Welcome to the new Case-Studies in Field Epidemiology in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. These case studies were developed by experienced FETP technical advisers and graduates and other experts in various areas of public health of the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET). The case studies is based on major outbreaks that occurred in (EMPHNET) countries such as Dengue Fever outbreak in Yemen, Diphtheria outbreak in Sudan, MERS-COV in Saudi Arabia and Hepatitis E in Pakistan. Other health problems and issues are covered in this supplement such as COVID-19 pandemic, Mass Gatherings in Iraq, and hemorrhagic diseases in Sudan. The aim of the case studies to stimulate the trainees to consolidate their knowledge and improve their public health practices to detect, timely response to major health events and control/prevent them. Moreover, the case studies are expected to improve trainees’ research skills, organizational and time management skills and increase their proficiency in writing and oral communication.
Guest editors: Yousef Khader (email@example.com)
Contact: The Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET), Amman, Jordan
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