MOOC: Occupational Health in Developing Countries

Concise description:

Occupational Health in developing countries is a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) provided by the website Future Learn. Through this website you can sign in for this present course. Following the course enables you to increase knowledge about topics like occupational health and diseases, risk factors for illness and injuries at workplaces, workplace hazards and health effects and risk assessment at the workplace.

This course lasts six weeks. Weekly studieload is about four hours. In the free version of the course you have eight weeks long access to any articles, video material, quizzes and peer reviews.

Everyone can join the course, although some knowledge of medicine, health sciences, dentistry of natural sciences will help. Used language is English.

Language(s):
English
Original Authors:
Moen BE, Tjalvin G, Bråtveit M, Møllerløkken OJ.
Original affiliation, ownership:
University of Bergen, Norway; Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; MUHAS, Tanzania
Year of publication:
Not indicated
Charge for use or free:
Free of charge
Categories:
All kinds of diseases All kinds of risks at work All kinds of sectors Biological Chemical Occupational (Safety and) Health Occupational and Work-Related Diseases Physical Psychosocial
Target group(s):
  • Workers or managers; or in vocational training
  • graduate students
  • non-OSH-expert professionals
  • OSH experts; or in training
Usefulness for non-OSH-expert professionals:
Has to be studied
Certificate:
Optional. When choosing for an upgrade (64 euro) a certificate is included.
Time demand to complete the lesson or course:
6 weeks, 4 hours a week
Comments:
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