By placing an advertisement on our website, newsletter and social media platforms, you will be targeting a vast group of international users who have specifically opted in to receive information on the Public Health sector and boost your organization’s exposure. Our newsletter counts more than 4000 readers and our Federation brings together more than 115 Public Health organizations and partners that can indirectly reach 5 Millions final customers. In addition, our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages are very active. For more information on specific options and rates, take a look at our Advertising packages.










The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools — Here to support you in evidence-informed decision making



At the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT), we champion the use of the best available evidence in public health decision making. Our goal is to facilitate optimal health and well-being for all by ensuring public health practitioners and organizations are equipped with the knowledge and skills to implement the most effective and cost-efficient programs and services.

What is evidence-informed decision making? It is the process of using the best available evidence in practice, programs and policy. It can help you have confidence in your decisions, build the business case for public health, and ensure resources are being used on solutions that work.

The NCCMT team is here to support you in your evidence-informed decision making journey. Browse any of the free NCCMT resources listed below, or visit our website to learn more.




Try the Evidence-Informed Decision Making Skills Assessment, a 20-question self-assessment to encourage the development of evidence-informed decision making knowledge and skills.

Explore 13 online learning modules on topics covering each stage in the evidence-informed decision making process.

Investigate two abbreviated learning modules introducing evidence-informed decision making.

Use an interactive 6S pyramid to explore databases to search for research evidence at all levels.

  • Health Evidence™: Explore a repository of over 6,000 quality-appraised systematic reviews evaluating the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of public health interventions.

The work of the NCCMT is made possible through generous funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada. We are proud to be hosted at McMaster University as part of the School of Nursing. We are one of six National Collaborating Centres across Canada.

Have questions about how you can integrate evidence-informed decision making into your work, or how the NCCMT can help you? Contact us at .


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Maîtrise Avancée en Santé Publique à l’Université de Genève



L’Université de Genève a le plaisir d’ annoncer l'ouverture des inscriptions pour la Maîtrise en Etudes Avancées (MAS) en Santé Publique (Faculté de Médecine, Université de Genève, Suisse).

Ouverte aux professionnels disposants d'un diplôme universitaire ou d'une haute école en santé ou en sciences humaines, le MAS s'effectue durant trois ans en cours d'emploi, à hauteur de cinq semaines  par année d'enseignement présentiel en français, complétées par des projets personnels (en français ou en anglais). Cette formation est reconnue par les sociétés médicales et professionnelles (FMH et la SSPH+).

A ce jour, plus de 180 diplômé-es de par le monde ont bénéficié de cette formation. Ils-elles occupent des postes à responsabilité dans la santé publique en Suisse et à l’étranger. Pour sa trentième année qui commencera en septembre, le MAS accueillera le Professeur Jean-François Etter en tant que nouveau directeur, ainsi qu'une équipe enseignante et administrative largement renouvelée, afin de répondre au mieux aux besoins des étudiant-es, tant en termes de méthodologie que de connaissances dans les différents champs de la santé publique.

Nouveau délai d'inscription: 15 septembre 2019

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Par ailleurs, l’équipe du MAS se tient à votre disposition pour toute question à l'adresse: 

e-Precision Global Health

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Introduce participant to the relevant technologies
Examine the current state of the art in applying those technologies to outbreak prediction and response
Explore where these applications might evolve in the future


Actor from international organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and foundations based in Geneva or other regional office, as well as professional PhD candidate of the Global Health programme at UNIGE


The programme covers five thematics around the theme of big data and digital tools in global health:

  • 1.10: Introduction to ePrecision Global Health
  • 3.10 “Big Data” analytics for outbreak detection and response
  • 10.10 Remote sensing and spatial analysis to map and predict disease spread
  • 17.10 Blockchain and cybersecurity: Data security and privacy during outbreaks
  • 24.10 Modelling epidemics and pandemics– predicting the next outbreak
  • 31.10 mHealth and innovative technologies – mobile technology for outbreak surveillance and detection

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The Third Edition of Mayo Clinic Antimicrobial Therapy


The new third edition of Mayo Clinic Antimicrobial Therapy is fully updated and revised to reflect the latest guidelines and drug development since the second edition. Chapters have been added on the following subjects: bioterrorism, prosthetic joint and transplant infections, treatment options targeted for hepatitis B and C infections, and dosing for obese and neonatal patients.

Part of the Mayo Clinic Scientific Press suite of publications, this compact, user-friendly resource brings the specialized knowledge of Mayo Clinic to your fingertips.

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