M'luru: Three MPH students of Nitte University to inten in European health systems

Media Release

Mangaluru, Jun 18: Three of Master of Public Health (MPH) Students from Department of Public Health, K S Hegde Medical Academy, Nitte University are visiting Belgium, France and Netherlands for their MPH internships in June and July .

Department of Public Health has Memorandum of Understanding with Christelijke Mutualiteit, a leading social security agency in European Union and this internships are being provided under scholarships through this MoU.

Arya K Sundara, Swetha Ann Varghese and Dr Monisha Venkatachala, from Department of Public Health got the opportunity of European exposure in the field of public health where they will participate in and deliver learning objectives on health system studies, health insurance and other social security schemes, care of elderly and cost analysis for cervical cancer management.

Dr Sudeep Kumar, Head of the Division said this batch of MPH interns would contribute and learn concurrently on global health issues and between India and Europe. Nancy Fobe and Geert Basyn from CM are focal points in Europe for this internships.

This is the second global achievement of Department of Public Health further to its MoU with University of Minnesota, School of Public Health for student exchange programme.

The vice chancellor, senior director – International Initiatives, registrar, director (R & D) of Nitte University, dean of KSHEMA and Head of the Department of Public Health have congratulated this team on this global health exposure.


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