Research Methodology Training Course
Financing and Financial Management of the District Health Services Course (DHS)
Quality Improvement and Leadership in Health Systems and Services Course
Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Course
Data Management Course
Ethical Issues in African Health Research Course
Paediatrics Tuberculosis Course
Introductory Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Prof. D. Urassa - The Dean
Prof. Urassa is a Public Health Physician and an Associate Professor in the Depa...
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The School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS) is one of five schools within Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS). The School came into being in the year 2003 after merger of the former Institute of Public Health, the Institute of Developmental Studies and the Institute of Primary Health Care and Continuing Education. All the former institutes date back to July 1991 when they were established after the then faculty of medicine was upgraded into a Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences.
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The School has a total of 47 members of staff 24 of these having acquired PhDs from various re-known Universities across the world thus bringing home a wealth of skills, experience and competences to share with stakeholders especially students.
The School has a wealth of experience in conducting research and community service activities within Tanzania and beyond and collaborates with a number of partner Universities, Governments, Research Institutions and not least the communities we serve. The school members of academic staff teach across the University in cross cutting subjects, and the School is host to one undergraduate and seven postgraduate programmes with a total of 71 undergraduate and 145 postgraduate students. Summaries of the current programmes are presented hereunder.
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
P.O. Box 65015
Dar es Salaam
Tel: Direct: +255 22 2153371, Tel : +255 22 2150302-6 (Ext. 1281 Dean, 1282 OMS)