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Liberia Field Epidemiology Training Program

Liberia FETP's goal is to strengthen field epidemiology capacity to contribute effectively to addressing epidemic problems in Liberia

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3rd Emmet A. Dennis National Scientific Conference

The scientific subcommittee of the 3rd Emmet A. Dennis National Scientific Conference invites you to submit abstracts for the Conference scheduled for 29th – 31st August 2022. All the abstracts should be submitted through the website from 6th February to 20th March 2022.

World Field Epidemiology Day 2021

#WorldFieldEpidemiologyDay is a global movement to recognize and raise awareness of the vital role of field epidemiologists in protecting the health of populations, thus advancing global health security, and to advocate for increased investment in field epidemiology training, research, and professionals.
Liberia FETP Media Advisory

Media Advisory: World Field Epidemiology Day Virtual Press Conference | 06-09-2021 at 11:00 EAT

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About Liberia FETP

The Liberia Field Epidemiology Training Program

The Liberia Field Epidemiology Training Program (LFETP) was established in 2015 to help achieve the priorities outlined in the Post-Ebola Investment Plan for Building a Resilient Health System in Liberia.

The program builds capacity in surveillance officers and other public health workers for routine surveillance and emergency preparedness

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The National Public Health Institute of Liberia is a Center of Excellence for better health outcomes for Liberians through a strong health system.

AFENET is a non-profit networking and service alliance of Field Epidemiology (and Laboratory) Training Programs (FELTPs), and other applied epidemiology training programs.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading national public health institute of the United States. The CDC is a federal agency under the Dept. of Health and Human Services