Environmental and occupational health are important public health disciplines. Training and education in these fields can shed light on current public health problems, local and regional health issues, future health needs and challenges, and epidemiology of diseases related to environmental or occupational exposures. It can also assist legislators with their decisions on health policies.
Countries in the EMR suffer from a wide variety of environmental and occupational problems, ranging from basic sanitary control measures to a lack of advanced research in this field. Issues exist in the region regarding agricultural health, workplace safety, outdoor and indoor air quality, food safety, water quality, toxic waste, and climate change issues. Therefore, offering training programs in this field is crucial for the safety of people, the advancement of the economy, and improvement of life quality in the EMR region, in addition to providing stability in war-torn countries.
Foundations in Global Environmental and Occupational Health
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Environmental Health Management
Program Overview Environmental health is a branch of public health that studies factors in the...View Training Program
Environmental and Occupational Health risk Management
Program Overview The “Specialization in Environmental Health” is a continuation for the knowledge...View Training Program