- Deadline : June 15th 2011
PresentationThe objective of the Erasmus-Mundus Master PhoenixEM Dynamics of Health and Welfare is to provide knowledge and expertise for research and the future management of health and welfare in Europe and elsewhere.
The key to such management lies in understanding the multiple links binding health and welfare. The analysis of these links constitutes the heart of the PhoenixEM program. The major contribution from the social sciences is a multidisciplinary approach to and with Public Health (political science, public health, history, sociology/anthropology, philosophy, demography, epidemiology, economics).
PhoenixEM Dynamics of Health and Welfare is coordinated by the Ecole des hautes Etudes en sciences sociales (Paris), in collaboration with the University of Evora (Portugal), the Linköping University (Sweden) and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Teachers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (London), the Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic), the Pecs University (Hungary) and the Warsaw University (Poland) will be associated to the team. Continue...
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- Coordinator: Patrice Bourdelais
- Consortium general secretary: Maria-Teresa Pontois
- For more information: Federico Zemborain
For complementary information on the master, please visit the following website: http://www.phoenix_em.uevora.pt.
last updated : 2011-05-31