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​Aims and Objectives of the Program

The overall objective of the IMPH is to provide students with knowledge of the theory and practice of public health and community medicine. This is accomplished through the completion of core and elective courses, a mentored Thesis, and through one of the program’s highlights, which is the Community Oriented Primary Care, COPC, training course. COPC is an innovative approach to health care delivery at the population level that integrates clinical medicine and public health. The COPC model was developed in our School and is employed in communities worldwide.
Courses are taught by faculty members with vast international experience, bringing a high level of expertise to the program. Our teachers are deeply involved, caring and have open communication with their students. The teachers and staff of the IMPH do their utmost to make students feel at home while they undertake this demanding yet rewarding degree program.
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