energy generation technologies and their environmental impacts3 using fossil and fissile fuels3 geothermic< photosynthetic< and other sources3 relationship of fuel cycles 5ith polluting emissions3 sources of environmental pollution and electrical po5er plants3 energy conservation and control management2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of Housin! and 1506627614 2 )nstitutional (anitation #he course covers the principals of environmental and sanitation standards of housing3 governmental and pu(lic institutions such as hospitals3 schools3 universities and hotels2 $t addresses 5ater supply3 sanitary 5aste disposal3 disposal of ha7ardous 5aste3 ventilation3 lighting3 etc2 Code 1506627615 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 2e$ie5 of ( ecial To ics in En$ironmental En!ineerin! Prerequisites Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

#he course comprises 5riting assignments3 essays and presenting seminars on the recent concepts and technologies relevant to environmental engineering2
Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites Ethics and Aa5 for Health Professionals )efinitions of ethics3 la53 ris4 management and pu(lic health 5ill (e clarified2 %aCor ethical and legal conflicts in pu(lic health 5ill (e addressed2 `ustifying pu(lic health programs and

150/05

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policies 5ill (e discussed2 Human rights and pu(lic health 5ill (e e=plained2 #he course 5ill also tac4le understanding of the pu(lic health profession]s roles and professional values2

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12- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring En2ironmental Health)

Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:


1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1506601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1506602, 1506603, 1506(1)603, 1506(3)601, 1506(3)602 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1506(3)610, 1506(3)611, 1506(3)612, 1506(3)613, 1506(3)614, 1506(3)615, 1506(3)616, 150705

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060"

Health !urvey and Field #raining

!%#" #$ !

1 2 9

"

2 2

Environmental Evaluation and 1506601 %anagement #ools

S@) A

Total

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 1506602 1506603 Course Title 'rinciples of Aater Aaste5ater #reatment
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

+E f J, T,
'rinciples of !olid %anagement Ha7ardous Aaste

2 2

2 2

+E S T,

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&7E
1506618603 1506638601 1506638602 Total 'rinciples of Environmental Biology

P T,
'rinciples of Environmental )iseases

1 2 2 9

2 2 2

1&,2 T,

'rinciples of Environmental #o=icology

) C T,

10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 1506638610 1506638611 Course Title Environmental Epidemiology
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

2 2

2 2

Environmental Health 'romotion

IIA
Environmental Health &onsiderations in )isaster %anagement

1506638612

S !4 $C 65

1506638613

;lo(al 'ro(lems and #heir $mpacts on Environmental Health

?C *Yl; L

150663861"

Environmental Health Aspects of $oni7ing and *on+ioni7ing 0adiation

C'9! 4 mP :& (3 : ( D4&, !4 0# 45, C& ! 4 \

1506638615

Environmental $nfection &ontrol in Health+&are Facilities

1506638616 150,05

!pecial !tudies in Environmental Health Ethics and :a5 for Health 'rofessionals

2 2

2 2

D&+& 42 H% @QG\2 ?

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" ' #iostatistics Prerequisites

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!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2 Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites 150602 2 Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehaviorial science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental E$aluation ' 1506601 2 *ana!ement Tools #he course introduces students to the various methods and tools of environmental management and evaluation3 providing them 5ith an introduction to environmental regulations3 environmental ris4 assessment 6E0A83 life cycle assessment 6:&A83 environmental impact assessment 6E$A83 design for environment3 etcG Code 1506602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of ;ater ' ;aste5ater Treatment Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

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'rinciples of 5ater treatment including coagulation3 sedimentation3 filtration3 disinfection and desalination2 'rinciples of 5aste5ater treatment including primary3 secondary and tertiary treatment2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of (olid ' Ha8ardous 150660% 2 ;aste *ana!ement )efinition and sources of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 pu(lic health impacts of solid and ha7ardous 5aste3 principles of solid and ha7ardous 5aste management including source reduction3 collection and transport3 composting3 recycling treatment and disposal2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150661760% 2 Princi les of En$ironmental #iolo!" Ecological systems3 microorganisms of importance in the environment3 role of microorganisms in 5aste5ater solid 5aste management3 micro(iological standards2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 15066%7601 2 Princi les of En$ironmental ,iseases 'rinciples of the interaction (et5een environmental factors and human health and the methods of assessing and evaluating this relationship< some of the maCor environmental diseases3 their causes3 detection methods3 and control and prevention measures2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of En$ironmental 15066%7602 2 To4icolo!" #ypes and occurrence of environmental to=ins3 e=posure routes3 meta(olism3 assessment of e=posure measurement techni1ues3 dose+effect dose+response3 effects of to=ins on man the environment3 e=amples of environmental to=ins3 etc2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 15066%7610 2 En$ironmental E idemiolo!" )efinition3 types of environmental epidemiological studies3 design and conduct of epidemiological studies3 sources of data in environmental epidemiology3 identification of physical3 chemical3 and (iological ha7ards3 e=posure assessment and (iomar4ers3 ris4 assessment and management3 case studies2 Code 15066%7611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title En$ironmental Health Promotion Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

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0elation (et5een man and his environment3 environmental legislation3 principles of health promotion and pu(lic participation applica(le in the field of environmental health3 communication methods suita(le for environmental health messages3 case studies2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental Health Considerations 15066%7612 2 in ,isaster *ana!ement #ypes of disasters3 disaster management cycles3 pre+disaster activities3 ante+disaster activities3 post+disaster activities3 technical aspects of disaster management3 natural disasters3 chemical accidents3 radiation emergencies3 role of health education and community participation2 Course Title Prerequisites =lo+al Pro+lems and Their )m acts 15066%761% 2 on En$ironmental Health )efinitions3 e=amples for glo(al pro(lems9 o7one depletion< climate change3 deforestation< desertification< 5ater shortage< loss of (iodiversity< coastal 7one threats< population over+ gro5th< impacts on environmental health3 emergence and spread of diseases< etc2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental Health &s ects of 15066%7614 2 )oni8in! and -on.ioni8in! 2adiation #ypes of radiation3 sources and uses3 characteristics of ioni7ing and non+ioni7ing radiation3 signs and symptoms of e=posure to ioni7ing and non+ioni7ing radiation3 protection3 prevention and control3 regulations2 Course Title Prerequisites En$ironmental )nfection Control in 15066%7615 2 Health.Care Facilities Environmental sanitation in health care facilities3 5ater supply3 5aste5ater3 solid 5aste3 ha7ardous 5aste3 ventilation3 temperature3 humidity3 lighting3 cleanliness3 laundry3 4itchen3 vector control3 nosocomial infections3 1uality control in hospitals2 Course Title Prerequisites ( ecial (tudies in En$ironmental 15066%7616 2 Health #he course comprises 5riting assignments3 essays and presenting seminars on the most recent topics in environmental health3 e2g2 emerging diseases3 air3 5ater3 soil food pollution3 various environmental ris4 factors health3 etc2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

Code

Credit Hours

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Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Prerequisites Ethics and Aa5 for Health Professionals )efinitions of ethics3 la53 ris4 management and pu(lic health 5ill (e clarified2 %aCor ethical and legal conflicts in pu(lic health 5ill (e addressed2 `ustifying pu(lic health programs and policies 5ill (e discussed2 Human rights and pu(lic health 5ill (e e=plained2 #he course 5ill also tac4le understanding of the pu(lic health profession]s roles and professional values2

150/05

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1!- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring 3utrition)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1507600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1507(1)601, 1507(1)602, 1507(1)603, 1507(1)604, 1507(1)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1507(1)606, 1507(1)607, 1507(1)608, 1507(1)609, 1507(2)609, 1507(3)704

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

!%#" #$ ! 'rinciples of *utrition T, 150,600 >=$


Total

15060"

Health !urvey and Field #raining

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150,618601 150,618602 150,618603 150,61860" 150,618605 Total Course Title *utritional Assessment %alnutrition 'ro(lems
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

[>=$@) $

1 2

2 2 2

>=$ n ; L,
*utrition 'rograms

>=$ K,&

2 1 2 0 4 2

%edical *utrition #herapy

2 2 10

!7 >=! jG
*utrition #hrough :ife !pan

&; , VG\ >=$

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150,618606 150,61860, 150,61860150,61860. Course Title Basics of %eal 'lanning
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

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0ecent #rends in *utrition

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2 2

2 2 2 2 2 2

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Basics of Food &ontrol Food &hemistry

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

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Code 15060%

Credit hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 150/600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of -utrition

Prerequisites

#he course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out the re1uired nutrients and their functions3 recommended inta4es3 and dietary sources to maintain normal gro5th and sustain life of individuals2 Also this course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out principles of food analysis and food hygiene (y giving 4no5ledge a(out the determination of macro and micronutrients of food components and safe handling of foods and their importance in preventing the occurrence of food (orne diseases2 Code 150/617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title -utritional &ssessment

Prerequisites

#he course aims at giving the student the scientific 4no5ledge and practical s4ills in the assessment of the nutritional status of individuals and groups2 !tudents 5ill gain an understanding of dietary3 (iochemical3 anthropometric and clinical determinants used in the assessment of the nutritional status2

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Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/617602 2 *alnutrition Pro+lems #he course deals 5ith malnutrition as a spectrum of health pro(lems including under nutrition at one end of the spectrum and over nutrition at the other end2 #he focus of the course is on the current maCor nutrition pro(lems in the developing countries2 #he student 5ill ac1uire 4no5ledge on the etiology and factors related to man as the host of the pro(lem including (iochemical and pathological lesions3 signs and symptoms3 the diet as its agent including nutrient deficiencies3 factors related to the environment 5hich encompasses (oth host and agent3 and the management3 prevention and control of these pro(lems at all levels2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/61760% 2 -utrition Pro!rams #he course presents the various programs applied in various situations to alleviate prevailing nutrition deficiency pro(lems2 #he students 5ill (e ac1uainted 5ith the components of nutrition programs3 selection of the most appropriate program for various nutritional3 social3 economic and health situations2 &riteria for the selection of the target group for every program 5ill (e discussed2 #he course covers the aspects of the organi7ation3 application of nutrition programs2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/617604 2 *edical -utrition Thera " #he course aims at giving theoretical 4no5ledge and practical s4ills in the nutrition management of diseases of (ody system organs and the art of constructing therapeutic diets2 #he course 5ill descri(e the nutrition care process from assessment to diagnosis and intervention2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/617605 2 -utrition Throu!h Aife ( an #he course aims at gaining 4no5ledge in the nutrition during the normal life cycle2 #he course 5ill revie5 maCor (iological issues of importance from the standpoint of human nutrition in pregnancy3 lactation3 infancy3 childhood3 adolescence3 adults3 and elderly2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 150/617606 2 #asics of *eal Plannin! #he course aims at giving the student the (asics of meal planning in order to (e a(le to construct diets used in the nutritional care of various nutritional pro(lems2 $t concentrates on giving 4no5ledge in nutritional needs of different population su(group3 food pyramids and ho5 to estimate nutritional re1uirements2

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Code 150/61760/

Credit Hours 2

Course Title 2ecent Trends in -utrition

Prerequisites

#he course aiming at gaining 4no5ledge of advanced topics in human research and are of pu(lic health importance2 Assigned readings and discussion of topics of current concern and (road interest in contemporary nutrition2 Code 150/617600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title -utritional 3alue of Foods

Prerequisites

#he course aiming at gaining 4no5ledge a(out the nutritive value of foods in fresh and processed state3 the relation of foods to human health and the effect of various methods of food processing on the nutritive value of foods2 Code 150/617609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,ietar" -eeds of ( ecial =rou s

Prerequisites

#he course aiming at giving the student 4no5ledge a(out the nutritional pro(lems3 dietary re1uirements3 nutritional assessment and nutritional care of individuals 5ith special needs2 Code 150/627609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of Food Control

Prerequisites

#his course provides information a(out proper food handling and proper 5ashing of hands2 $t also provides simple precautions that can help persons and their families from uninvited guests and that can help prevent food poisoning at home and 5hen eating out2 $t also gives information (out plastics 5raps3 food containers3 and micro5ave and free7er safety2

Code 150/6%7/04

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Food Chemistr"

Prerequisites

#his course highlights the importance of studying chemistry of food components and chemical reactions that ta4e place in the (iological system2 #his course covers different topics including9 5ater in (iological system3 proteins and amino acids3 car(ohydrates and sugars and volatile compounds2 &hemical reactions that ta4e place in the (iological systems include9 en7ymic and nonen7ymic reactions3 o=idation of food and flavour reactions2

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1"- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring 4ood Hygiene and Control)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1507600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1507(2)601, 1507(2)602, 1507(2)603, 1507(2)604, 1507(2)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1507(2)606, 1507(2)607, 1507(2)608, 1507(2)609, 1507(2)610

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150,600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining 'rinciples of *utrition

!%#" #$ ! >=$ T,

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150,628601 150,628602 150,628603 150,62860" 150,628605 Total %il4 Hygiene Course Title
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

H2
%eat Hygiene and $nspection

1 1 1 2 2 /

2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

O4
Food %icro(iology

=32 P&5,
Iuality %anagement !ystems

J S g%

Food Additives and &ontaminants

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10

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150,628606 150,62860, 150,62860150,62860. 150,628610 Course Title Food :a5s and 0egulations Food(orne Ha7ards
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

=32& LA B%Q

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

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Basics of Food &ontrol

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

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Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 150/600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of -utrition

Prerequisites

#he course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out the re1uired nutrients and their functions3 recommended inta4es3 and dietary sources to maintain normal gro5th and sustain life of individuals2 Also this course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out principles of food analysis and food hygiene (y giving 4no5ledge a(out the determination of macro and micronutrients of food components and safe handling of foods and their importance in preventing the occurrence of food (orne diseases2 Code 150/627601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title *il? H"!iene

Prerequisites

#his course aims to provide (asic (ac4ground 4no5ledge of mil4 1uality pro(lems3 and to give help and solutions to those committed to improving mil4 1uality2 #he 1uality parameters (elieved to (e significant are identified and their nature3 importance3 principles of measurement and ho5 and 5here mil4 is sampled and tested is discussed2 #he value of good 1uality mil4 and ho5 it can (e produced and maintained is emphasi7ed

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Code 150/627602

Credit Hours 2

Course Title *eat H"!iene and )ns ection

Prerequisites

#o provide an understanding of the integrated approach for producing safe meat including a(attoir hygiene and inspection3 'rinciples of infectious disease and aspects of meat+(orne disease3 control3 and the methods (y 5hich hygiene can (e assessed2 Code 150/62760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Food *icro+iolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to apply the principles of micro(iology to food systems2 #he course covers the ecological relationships (et5een microorganisms and foods3 in (oth negative 6spoilage8 and positive 6food fermentation8 conte=ts2 #he course is designed to provide the (ac4ground necessary to understand sources of micro(es in foods and factors affecting micro(ial gro5th2 $t 5ill also considers the principles of food preservation and the effect of processing changes on the micro(ial load3 as 5ell as Fermented Foods Code 150/627604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title @ualit" *ana!ement ("stems

Prerequisites

#his course e=plains the re1uirements of the international standard for 1uality management+ B! E* $!E .0013 to offer advice a(out achieving those re1uirements and to indicate 5hat the assessors 5ill loo4 for at assessment time2 Code 150/627605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Food &dditi$es and Contaminants

Prerequisites

#his course includes a definition and classification of food additives3 reasons for the use of food additives3 to=icological evaluation3 specifications and methods of analysis of certain food additives3 intentional and incidental food additives3 and the need to control the use of food additives2 Code 150/627606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Food Aa5s and 2e!ulations

Prerequisites

#his course aims to understand the role of food legislations3 and standards in supporting food control systems and enhancing food safety measures2 #he topics of this course include need for food control service3 planning a national food control service3 Egyptian and international food la5s3 and food control infrastructure2 Code 150/62760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title Food+orne Ha8ards

Prerequisites

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#his course defines a food(orne ha7ard3 (iological3 chemical3 and physical ha7ards that can cause illness or inCury 5hen consumed along 5ith the food2 $t also defines potentially ha7ardous foods and highlights special handling and storage re1uirements needed to deal 5ith these foods to prevent micro(ial gro5th as 5ell as the conditions needed for (acteria to multiply2 Code 150/627600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asics of Food Control

Prerequisites

#his course provides information a(out proper food handling and proper 5ashing of hands2 $t also provides simple precautions that can help persons and their families from uninvited guests and that can help prevent food poisoning at home and 5hen eating out2 $t also gives information a(out plastics 5raps3 food containers3 and micro5ave and free7er safety2 Code 150/627609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title =ood Caterin! Practices

Prerequisites

#his course presents a comprehensive approach and the recommended practices that should (e applied (y caterers to prioritise the steps to (e ta4en in food hygiene matters2 Code 150/627610 Credit Hours 2 Course Title (er$in! (afe Food

Prerequisites

#his course reinforces the 4ey principles of foodservice sanitation3 such as personal hygiene3 receiving and storage food3 safe food handling3 and cleaning and saniti7ing2

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1$- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring 4ood /nalysis)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1507600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1507(3)601, 1507(3)602, 1507(3)603, 1507(3)604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1507(3)605, 1507(3)606, 1507(3)607, 1507(3)608, 1507(3)609

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150,600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining 'rinciples of *utrition

!%#" #$ ! >=$ T,

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150,638601 150,638602 150,638603 150,63860" Total Course Title $ntroduction to Food Analysis
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

=32; A ?4 ,#@,
$ntroduction to Analytical &hemistry $ntroduction to &hromatography

2 1 2 1 6

2 2 2 2 0

3 2 3 2 10

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&hemical &ontaminants of Food

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150,638605 150,638606 150,63860, 150,63860150,63860. Course Title $ntroduction to !pectroscopy
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

?+7; $? 4 ,#@,
Flavors

2 2 2 2 2

2 3 2 3 2

O5: &7+ T,

'rinciples of %ycoto=ines $ntroduction to !ensory Evaluation

1 2 2

?@) $? 4 ,#@,

$ntroduction to Food Biotechnology

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

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Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 150/600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of -utrition

Prerequisites

#he course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out the re1uired nutrients and their functions3 recommended inta4es3 and dietary sources to maintain normal gro5th and sustain life of individuals2 Also this course aims at giving the student the 4no5ledge a(out principles of food analysis and food hygiene (y giving 4no5ledge a(out the determination of macro and micronutrients of food components and safe handling of foods and their importance in preventing the occurrence of food (orne diseases2 Code 150/6%7601 Credit Hours % Course Title )ntroduction to Food &nal"sis

Prerequisites

#his course highlights the different methods of determination of macronutrients including fat3 protein3 car(ohydrate3 ash3 moisture (y using suita(le methods< it also ena(les students to apply methods of 1uality and statistical assessment of collected data2

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Code 150/6%7602

Credit Hours 2

Course Title )ntroduction to &nal"tical Chemistr"

Prerequisites

#his course aims at giving 4no5ledge a(out analytical science 5hich deals 5ith volumetric3 colorimetric and voltameteric analysis2 $t also deals 5ith methods of acid+(ase e1uili(rium and Analytical instrumentation methods2 By the completion of the course the students 5ill (e a(le to prepare solutions 5ith defined normality and morality2 Code 150/6%760% Credit Hours % Course Title )ntroduction to Chromato!ra!h"

Prerequisites

#his course highlights the principles of chromatographic techni1ues and their applications3 it helps students to 4no5 types of chromatography and methods of their classifications2 Code 150/6%7604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Chemical Contaminants of Food

Prerequisites

#his course deals 5ith food safety2 $t highlights the different types and main groups of chemical contaminants of food including gro5th hormones3 agricultural chemicals3 natural su(stances and food additives2 Code 150/6%7605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to ( ectrosco "

Prerequisites

#his course aims at giving 4no5ledge a(out the (asic principles of spectroscopy3 properties of light3 ultraviolet3 visi(le3 fluresence and infrared spectroscopy2 $t also provides the students 5ith the principles of energy state of matter and energy level transition in spectroscopy2 Code 150/6%7606 Credit Hours % Course Title Fla$ors

Prerequisites

#his course aims at understanding the methods of flavour analysis3 sensory assessment of flavors3 taste and non specific porous sensations2 #his course gives outlines a(out different sources of flavors 6vegeta(le3 fruit and spice flavors3 lactic acid+ methanol fermentation flavors3Getc82 By the completion of this course the students 5ill (e a(le to understand the future directions of flavour chemistry and technology2

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Code 150/6%760/

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of *"coto4ines

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith the principles of mycoto=ins including9 types of mycoto=ins3 food contamination 5ith mycoto=ins3 methods of analysis of mycoto=ins in food3 identification and decontamination of mycoto=ins as 5ell as to=icity of mycoto=ins2 Code 150/6%7600 Credit Hours % Course Title )ntroduction to (ensor" E$aluation

Prerequisites

#his course focuses on the principles of sensory evaluation as a method to assess food 1uality2 #opics of this course include (asic theories for the assessment of odour3 colour3 taste and te=ture in relation to food 1uality2 Code 150/6%7609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to Food #iotechnolo!"

Prerequisites

#his course focuses on recent developments and applications of modern genetics as 5ell as en7yme3 cell3 tissue3 and organ+(ased (iological processes to produce and improve foods3 food ingredients3 and functional foods2 Ether areas of strong interest are fermentation to improve foods3 food ingredients3 functional foods3 and food 5aste remediation2 $n addition3 modern molecular and (iochemical approaches to improving food safety are also covered2

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1(- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Health Management5 Planning and Policy)
Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1508600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1508(1)601 1508(1)602, 1508(1)603, 1508(1)604, 1508(1)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1508(1)606, 1508(1)607, 1508(1)608, 1508(1)609, 1508(1)610, 1508(1)611

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

!%#" #$ ! Health &are system C& g% 150-600


Total

15060"

Health !urvey and Field #raining

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150-618601 150-618602 Course Title Fundamentals of Health 'lanning
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

? k7E$
$ntroduction to Health &are Iuality

2 2 2

2 2 2

C& J ,#@,

)imensions of Health %anagement and 9 150-618603 'olicy

&L

Fundamentals of Human 0esources S 150-61860" %anagement

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150-618605 Total

Basic 'rinciples of :eadership in Health

! 4 @2 T

2 10

2 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150-618606 Course Title Economics of Health and %edical &are
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

C& $Q 7

150-61860,

Financial %anagement of Health &are $nstitutions

C& ( 9 WEAS G5L ; ,#@, @& 9

150-61860-

$ntroduction to 'ro(lem !olving and )ecision %a4ing

150-61860.

:ocal Health Administration

150-618610

Advances in Health %anagement3 'lanning and 'olicy

9? 4 /# ? k7E$
Basic 'rinciples of Health 'rogram Evaluation

150-618611

K,@) &A

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

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$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 1500600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health Care ("stem

Prerequisites

#his course overvie5 the Egyptian health care system and its driving forces2 %aCor determinants of healthcare utili7ation 5ill (e e=plored including factors affecting health see4ing (ehavior2 &urrent and e=pected future health policies 5ill (e discussed in the conte=t of their effect on utili7ation of services Code 1500617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health Plannin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith the 4no5ledge and s4ills re1uired for successful planning for different health organi7ations and systems 5ith special emphasis on strategic planning2 $t covers areas related to development of Health !ervice Ergani7ation 6H!E8 missions3 o(Cectives3 programmes3 policies procedures2 )ifferentiates (et5een types of plans e2g2 strategic versus operational3 single use versus standing plansG22etc2 &ontemporary issues in planning e2g2 criticism of planning and ho5 to plan in a dynamic environment2

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Code 1500617602

Credit Hours 2

Course Title )ntroduction to Health Care @ualit"

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith the (asics concepts and issues related to 1uality health management2 $t introduces students to the philosophy of total 1uality management2 !tudents are introduced to the (asic s4ills needed for the development and use of indicators and thresholds as 5ell as the (asic tools and techni1ues re1uired for improving 1uality in health care organi7ation2 Code 150061760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,imensions of Health *ana!ement and Polic" Prerequisites

#his course identifies the state of health care system in Egypt and helps students to understand the role of different players in the arena of health care delivery2 $t helps graduates to recogni7e the different dimensions of accessi(ility and availa(ility of health care services2 $n addition3 ethical issues related to health care delivery 5ill (e discussed2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of Human 2esources 1500617604 2 *ana!ement #his course provides students 5ith an overvie5 of the human resources management in health care organi7ations2 $t focuses on the different staffing activities 2$t helps students in 5riting an accurate description of each Co(3 performing recruitment activities so that they can choose from a 5ell+1ualified pool of applicants and use intervie5ing3 testing and references to ensure hiring the (est availa(le personnel2 $t provides the students 5ith a fundamental understanding of performance appraisal2 $t also provides the s4ills to design3 implement3 and evaluate training programmes2 $n addition3 employee movement 5ithin the organi7ation through promotion and transfer3 demotion3 separation and discipline of employees 5ill (e studied2 Course Title Prerequisites #asic Princi les of Aeadershi in 1500617605 2 Health #his course demonstrates (asic principles re1uired for the development of effective leaders of health care organi7ations2 $t includes definitions3 sources of po5er and influence strategies3 role of leaders as change agents3 leadership theories3 emotional intelligence as 5ell as contemporary leadership approaches2 Code Credit Hours Code Credit Hours

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Course Title Prerequisites Economics of Health and *edical 1500617606 2 Care #his course provides students 5ith an overvie5 of the application of the economics theory and concepts in managing health and medical care services2 $t focuses on the macro+ economics and micro+economics concepts2 $t helps students in ac1uiring s4ills in applying concepts of micro+economics in health management 6particularly the marginal value3 fi=ed varia(le costs and elasticity of demand8 and develops s4ills in cost analysis 6cost (enefit cost effectiveness82 $t helps students to develop positive attitudes to5ards incentives 5hich influence optimum demand and 5hich avoid over utili7ation2 Course Title Prerequisites Financial *ana!ement of Health 150061760/ 2 Care )nstitutions #his course provides students 5ith an overvie5 of (asic concepts and s4ills re1uired for ade1uate financial decision ma4ing2 $t focuses on all important issues related to financial management2 $t helps students to e=plain and set (udgets and differentiate (et5een cost types3 cost containment and cost volume analysis2 Code 1500617600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to Pro+lem (ol$in! and ,ecision *a?in! Prerequisites Code Credit Hours

Code

Credit Hours

#he aim of this course is to introduce students to the (asic principles of pro(lem solving decision ma4ing in order to (e a(le to solve organi7ational health pro(lems (ased on o(Cective non+ (iased decisions2 #he s4ill of solving pro(lems is ac1uired through learning and applying the nine step systematic frame5or4 for pro(lem solving and decision ma4ing 5hich can (e implemented for solving pro(lems in health care organi7ations2 Code 1500617609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Aocal Health &dministration

Prerequisites

#his course provides graduates 5ith a fundamental understanding of the local health facilities responsi(le for the provision of health services to the pu(lic as 5ell as those facilities responsi(le for their administration2 $t helps graduates in determining the relation (et5een the local3 intermediate and central administrative levels in the %EH' and their impact on the functioning of local health services3 and determining the relation (et5een *;E]s and local health facilities2 $n addition the role of local council in relation to local

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health facilities 5ill (e studied2

Code 1500617610

Credit Hours 2

Course Title &d$ances in Health *ana!ement< Plannin! and Polic" Prerequisites

#his course focuses on developing s4ills re1uired (y students to (e a(le to 5rite and present a scientific revie5 paper on up+to+date topics of priority importance in health management3 planning and policy using internet3 li(rary and other valid sources2

Code 1500617611

Credit Hours 2

Course Title #asic Princi les of Health Pro!ram E$aluation Prerequisites

#his course introduces students to the (asic principles and methods of program evaluation in health care organi7ations2 $t focuses on fundamental understanding of different types of evaluation approaches using appropriate standards needed for effective program evaluation2

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1)- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Hospital /dministration)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1508600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1508(2)620, 1508(2)621, 1508(2)622, 1508(2)623, 1508(1)604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1508(2)725, 1508(2)726 , 1508(2)624, 1508(2)625 , 1508(2)626

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150-600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining

!%#" #$ ! Health &are !ystem C& g%

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

Fundamentals of Hospital 'lanning and 150-628620 Ergani7ation k7EA

+L$) g:A

Health $nformation and 'atient 0ecord 150-628621 %anagement ,

?c; &J S +L$

Iuality and /tili7ation %anagement in #E$9 J S 150-628622 Hospitals 150-628623 'rinciples of Accounting

2 2

2 2

T,

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Fundamentals of Human 0esources S 150-61860" %anagement

&L

2 10

2 10

Total

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code Course Title Iuality $mprovement #ools and #echni1ues in Hospitals
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150-628,25

J BA -&. +L$
'atient !afety and 0is4 %anagement

150-628,26 150-62862" 150-628625

&.E S? 8& ,G Hospital Economics $QS +L$


%anagement of Hospital )epartments

2 2 2

2 2 2

?+L$ Q S
Ethical and :egal $ssue in Hospitals

150-628626

%% @QG\2 c@ +L$
Basic 'rinciples of :eadership in Health

150-618605

!4 @2 T
$ntroduction to Health &are Iuality

150-618602

C& J ,#@,

Course Description
Code
150601

Credit Hours
2

Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code
150602

Credit Hours
2

Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

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$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health 15060% 2 &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2
Code 1500600 Credit Hours Course Title Health Care ("stem

Prerequisites

#his course overvie5 the Egyptian health care system and its driving forces2 %aCor determinants of healthcare utili7ation 5ill (e e=plored including factors affecting health see4ing (ehavior2 &urrent and e=pected future health policies 5ill (e discussed in the conte=t of their effect on utili7ation of services
Code 1500627620 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Hos ital Plannin! and :r!ani8ation

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to principles of hospital planning to (e a(le to participate effectively in planning for hospital services as 5ell as introducing students to classical and modern organi7ational concepts and their application in hospitals2
Code 1500627621 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health )nformation and Patient 2ecord *ana!ement Prerequisites

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#his course is designed to provide students 5ith a (road understanding of information systems and information management in various healthcare settings2 )esigning3 implementing3 and maintaining manual as 5ell as computeri7ed medical record systems 5ill (e covered2
Code 1500627622 Credit Hours 2 Course Title @ualit" and 1tili8ation *ana!ement in Hos itals Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith strong (ac4ground a(out steps of planning and implementation 1uality management in hospitals and different methods for assessment of inappropriate utili7ation of hospitals
Code 150062762% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of &ccountin!

Prerequisites

#his course introduces students to (asic principles and concepts of financial management2 $t covers the fundamental tools and techni1ues necessary for financial management in hospitals and ho5 to control hospital costs2
Code 1500617604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Human 2esources *ana!ement Prerequisites

#his course introduces students to the various activities of ac1uisition and retention of human resources in health service organi7ations2 #he course is also e=tended to cover human (ehaviour and conflict management in health care organi7ations
Code 1500627/25 Credit Hours 2 Course Title @ualit" )m ro$ement Tools and Techniques in Hos itals Prerequisites

#his course provide students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills necessary to (e a(le to use 1uality tools for performance improvement in hospitals2 &lasses of 1uality improvement tools 5ill (e covered and their uses in 1uality improvement proCects 5ill (e demonstrated2

Code
1500627/26

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Patient (afet" and 2is? *ana!ement

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill provide students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills necessary to (e a(le to participate in designing and implementing patient safety measures?programs in hospitals2

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Code 1500627624

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Hos ital Economics

Prerequisites

#his course covers principles of microeconomic and macroeconomic and different 5ays of economic health evaluations9 &ost+effectiveness analysis3 &ost+utility analysis and &ost+ (enefit analysis 5ith practical application for hospital2
Code 1500627625 Credit Hours 2 Course Title *ana!ement of Hos ital ,e artments

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills necessary to (e a(le to manage different hospital departments2 #he course illustrate the use of a frame5or4 for management of hospital department and apply the frame5or4 for management of clinical3 ancillary and administrative department2
Code 1500627626 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Ethical and Ae!al )ssue in Hos itals

Prerequisites

#his course introduces students to the legal system and applica(le health legislation2 #he course outline various important ethical issues related to health care management3 their implications and ho5 organi7ations respond to ethical pro(lems and improve ethical (ehaviour2 Course Title Prerequisites #asic Princi les of Aeadershi in 1500617605 2 Health #his course demonstrates (asic principles re1uired for the development of effective leaders of health care organi7ations2 $t includes definitions3 sources of po5er and influence strategies3 role of leaders as change agents3 leadership theories3 emotional intelligence as 5ell as contemporary leadership approaches2 Code 1500617602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to Health Care @ualit" Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith the (asics concepts and issues related to 1uality health management2 $t introduces students to the philosophy of total 1uality management2 !tudents are introduced to the (asic s4ills needed for the development and use of indicators and thresholds as 5ell as the (asic tools and techni1ues re1uired for improving 1uality in health care organi7ation2

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1*- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Health Education and eha2ioral .ciences)
Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1508(0)600. 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1508 (3) 601, 1508(3)602, 1508(3)603, 1508(3)604, 1508(3)605. 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1508(3)606, 1508(3)607, 1508(3)608, 1508(3)609, 1508(3)610, 1508(3)611.

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601 150602 150603 15060" 150-600 Total

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Fundamentals of Environmental Health

2 2 2 1 2 9 4 "

2 2 2 2 2 10

Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences Health !urvey and Field #raining

!%#" #$ ! Health &are !ystem C& g%

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150-638601 150-638602 Course Title Basics of Health Education and Health 'romotion
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

Health Behavior )eterminants and %odification

IIA ? U<@$ ?; ^ #A #,

2 2 2 2 1 9 2 " 4

2 2 2 2 2 10

'lanning and Evaluation of Health 150-638603 Education 'rograms 150-63860" 150-638605 Total

&ommunication in Health Education

? U<@$ K,@) &A k7EA ? U<@$? 4 VA

Field E=perience in Health Education

? U<@$? 4 ?" @#$

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150-638606 150-63860, 150-63860Course Title H$>? A$)! Education
Theoretical
2 2

Practical/ Clinical

Field

Credit Hours
2 2

Prerequisites

%edical Anthropology

1&, VJ, ?4 ? U<@$ ?C: N 7 P<&%2

Health Education in Eccupational !ettings &omprehensive !chool Health Education

? (4 ? U<@$ :O # & $ ,L ? ? U<@$

150-63860. 150-6386010 150-6386011

Environmental Health Education &ontemporaty $ssue in Health Education

?4 &C8 ? U<@$

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit hours 2 Course title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope and uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2 Code 150602 Credit hours 2 Course title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollutions2

Code

Credit hours

Course title

Prerequisites

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Fundamentals of Health &dministration and #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 15060% 2 Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 150604 2 Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin! #his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 1500600 2 Health Care ("stem #his course overvie5 the Egyptian health care system and its driving forces2 %aCor determinates of healthcare utili7ation 5ill (e e=plored including factors affecting health see4ing (ehavior2 &urrent and e=pected future health policies 5ill (e discussed in the conten=t of their effect on utili7ation of services2 Course title Prerequisites #asic of Health Education and Health 15006%7601 2 Promotion #his course provides students 5ith understanding of principles of health education and provides 4no5ledge a(out health education practice3 concept3 tools3 and application of health education in different settings2 #he course emphasi7es intersectoral colla(oration2 $t covers the rational moving form health education to health promotion and contri(ution of (ehavioral sciences to health promotion3 health promotion principles and practice2 Health promoters and their roles3 community health promotion programs3 models of health promotion3 conte=t of health promotion3 agents of the health promotion matri=2 Course title Prerequisites Health #eha$ior ,eterminants and 15006%7602 2 *odification #his course 5ill provide students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to the role of human (ehavior in promoting health as 5ell as the determinants of human (ehavior and different theories e=plaining human (ehavior2 $t 5ill provide students 5ith the foundation and s4ills to facilitate (ehavior change and conduct health education programs in the community3 (ehavior change theories3 evaluation of (ehavior change interventions2 Code 15006%760% Credit hours 2 Course title Plannin! and E$aluation of Health Prerequisites Code Credit hours Code Credit hours

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Education Pro!rams #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to planning3 implementation and evaluation of health education programs in general and at different levels3 individuals3 groups3 community and national programs2 Code 15006%7604 Credit hours 2 Course title Communication in Health Education

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill provide students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills of health communication3 health communication process3 methods and criteria of effective communication as 5ell as training of the learner in the s4ills of effective communication2 #he topic include development of effective health communication strategies3 (asic health communication literacy and the use of theory to design effective health education message2 Code 15006%7605 Credit hours 2 Course title Field E4 erience in Health Education

Prerequisites

#his course designed to provide students 5ith field training e=pediencies in health education practice that complement the studentBs interests and career goals2 Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 15006%7606 2 H)3/ &),( Education #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills for designing health education programs for prevention of A$)!2

Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 15006%760/ 2 *edical &nthro olo!" #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills necessary to apply medical anthropology research proCects in health education? health promotion interventions3 relation (et5een health and culture2 Course title Prerequisites Health Education in :ccu ational 15006%7600 2 (ettin!s #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills to design3 implement and evaluate health educational?health promotion strategies in the 5or4 place settings+safety culture and its components+0is4 reduction activities+ Evaluation of health education interventions in occupational settings2 Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 15006%7609 2 Com rehensi$e (chool Health Education #his course is designed to provide students 5ith o(Cectives3 components3 educational strategies for &!HE3 Audiovisual materials in &!HE3 'lanning programs of &!HE3 teaching 4no5ledge Code Credit hours

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attitudes and s4ills to school children3 evaluation of &!HE programs3 role of school for community health education2 Code Credit hours Course title Prerequisites 15006%7610 2 En$ironmental Health Education #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills of environmental health education interventions for environmental health3 environmental health education o(Cectives3 communication strategies3 community participation3 strategies for changing (ehavior for environmental health3 ris4 perception3 ris4 communication3 health education intervention for environmental health3 and ethics in environmental health programs2 Course title Prerequisites Contem orar" )ssues in Health 15006%7611 2 Education #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills to (e a(le to 5rite and present scientific revie5 paper on up+to+date topic in health education and (ehavioral sciences using li(rary3 internet and other sources2 Code Credit hours

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1-- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Maternal and Child Health)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1508(0)618 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1509(1)601, 1509(1)602, 1509(1)603, 1509(1)604, 1509(1)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1509(1)606, 1509(1)607, 1509(1)608, 1508(3)603, 1501609

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150.600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining 'rinciples of Family Health

!%#" #$ ! &2 T,

1 2 9

"

2 2

10

2- Compulsory courses: 14 credit hours


Code Course Title
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

'rinciples of ;enetics3 ;ro5th and 150.618601 )evelopment

7$ : Y

H , V+.`; L ,E %aternal Health 150.618603 2 Family 'lanning )g:A 150.61860" &2


150.618602 150.618605 %aternal and &hild Health !ervices

Health 'ro(lems of /nder+five &hildren

3 2 1 1 "

3 2 1 2

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;+7 2 ,#\
Total 9 4 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150.618606 Course Title Essential E(stetric &are
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

2 #$ C&
Essentials of 'ediatrics for *eonates and /nder F five &hildren

150.61860,

?<# V+.2" . ,E H ,

150.61860-

Emerging Health 'ro(lems in Early &hildhood

&, !4 #J$; L &5 +7 U<@$ K,@) &A k7EA ? !4 % <% #E$ /

150-638603 150160.

'lanning and Evaluation of Health Education 'rograms

2 1 2

2 2

/sing !econdary )ata in 0esearch

Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2 Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect

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6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health 15060% 2 &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites 1509600 2 Princi les of Famil" Health #his course is designed to provide the students 5ith the 4ey theoretical frame5or4s relevant to understanding the concept of family health and the maCor social3 cultural3 (iological and environmental factors influencing it2 !tudents 5ill (e a(le to understand types of families and stages of family evolution2 !tudent 5ill re1uire 4no5ledge on the services availa(le to all family mem(ers relevant to their ages2 Course Title Prerequisites Princi les of =enetics< =ro5th and 1509617601 2 ,e$elo ment #he course is meant to provide the students 5ith the scientific (asis needed to asses the gro5th and development of children and the genetic (asis for gro5th2 By the end of the course students 5ould (e a(le to recogni7e a(normal gro5th using different tools such as gro5th curves and gro5th charts and to understand the different modes of inheritance and genetic mutations2 Code 1509617602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health Pro+lems of 1nder.fi$e Prerequisites Code Credit Hours

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#his course provides the students 5ith the (asic 4no5ledge entailed to manage the maCor health pro(lems encountered (y under+five children in developing countries2 By the end of the course student 5ill (e a(le to develop the re1uired 4no5ledge and s4ills to manage the main /+5 health pro(lems at the primary health care level2

Code 150961760%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title *aternal Health

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to ac1uaint the students 5ith the (asic concepts of maternal health and the main maternal health pro(lems2 #he students 5ill (e a(le to recogni7e the factors underlying these pro(lems and the availa(le techni1ues for management of these pro(lems at the primary health care level2

Code 1509617604

Credit Hours 1

Course Title Famil" Plannin!

Prerequisites

#he course 5ill provide fundamental understanding of the concept and status of fertility and factors affecting it3 glo(ally and in Egypt2 !tudents 5ill also (e familiar 5ith the different contraceptive methods and family planning programs implemented in Egypt and their impact2 Finally they 5ill ac1uire the (ac4ground information re1uired to provide 1uality family planning services at primary level2

Code 1509617605

Credit Hours 2

Course Title *aternal and Child Health (er$ices

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to ac1uaint the students 5ith the current maternal and child health services provided at the primary level of care2 !tudents 5ill gain the re1uired 4no5ledge on the (asic principles and main activates of maternal and child health services in the ne5 conte=t of health care system 6family health units82 !tudents 5ill (e a(le recogni7e the services provided (y %&H for disease prevention and health promotion2

Code 1509617606

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Essential :+stetric Care

Prerequisites

#his course 5ill provide the students 5ith the (asic o(stetric care 4no5ledge re1uired at the primary level including the ante+natal3 natal3 and post natal care2 !tudents 5ould (e a(le to recogni7e the danger signs of pregnancy3 la(or and puerperium and the signs of timely

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referral of the patients to the appropriate referral level2

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Code 150961760/

Credit Hours %

Course Title Essentials of Pediatrics for -eonates and 1nder. fi$e Children Prerequisites

#his course is designed to ac1uaint the learners 5ith the (asic 4no5ledge and clinical s4ills re1uired for diagnosis3 management3 and follo5 up of common neonatal and under+five pro(lems encountered at the primary health care facility emphasi7ing on signs of timely referral of needed cases2

Code 1509617600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Emer!in! Health Pro+lems in Earl" Childhood Prerequisites

#his course gives the students an overvie5 of a group of mor(idities 5hich result from changes in lifestyle and technology such as micronutrient deficiencies3 o(esity3 street children3 asthma3 epilepsy resulting from photosensitivity etc2 #he students 5ill learn ho5 to assess the health status of children on an individual and community level2 #hey 5ill also (e a(le to identify3 analy7e3 prevent and manage those conditions2 En a higher level3 they 5ill (e a(le to develop a preventive program targeting some of those mor(idities and specially adapted to the condition of the developing countries2

Course Title Prerequisites Plannin! and E$aluation of Health 15006%760% 2 Education Pro!rams #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to planning3 implementation and evaluation of health education programs in general and at different levels3 individuals3 groups3 community and national programs2

Code

Credit Hours

Code 150160 9

Credit Hours 2

Course Title 1sin! (econdar" ,ata in 2esearch Prerequisites

#he 5ealth of secondary data3 )esigning secondary analysis3 Accessing and handling survey data3 Analy7ing survey data3 0eporting and interpretation2

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21- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring /dolescent and .chool Health)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1509601 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1509(2)601, 1509(2)602, 1509(2)603, 1509(2)604, 1509(1)601 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1509(2)605, 1509(2)606, 1509(2)607, 1509(2)608, 1509(2)609, 1502602, 1502605, 1502608, 1502609, 1508(1)608, 1508(1)611, 1508(1)601, 1508(3)603, 1509(3)604

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601 150602 150603 15060" 150.601 Total

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Fundamentals of Environmental Health

2 2 2 1 2 9 4 "

2 2 2 2 2 10

Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences Health !urvey and Field #raining 'rinciples of Family Health

!%#" #$ ! &2 T,

2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

'rinciples of ;enetics and ;ro5th and 150.618601 )evelopment 150.628601 150.628602 150.628603 Healthful !chool Environment and !chool Health Education Essentials of &linical 'ediatrics

7A : Y

2 2 1 2 2

2 2 2 2

U<@$ # !# !

Essential Health 'ro(lems among Adolescents and bouth

!5:9 V+.2" . B 2; L oL B &*@

150.62860"

&are of !chool &hildren and Adolescents 5ith !pecial *eeds

B &*@p# V+. C E P$[ W

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Total

10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150.628605 150.628606 150.62860, Course Title Adolescent and 0eproductive Health /niversity Health !ervices
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

J%9 D* & ,J ,#\

2 2 2

2 2 2

#he 'ro(lem of !mo4ing and Ho5 to Iuit

FGQ9 + B\#$ 5L,

150.62860-

Basic Field #raining in Adolescents and !chool Health 'ro(lems 0is4 #a4ing Behavior among Adolescents and bouth

! 4 !" @! #A D* &#
2

"

150.62860.

1502602 1502605 150260150260.

B& &*@7E^ oL !ampling #echni1ues -&. :


*on 'arametric Analysis

2 1 1 1

2 2 2 2

3 2 2 2

,G 9 -&7
!tatistical Application /sing E=cel !oft5are

K,%& 9@ 7$ ;
!tatistics and !tudy )esign

# F% 9

150-61860-

$ntroduction to 'ro(lem !olving and )ecision %a4ing

WEA G5L ; ,#@, @&


Basic 'rinciples of Health 'rogram Evaluation

150-618611 150-618601 150-638603

K,@) &A
Fundamentals of Health 'lanning

2 2 2

2 2 2

! k7E$
'lanning and Evaluation of Health Education 'rograms

150.63860"

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Prerequisites

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Princi les of =enetics and =ro5th and ,e$elo ment #he course is meant to provide the students 5ith scientific (asis needed to asses the gro5th and development of children and genetic (asis for gro5th2 By the end of the course students 5ould (e a(le to recogni7e a(normal gro5th curves and gro5th charts and to understand the different modes of inheritance and genetic mutations2 1509617601 2 Code 1509627601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Healthful (chool En$ironment and (chool Health Education #his course 5ill highlight the components of physical environment2 Factors affecting the social and emotional environment in the classroom2 #ools used for evaluation of the school environment2 0ole of the school doctors in esta(lishing a healthy environment2 E(Cectives of school health education programs2 !chool personnel responsi(le for implementing the programs2 %ethods of communication2 &omponents of health education programs needed for each level of education2 #raining programs performed on different aspects of health education2 Code 1509627602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Essentials of Clinical Pediatrics

Prerequisites

By the end of this course students 5ill (e a(le to identify the health norms of the school+age children2 #a4ing a complete history2 'hysical e=amination of the child2 )ifferential diagnosis of some general pro(lems among school age children2 &onfirmatory investigations2 'rinciples of management of some chronic diseases Code 150962760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Essential Health Pro+lems amon! &dolescents and Couth Prerequisites

#his course 5ill provide the students needed 4no5ledge and s4ills concerning the general characteristics of adolescents and youth2 %or(idities and mortalities among youth2 Essential health pro(lems among youth and adolescents2 Behaviors that contri(ute to unintentional inCuries3 violence2 #o(acco3 alcohol and other drug use3 dietary (ehaviors and physical activity among youth and adolescents2

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Code 1509627604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Care of (chool Children and &dolescents 5ith ( ecial -eeds Prerequisites

By the end of this course students 5ill (e a(le to identify definition of handicapped children2 Epidemiology of handicapping condition2 Etiology and determinants of handicap2 Assessment of handicapping condition2 $mpact of the handicapping condition2 'reventive measures and the role of the physician in prevention2 Availa(le services of this group in Egypt2 >isits to some institutions2 Code 1509627605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title &dolescent and 2e roducti$e Health

Prerequisites

)efinition and general characteristics of adolescents2 !tages of adolescent period2 *utritional needs of adolescents2 #he influence of social environment on adolescent health2 Adolescent health related (ehavior2 )efinition of reproductive health2 #ypes of reproductive health programs or adolescents2 Code 1509627606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 1ni$ersit" Health (er$ices

Prerequisites

#he concept and components of university health program3 the different health pro(lems facing students and personnel in the university2 #he university environment2 Health care for university students and staff2 Code 150962760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title The Pro+lem of (mo?in! and Ho5 to @uit Prerequisites

#he concept of health2 0is4s of smo4ing and (enefits of 1uitting2 #riggers for smo4ing2 !tyles of responses to difficult situations2 Areas and domains of smo4ing prevention2 Code 1509627600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #asic Field Trainin! in &dolescents and (chool Health Pro+lems Prerequisites

Field training in different school health units3 school health centers and !tudents hospital to identify the school health services offered for the management of the different health pro(lems of adolescent and school children2 Code 1509627609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title 2is? Ta?in! #eha$ior amon! Prerequisites

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&dolescents and Couth &haracteristics and developmental features of adolescents2 Health profile of youth )ifferent ris4 ta4ing (ehavioral pro(lems among adolescents as smo4ing3 drug addiction3 A$)!3 accidents3 nutritional pro(lemsG22etc2 $ntervention programs for prevention and control of such pro(lems2 Code 1502602 Credit Hours % Course Title (am lin! Techniques

Prerequisites

#he concept of sampling3 sampling distri(utions3 parameters and statistics3 central limit theorem3 types of samples and sampling error3 comple= samples3 the normal distri(ution and estimation of a population parameter from a sample3 determination of the minimum re1uired sample si7e2 Code 1502605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title -on Parametric (tatistics

Prerequisites

'arametric vs2 non parametric statistics3 Hypothesis testing3 ;oodness of fit3 &onfidence interval3 @+! techni1ue3 Ailco=on ran4 sum test3 %ann 5hitney test3 Ailco=on mached pair3 !igned ran4 test3 @rus4al+Aallis test3 Friedman test3 *on parametric measures of correlation 6!pearman and @endallBs ran4 correlations83 *on+parametric regression2 Code 1502600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title (tatistical & lication 1sin! E4cel (oft5are Prerequisites

$ntroduction to computers3 E=cel Basics and data(ase tools3 Additional data entry techni1ues using functions3 %oving?copying data formatting3 !preadsheet design printing3 !tatistical analysis of the data3 &harting )ata 5ith ;raphs2 Code 1502609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title (tatistics and (tud" ,esi!n

Prerequisites

#he different types of study designs and the appropriate statistical analyses used for each2

Code 1500617601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health Plannin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith the 4no5ledge and s4ills re1uired for successful planning for different health organi7ations and systems 5ith special emphasis on strategic planning2 $t covers areas related to development of Health !ervice Ergani7ation 6H!E8 missions3 o(Cectives3 programmes3 policies procedures2 )ifferentiates (et5een types of plans e2g2 strategic versus operational3 single use

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versus standing plansG22etc2 &ontemporary issues in planning e2g2 criticism of planning and ho5 to plan in a dynamic environment2

Code 1500617600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title )ntroduction to Pro+lem (ol$in! and ,ecision *a?in! Prerequisites

#he aim of this course is to introduce students to the (asic principles of pro(lem solving decision ma4ing in order to (e a(le to solve organi7ational health pro(lems (ased on o(Cective non+ (iased decisions2 #he s4ill of solving pro(lems is ac1uired through learning and applying the nine step systematic frame5or4 for pro(lem solving and decision ma4ing 5hich can (e implemented for solving pro(lems in health care organi7ations2

Code 1500617611

Credit Hours 2

Course Title #asic Princi les of Health Pro!ram E$aluation Prerequisites

#his course introduces students to the (asic principles and methods of program evaluation in health care organi7ations2 $t focuses on fundamental understanding of different types of evaluation approaches using appropriate standards needed for effective program evaluation2

Code 15006%760%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Plannin! and E$aluation of Health Education Pro!rams

Prerequisites

#his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to planning3 implementation and evaluation of health education programs in general and at different levels3 individuals3 groups3 community and national programs2

Code 15096%7604

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Essentials of Child and &dolescent *ental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to classifications of mental neurological disorders in children and adolescents2 $ntroduction to common mental3 neurological3 psychosocial3 and developmental pro(lems in children and adolescents2

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21-Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Mental Health)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1509600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1509(3)601, 1509(3)602, 1509(3)603, 1509(3)604, 1509(3)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1509(3)606, 1509(3)607, 1509(3)608, 1509(3)609, 1509(3)610, 1509(3)611, 1509(3)612, 1509(1)601, 1509(2)609, 1509(2)604, 1509(4)601, 1509(4)604, 1508(1)611, 1508(1)608, 1508(3)601, 1508(3)603, 150705

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

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2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150.638601 150.638602 150.638603 Course Title Fundamentals of %ental Health
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

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$ntroduction to %edical 'sychology $ntroduction to 'sychiatry

1 3 1 2

1 % 2

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B
Total 9 2 10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150.638606 150.63860, Course Title Essentials of Behavior %odification Essentials of &ounseling in %ental Health Basic Field #raining in %ental Health 'ro(lems Basics of 'revention su(stance a(use
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Basics of 0eproductive %ental Health Basics of %ental Health &are in &hronic )iseases

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2 2 2 2 2 2

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Basics of %ental Health !ervices 'rinciples of ;enetics3 ;ro5th and )evelopment

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0is4 #a4ing Behavior among Adolescents and bouth

150.62860" 150.6"8601 150.6"860" 150-618611 150-61860-

&are of !chool &hildren and Adolescents 5ith !pecial *eeds Essentials of ;eriatric Health Health 0elated Behavior and Iuality of :ife

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Basic 'rinciples of Health 'rogram Evaluation

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$ntroduction to 'ro(lem !olving and )ecision %a4ing Basics of Health Education and Health 'romotion

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150,05

Ethics and :a5 for Health 'rofessionals

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" ' #iostatistics !cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health $ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2 Code 15060% Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences #his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2

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Code 1509600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of Famil" Health

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to provide the students 5ith the 4ey theoretical frame5or4s relevant to understanding the concept of family health and the maCor social3 cultural3 (iological and environmental factors influencing it2 !tudents 5ill (e a(le to understand types of families and stages of family evolution2 !tudent 5ill re1uire 4no5ledge on the services availa(le to all family mem(ers relevant to their ages2 Code 15096%7601 Credit Hours 1 Course Title Fundamentals of *ental Health

Prerequisites

%ental health concepts and pu(lic health importance3 neuroscience of mental health3 classification and manifestations3 the Bio+psychosocial %odel3 models of mental health care3 principles and ingredients of mental health care3 integrating mental health care into general health services2 Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites 15096%7602 % )ntroduction to *edical Ps"cholo!" $ntroduction to personality development and different personality theories3 defense mechanisms3 emotional development3 cognitive development3 development of language3 aggression and moral development2 $ntroduction to psychological testing3 purposes?principles of psychological testing3 intelligence tests3 personality tests3 neuropsychological tests3 and psychiatric rating scales2 Code 15096%760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title )ntroduction to Ps"chiatr"

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to psychiatric e=amination3 diagnostic criteria of common psychiatric disorders including schi7ophrenia3 mood disorders3 an=iety disorders3 dementia3 and management of common psychiatric disorders in primary care setting2 Code 15096%7604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Essentials of Child and &dolescent *ental Health $ntroduction to classifications of mental neurological disorders in children and adolescents2 $ntroduction to common mental3 neurological3 psychosocial3 and developmental

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pro(lems in children and adolescents2 Course Title Prerequisites Essentials of &dult and Elderl" 15096%7605 2 *ental Health $ntroduction to classifications of mental neurological disorders in adults and elderly2 $ntroduction to common mental neurological disorders in adults and elderly2 Code Credit Hours Course Title Code Credit Hours

Prerequisites 15096%7606 2 Essentials of #eha$ior *odification $ntroduction to Human health and (ehavior3 (asic principles of (ehavior modification3 (asic (ehavior modification techni1ues2 Code 15096%760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Essentials of Counselin! in *ental Health $ntroduction to main counseling s4ills in mental health3 individual counseling3 group therapy3 and cognitive and (ehavioral approaches in counseling2 Code 15096%7600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites #asic Field Trainin! in *ental Health Pro+lems #o ac1uire (asic 4no5ledge and clinical s4ills regarding the presenting symptoms and the clinical picture of the most common neuro+psychiatric disorders encountered in our culture and thus the post+graduate student finds the lin4 (et5een his pre+clinical and clinical studies2
Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites #asics of Pre$ention ' Control of (u+stance &+use )efinitions classification of dependence producing su(stances3 magnitude of the pro(lem3 etiology and ris4 factors of the pro(lem3 protective factors3 3 impact of the pro(lem on individual3 family and community prevention and control of su(stance a(use2

15096%7609

Code

Credit Hours

Course Title

Prerequisites

15096%7610

#asics of 2e roducti$e *ental

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Health )efinitions3 common mental and psychosocial pro(lems of 5omen in their age3 etiology3 main preconception mental health pro(lems3 common pregnancy pro(lems3 common post partum pro(lems3 pregnancy loss3 infertility3 menopause pro(lems2
Code Credit Hours Course Title

Prerequisites #asics of *ental Health Care in Chronic ,iseases $ntroduction to principles of mental health care of patients3 sic4 role and health3 etiology related to chronic physical illness3 improving patient]s understanding3 recall3 satisfaction and compliance3 psychosocial aspects and intervention2

15096%7611

Code 15096%7612

Credit Hours 2

Course Title #asics of *ental Health (er$ices

Prerequisites

$ntroduction to description and analysis of mental health services around the 5orld3 current status of service organi7ation nationally and internationally3 guidance for organi7ing mental health services2 Code 1509617601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Princi les of =enetics< =ro5th and ,e$elo ment #he course is meant to provide the students 5ith the scientific (asis needed to assess the gro5th and development of children and the genetic (asis for gro5th2 By the end of the course students 5ould (e a(le to recogni7e a(normal gro5th using different tools such as gro5th curves and gro5th charts and to understand the different modes of inheritance and genetic mutations2 Code 1509627609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites 2is? Ta?in! #eha$ior amon! &dolescents and Couth &haracteristics and developmental features of adolescents2 Health profile of youth )ifferent ris4 ta4ing (ehavioral pro(lems among adolescents as smo4ing3 drug addiction3 A$)!3 accidents3 nutritional pro(lemsG22etc2 $ntervention programs for prevention and control of such pro(lems2 Code 1509627604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Care of (chool Children and &dolescents 5ith ( ecial -eeds Prerequisites

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By the end of this course students 5ill (e a(le to identify definition of handicapped children2 Epidemiology of handicapping condition2 Etiology and determinants of handicap2 Assessment of handicapping condition2 $mpact of the handicapping condition2 'reventive measures and the role of the physician in prevention2 Availa(le services of this group in Egypt2 >isits to some institutions2 Code 1509647601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Essentials of =eriatric Health

Prerequisites

)efinitions+factors affecting aging+theories of aging+(iology of aging+anatomical and physiological aging changes2 Code 1509647604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites Health 2elated #eha$iour and @ualit" of Aife !uccessful aging+health related (ehaviour+life style modifications+1uality of life determinants and indicators Code 1500617611 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites #asic Princi les of Health Pro!ram E$aluation #his course introduces students to the (asic principles and methods of program evaluation in health care organi7ations2 $t focuses on fundamental understanding of different types of evaluation approaches using appropriate standards needed for effective program evaluation2 Code 1500617600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title

Prerequisites )ntroduction to Pro+lem (ol$in! and ,ecision *a?in! #he aim of this course is to introduce students to the (asic principles of pro(lem solving decision ma4ing in order to (e a(le to solve organi7ational health pro(lems (ased on o(Cective non+ (iased decisions2 #he s4ill of solving pro(lems is ac1uired through learning and applying the nine step systematic frame5or4 for pro(lem solving and decision ma4ing 5hich can (e implemented for solving pro(lems in health care organi7ations2

Code 15006%7601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title

Prerequisites #asics of Health Education and Health Promotion #his course provides students 5ith understanding of principles of health education and provides 4no5ledge a(out health education practice3 concept3 tools3 and application of

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health education in different settings2 #he course emphasi7es intersectoral colla(oration2 $t covers the rational moving from health education to health promotion and contri(ution of (ehavioral sciences to health promotion3 health promotion principles and practice2 Health promoters and their roles3 community health promotion programs3 models of health promotion3 conte=t of health promotion3 agents of the health promotion matri=2 Course Title Prerequisites Plannin! and E$aluation of Health 15006%760% 2 Education Pro!rams #his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to planning3 implementation and evaluation of health education programs in general and at different levels3 individuals3 groups3 community and national programs2
Code Credit Hours Course Title

Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisites Ethics and Aa5 for Health Professionals )efinitions of ethics3 la53 ris4 management and pu(lic health 5ill (e clarified2 %aCor ethical and legal conflicts in pu(lic health 5ill (e addressed2 `ustifying pu(lic health programs and policies 5ill (e discussed2 Human rights and pu(lic health 5ill (e e=plained2 #he course 5ill also tac4le understanding of the pu(lic health profession]s roles and professional values2

150/05

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22- Diploma in Public Health (Majoring 6eriatric Health)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1509600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1509(4)601, 1509(4)602, 1509(4)603, 1509(4)604, 1509(4)605 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1509(3)606, 1509(3)607, 1509(3)608, 15092609, 1509(3)605

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150.600 Total

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2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours


Code 150.6"8601 150.6"8602 150.6"8603 150.6"860" 150.6"8605 Course Title Essentials of ;eriatric Health
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

'hysical 'ro(lems of the Elderly

B:

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'rinciples of %edicine for the Elderly Health 0elated Behavior and Iuality of :ife !pecial $ssues for the Eld

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Total

10

3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


Code 150.6"8606 Course Title Aomen $ssues in :ater bears
Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

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)emography of Aging and &are in the &ommunity

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*utrition of the Elderly

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!tatistics and study design

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Essentials of adult and elderly mental health

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title
Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics

Prerequisites

!cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

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Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2
Code 1509600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of Famil" Health

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to provide the students 5ith the 4ey theoretical frame5or4s relevant to understanding the concept of family health and the maCor social3 cultural3 (iological and environmental factors influencing it2 !tudents 5ill (e a(le to understand types of families and stages of family evolution2 !tudent 5ill re1uire 4no5ledge on the services availa(le to all family mem(ers relevant to their ages2

Code 1509647601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Essentials of =eriatric Health

Prerequisites

)efinitions+factors affecting aging+theories of aging+(iology of aging+anatomical and physiological aging changes2 Code 1509647602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Ph"sical Pro+lems of the Elderl"

Prerequisites

&ommon physical pro(lems of the elders and their characteristics in the elderly2

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Code 150964760%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of *edicine for the Elderl" Prerequisites

Aging differences in clinical vital signs and modified forms of some disease presentation2 'roper history ta4ing and pathological characteristics2 &ardiovascular diseases3 cere(rovascular3 gastrointestinal3 central nervous system3 locomotor3 respiratory3 meta(olic3 special senses3 and neoplastic pro(lems3 their diagnosis and management2 Code 1509647604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health 2elated #eha$iour and @ualit" of Aife Prerequisites

!uccessful aging+health related (ehaviour+life style modifications+1uality of life determinants and indicators Code 1509647605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ( ecial )ssues for the :ld

Prerequisites

Aging (rain+ social aspects of aging+ comprehensive geriatric assessment+ some ethical dilemmas in the care of the old Code 1509647606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title ;omen )ssues in Aater Cears

Prerequisites

'hysical and psychological changes 5ith advancing age3 their impact on the 1uality of life3 and methods of intervention2 %ost common health pro(lems< o(esity3 cancer (reast3 gynaecological dysfunction3 violence3 osteoporosis and urinary incontinence2 Code 150964760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title ,emo!ra h" of &!in! and Care in the Communit" Prerequisites

#rends of changes of life e=pectancy in developing and developed countries+mor(idity and mortality changes+e=pectations for the coming years in developing countries+community services in developed countries+analysis of the situation of community services in developing countries2

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Code 1509647600

Credit Hours 2

Course Title -utrition of the Elderl"

Prerequisites

%alnutrition pro(lems+dietary needs and changes+nutritional assessment Factors affecting nutritional status of the elders2 *utritional assessment2 0elation (et5een some nutrients and specific diseases2 'roper diet for the elderly 5ith nutritional education of vitamins and minerals supplements2 )iet as important tool in improving IE:2 Code 1502609 Credit Hours 2 Course Title (tatistics and (tud" ,esi!n

Prerequisites

#he different types of study designs 6&ross+sectional3 case+control3 cohort and clinical trials8 and the appropriate statistical analyses used for each2 Code 15096%7605 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Essentials of &dult and Elderl" *ental Health Prerequisites

$ntroduction to classifications of mental neurological disorders in adults and elderly2 $ntroduction to common mental neurological disorders in adults and elderly2

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2!-Diploma in Public Health (Majoring Public Health 3ursing)


Students should fulfill a total of 26 credit hours:
1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours. 150601, 150602, 150603, 150604, 1509600 2- Compulsory courses: 10 credit hours. 1509(5)601, 1509(5)602, 1509(5)603, 1509(5)604, 1509(1)601, 1509(1)604 3- Elective courses: 6 credit hours. 1509(5)605, 1509(5)606, 1509(5)607, 1509(5)608, 1509(2)607, 1506(3)615, 1509(3)606, 1508(3)603

1- Basic requirements: 10 credit hours


Code Course Title Theoretical ractical! Clinical "ield Credit #ours rerequisites

150601

Fundamentals of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


Fundamentals of Environmental Health

150602


Fundamentals of Health Administration Behavioral !ciences

150603

15060" 150.600 Total

Health !urvey and Field #raining 'rinciples of Family Health

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Code Course Title Theoretical Practical/ Clinical Field Credit Hours Prerequisites

Fields of 'ractice of the &ommunity 150.658601 Health *ursing2 150.658602 150.658603 150.65860" %ethods of 'u(lic Health *ursing

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3- Elective Courses: 6 credit hours


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&ommunity Health *ursing Field #raining

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Course Description
Code 150601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Prerequisites Fundamentals of E idemiolo!" and #iostatistics !cope uses of epidemiology2 *atural history of the diseases3 re1uisites for perpetuation of infectious diseases3 magnitude and ris4 factors of non communica(le diseases2 Basic (iostatistics concepts3 Basic principle of epidemiologic methods2 'resentation of data and descriptive analysis of ungrouped data2 Code 150602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fundamentals of En$ironmental Health Prerequisites

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$ntroduction to environment and environmental health3 5ater sources3 5ater uses and classification3 5ater pollution3 point and non+point sources of pollution3 types of pollutants3 their source and effect3 air pollution3 types of air pollutants3 their source and effect 6including climate change3 o7one depletion3 acid rain3 etc83 soil pollution3 types of soil pollutants3 their source and effect3 control measures for different types of pollution2

Code 15060%

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Fundamentals of Health &dministration ' #eha$ioral (ciences Prerequisites

#his course aims at introducing students to the (asic managerial concepts3 processes and techni1ues as a first step in preparing them to deliver high 1uality health care2 %anagerial processes discussed include9 planning3 decision ma4ing3 organi7ing3 leadership3 supervision3 staffing3 and evaluation2 Among the managerial issues and techni1ues included are9 1uality health care and pro(lem solving2 $t also aims to introduce students 5ith (asic principles of (ehavioral science to promote health and prevent disease2 Code 150604 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Health (ur$e" and Field Trainin!

Prerequisites

#his course provides the students 5ith (asic 4no5ledge to plan3 and implement health surveys3 analy7e survey data3 and disseminate findings2 Code 1509600 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Princi les of Famil" Health

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to provide the students 5ith the 4ey theoretical frame5or4s relevant to understanding the concept of family health and the maCor social3 cultural3 (iological and environmental factors influencing it2 !tudents 5ill (e a(le to understand types of families and stages of family evolution2 !tudent 5ill re1uire 4no5ledge on the services availa(le to all family mem(ers relevant to their ages2 Code 1509657601 Credit Hours 2 Course Title Fields of Practice of the Communit" Health -ursin!

Prerequisites

#his course is designed to prepare the student for meeting the special health needs of individuals3 families3 and groups in the community2 $t deals 5ith the professional role as a mem(er of the health team in each area2 $t includes9 general principles and concepts of pu(lic health nursing3 %aternal child health2 !chool3 occupational and geriatric health nursing and the primary health care setting2 Code 1509657602 Credit Hours 2 Course Title *ethods of Pu+lic Health -ursin!

Prerequisites

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#his course provides opportunities for students to apply pu(lic health nursing concepts3 theories and processes in the care of family group and community2 $t includes9 various methods of pu(lic health nursing practices3 nursing process3 recording and reporting3 mo(ile unites3 health education3 counseling3 and audiovisual aids2 Code 150965760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Pro+lems of Pu+lic Health -ursin! Prerequisites

'reparing the students to study the selected current health pro(lems in the community and to improve the practice of pu(lic health nursing and to identify ris4 factors affecting it2 $t includes9 community health nursing programs3 solving pro(lems arising at the national level such as su(stance a(use3 violence2 !tudy the staff performance pro(lem that prevents the desired output achievements2 Course Title Prerequisites (ocio.cultural Conte4t in Pu+lic 1509657604 1 Health -ursin! #his course provides the student 5ith (asic (ody of 4no5ledge of social sciences and its relation to pu(lic health nursing practice2 #he course content includes9 human (ehavior3 social and cultural factors affecting health (ehavior3 defensive and coping (ehavior3 concepts of development in childhood and the role of the pu(lic health nurse in this area2 Code Credit Hours

Code 1509617601

Credit Hours 2

Course Title Princi les of =enetics< =ro5th and ,e$elo ment Prerequisites

#he course is meant to provide the students 5ith the scientific (asis needed to asses the gro5th and development of children and the genetic (asis for gro5th2 By the end of the course students 5ould (e a(le to recogni7e a(normal gro5th using different tools such as gro5th curves and gro5th charts and to understand the different modes of inheritance and genetic mutations2

Code 1509617604

Credit Hours 1

Course Title Famil" Plannin!

Prerequisites

#he course 5ill provide fundamental understanding of the concept and status of fertility and factors affecting it3 glo(ally and in Egypt2 !tudents 5ill also (e familiar 5ith the different contraceptive methods and family planning programs implemented in Egypt and their impact2 Finally they 5ill ac1uire the (ac4ground information re1uired to provide 1uality family planning services at primary level2 Course Title Prerequisites Communit" Health -ursin! Field 6056571509 1 Trainin! #he students 5ill ma4e field visits 5ith their supervisors in cooperation 5ith the nursing managers in different of pu(lic health settings2 )uring these visits the students 5ill o(serve and assess different nursing functions in a specific 5or4ing environment2 #he students 5ill 5rite a report Code Credit Hours

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a(out those activities2

Code Credit Hours Course Title Prerequisites 1509657606 2 Pu+lic Health -ursin! for Elderl" #his course introduces students to the (asic concepts of the elderly care and helps them to function as a specialist in this area of pu(lic health nursing practice2 #he course contains9 5ho is the elderly3 aging process3 pro(lems and needs of old age3 settings of care of old people3 physical and psychological aspects of nursing aged people and role of the nurse in caring of elderly2 Course Title Prerequisites )ntroduction to :ccu ational Health 150965760/ 2 -ursin! #his course 5ill prepare the student to apply pu(lic health nursing principles of occupation as a functional component 5ithin the community health program2 #he course contains9 *urses 1ualifications2 Fields of occupational health nursing2 Eccupational health program3 health team mem(ers] aspects and responsi(ilities2 Aor4 ha7ards in different 5or4 places2 Eccupational health center and different nursing procedures2 Code 150962760/ Credit Hours 2 Course Title The Pro+lem of (mo?in! and Ho5 to @uit Prerequisites Code Credit Hours

#he concept of health2 0is4s of smo4ing and (enefits of 1uitting2 #riggers for smo4ing2 !tyles of responses to difficult situations2 Areas and domains of smo4ing prevention2 Code 15066%7615 Credit Hours 2 Course Title En$ironmental )nfection Control in Health.Care Facilities Prerequisites

Environmental sanitation in health care facilities3 5ater supply3 5aste5ater3 solid 5aste3 ha7ardous 5aste3 ventilation3 temperature3 humidity3 lighting3 cleanliness3 laundry3 4itchen3 vector control3 nosocomial infections3 1uality control in hospitals2 Code 15096%7606 Credit Hours 2 Course Title #eha$ior *odification in *ental Health Prerequisites

Human health and (ehavior3 counseling s4ills3 principles of (ehavior modification3 (ehavioral and cognitive approaches to management of mental health pro(lems3 (ehavior modification techni1ues2 Code 15006%760% Credit Hours 2 Course Title Plannin! and E$aluation of Health Education Pro!rams

Prerequisites

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#his course provides students 5ith 4no5ledge and s4ills related to planning3 implementation and evaluation of health education programs in general and at different levels3 individuals3 groups3 community and national programs2

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