DMIMS School of Epidemiology and Public Health
Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DU) established the School of Epidemiology and Public Health (SEPH) with the vision to develop and run globally competitive and practice-based programs with a focus on epidemiology and public health. One of the key determinants for improvement in community health is the worth and preparedness of the public health workforce, which in turn, depends on the relevance and quality of its education and training. The school intends to prepare leaders in epidemiology, public health science, and practice.
The three major pillars of the functioning of the school are public health education, research, and community services. The school intends to create and sustain a thriving academic community environment that embraces diversity in expertise and interests in public health-related issues. The core functional areas are academic programs, research and collaborations, networking, community engagement, and professional development courses.
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