You can learn more about the EAN and the contribution of fellows and alumni to the global public health workforce in the following publications:


  • Pezzoli, L., M. Keramarou, G. Ladbury, G. Jaramillo-Gutierrez, C. J. Williams, and A. Le Menach. Time, place, and people: composition of the EPIET Alumni Network and its contribution to the European public health resource in 2013, Epidemiology and Infection, 143(12), pp. 2539–2546. 2014. doi: 10.1017/S0950268814003392
  • Arnold Bosman. 20 years of EPIET. 11 August 2015.


  • Subramanian RE, Herrera DG, Kelly PM. An evaluation of the global network of field epidemiology and laboratory training programmes: a resource for improving public health capacity and increasing the number of public health professionals worldwide. Human Resources for Health. 2013;11:45. doi:10.1186/1478-4491-11-45


  • ECDC MEETING REPORT. Training strategy for intervention epidemiology in the European Union. Third ECDC consultation with the Member States. Stockholm, 27 October 2008. Published: March 2009. Link


  • Arnold Bosman, Viviane Bremer, Richard Pebody, Marta Valenciano & Carole Desmoulins. EUROPEAN PROGRAMME FOR INTERVENTION EPIDEMIOLOGY TRAINING Grant Agreement no 2004209 Second Interim Report: 18 September 2004 – 1 November 2006. 06 November 2006. Link




  • Mark E. White, Sharon M. McDonnell, Denise H. Werker, Victor M. Cardenas, Stephen B. Thacker; Partnerships in International Applied Epidemiology Training and Service, 1975–2001. Am J Epidemiol 2001; 154 (11): 993-999. doi: 10.1093/aje/154.11.993