Department of Public Health, University of Otago, Wellington
Ms Kerry Hurley
Professor Michael Baker, Dr Moira Smith, James Stanley, Fran Wright
The Public Health Summer School provides an environment where participants can learn for the first time about basic principles of public health, or where those with public health experience can further develop their knowledge and skills. Courses are ideally suited to health sector workers in primary-care organisations and district health boards, and staff of government departments and NGOs who require understanding of public health concepts in their work. The programme also provides a good introduction to public health for people considering postgraduate studies in the area.
The School’s modularised design enables interest-specific enrolment in a wide range of courses.
Venues and Times
Courses will be held at the University of Otago, Wellington (School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Mein Street, Newtown). All courses run from 0900 to around 1700, with an hour for lunch. Lunch, morning tea and afternoon tea are provided.
As a guide most courses cost from $300-400 (2019 fees not yet finalised). A small number of subsidised courses are offered at lower rates, as marked on the registration form and course descriptions. A 50% discount is also available to full-time students, those unwaged and University of Otago staff.
Maximum enrolment limits apply to some of the courses. Book early to avoid disappointment.