Health Systems Strengthening | 22.08.2016
Frank Tanser shares results from a population-based cohort in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa on the application of geospatial analyses to reveal targets for intervention
Frank Tanser an infectious disease epidemiologist with specialist expertise in geographical information systems technology, shares results from a population-based cohort in rural KZN, on the application of geospatial analyses to reveal targets for intervention.
About the speaker: Frank Tanser an infectious disease epidemiologist with specialist expertise in geographical information systems (GIS) technology. He is Professor of Epidemiology in the College of Health Sciences at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and is an Honorary Professor of University College London (UCL) in the Research Department of Infection and Population Health at the University College London Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care. He is a founder member of the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies and is currently Research Director of the Epidemiology and Population Studies Programme at the Africa Centre. His research areas include spatial modelling and geographical aspects of health care delivery
- Date: Thursday, 25 August 2016
- Time: 10-30am
- Venue: HEARD, Westville Campus, J Block, 4th Floor
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This is a free event but due to limited seat availability, prior registration is required.