The EAN workshops/mini-modules aim to strengthen the capacity of EAN members in specific fields related to field epidemiology but not always covered during the 2-year fellowship programme. They are 'by the members, for the members', supporting the EAN objectives of sharing and exchanging professional experiences, information and skills among members; as well as taking part and assisting in the promotion, development and delivery of training in field epidemiology, public health and public health microbiology.

The first training module/ workshop to be organised and delivered 'by EAN for EAN' was in Madrid in 2002 (on new survey methods).

Current Modules

EAN Workshops and Mini Modules News

EAN Module on Refugee & Migrant Health, June 2016

Refugee and Migrant Health Workshop - Brussels, 18-19 June 2016 Introduction: In 2015, more than 1 million refugees and migrants have reached Europe through the Mediterranean Sea and Turkey. The vast majority entered Greece and moved northwards through the Balkans to reach Hungary, Austria, Germany and the Scandinavian countries. Ninety-one percent of the arrivals come from the world’s top 10

Outbreak anthropology for epidemiologists

In light of the continuing Ebola outbreak in West Africa, on May 18-19 2015 the EAN held a workshop entitled “Outbreak anthropology for epidemiologists” in London, UK, focussing on the contribution that anthropology can make to epidemiologists' traditional approaches to infectious disease outbreak management. The objectives of the workshop were: to give participants a comprehensive knowledge of the main methods and tools used to generate and analyse

Timeline: Former EAN workshops/ mini-modules