Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Public Health Foundation – TRAIN – Public Health 101 Series

 

2016 : Public Health Foundation – TRAIN is a free service of Public Health Foundation and operates through collaborative partnerships with state and federal agencies, local and national organizations, and educational institutions (distanciel)

Publicités

University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences eLearning Environment – Internet Based Studies in Education and Research

2011 : University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences eLearning Environment – Internet Based Studies in Education and Research – Pittsburgh, PA 15260 (distanciel)

Sources

http://cme.hs.pitt.edu/

https://pitt.edu/

Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH – University of Pittsburgh

http://geffrotin.com/yann/cv/

http://geffrotin.com/yann/cv/education_CME.php

CDC MMWR – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

Completed courses :

Total CME = 29.25
Total CME: PHYS = 5.5
Total CECH = 3

Total Cumulé : 37.75 Crédits

Temps : 3 jours (6 au 8 décembre 2009 ; 5 activités par jour)

Source : http://www2a.cdc.gov/CE/AvailableActivities.asp

http://geffrotin.com/yann/cv/education_CME.php

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Bilan éducatif stage juillet-août-septembre 2009

2009 : Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) OpenCourseWare (« Lecture Notes » uniquement)

  • Anthropology
    • MIT Course 21A.100 – Introduction to Anthropology (Fall 2004)
    • MIT Course 21A.219 11.163J 17.249J – Law and Society (Spring 2003)
  • Biology
    • MIT Course 7.013 – Introductory Biology (Spring 2006)
    • MIT Course 7.020 / 10.702 – Experimental Biology & Communication (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 7.020 CI / 10.702 CI – Experimental Biology – Communications Intensive (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 7.030 – Genetics (Fall 2004)
    • MIT Course 7.510 – Graduate Biochemistry (Fall 2001)
    • MIT Course 7.91J / 7.36J / 20.490J – Foundations of Computational and Systems Biology (Spring 2004)
  • Brain and Cognitive Sciences
    • MIT Course 9.00 – Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2004)
    • MIT Course 9.01 – Introduction to Neuroscience (Fall 2007)
  • Health Sciences and Technology
    • MIT Course HST.035 – Principle and Practice of Human Pathology (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course HST.151 – Principles of Pharmacology (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course HST.508 – Genomics and Computational Biology (Fall 2002)
    • MIT Course HST.542J – Quantitative Physiology Organ Transport Systems (Spring 2004)
    • MIT Course HST.921 / 922 – Information Technology in the Health Care System of the Future (Spring 2007)
    • MIT Course HST.950J / 6.872J – Medical Computing (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course HST.951J / 6.873J – Medical Decision Support (Fall 2005)
  • Political Science
    • MIT Course 17.045J – Power Interpersonal, Organizational and Global Dimensions (Fall 2005)
    • MIT Course 17.125 – The Politics of Global Financial Relations (Fall 2007)
    • MIT Course 17.315 – Comparative Health Policy (Fall 2004)
    • MIT Course 17.420 – Causes and Prevention of War (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 17.874 – Quantitative Research Methods: Multivariate (Spring 2004)
  • Sloan School of Management
    • MIT Course 15.062 – Data Mining (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course 15.352 – Managing Innovation Emerging Trends (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 15.356 – How to Develop « Breakthrough » Products and Services (Spring 2004)
    • MIT Course 15.402 – Finance Theory II (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course 15.433 – Investments (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course 15.501 – Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting (Spring 2004)
    • MIT Course 15.518 – Taxes and Business Strategy (Fall 2002)
    • MIT Course 15.615 – Law for the Entrepreneur and Manager (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course 15.617 – The Law of Corporate Finance and Financial Markets (Spring 2004)
    • MIT Course 15.649 – The Law of Mergers and Acquisitions (Spring 2003)
    • MIT Course 15.810 – Introduction to Marketing (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 15.821 – Listening to the Customer (Fall 2002)
    • MIT Course 15.822 – Strategic Marketing Measurement (Fall 2002)
    • MIT Course 15.967 – Managing and Volunteering in the Non-Profit Sector (Spring 2005)
    • MIT Course 15.997 – Advanced Corporate Risk Management (Spring 2007)

2009 : Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH)