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|Re: Careers In Public Health by Beelad(f): 3:25pm On Nov 24, 2016|
Please what can one read for UI's MPH screening( Health Policy and Management) and any idea of how the oral interview is. Thank you
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Beelad(f): 10:26pm On Nov 24, 2016|
|Re: Careers In Public Health by owenman(m): 6:52am On Nov 26, 2016|
can I use a degree in public health to get direct entry to study medicine
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Etinosajay(m): 12:11pm On Nov 27, 2016|
Yes, if you have the public health degree already.
If you don't, why not just go get your medicine straight up
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Etinosajay(m): 12:13pm On Nov 27, 2016|
Sorry I saw this late.
Please look at my answer to a related question at the previous page. Less emphasis on the sexual health aspect and more emphasis on population control, disease triad, management, control, probability and statistics
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Beelad(f): 3:03pm On Nov 27, 2016|
Etinosajay:Thank you very much
|Re: Careers In Public Health by solomonadikwu: 9:44pm On Dec 06, 2016|
Please, how long will it take to run medicine with my Bph or Bph?
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Beelad(f): 12:32pm On Dec 13, 2016|
To those interested. The screening comprised of test and interview. The test was 32 MCQs (30mins). Basic questions on public health, nutrients, breastfeeding and pregnancy, diseases etc. Then the interview was conducted immediately after and it was similar to a job interview. cc etinosajay
I Wish everyone the very best
|Re: Careers In Public Health by drpialabi: 10:47pm On Dec 25, 2016|
Etinosajay:. Sorry I'm just seeing this. I don't know much about Uniport admissions. I'll ask some of my friends there and get back to you. Compliment of the season.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by mercifull(f): 9:03am On Dec 27, 2016|
Hello everyone. Compliment of the season. Good to be here.
Is anyone aware of an online PGD in public health research being offered by James Lind institute? Has anyone taken any of the online courses before? What do you think about it?
|Re: Careers In Public Health by preciousMI1(f): 6:38pm On Feb 06, 2017|
hi, I just started my masters in pub health. please. what's the greatest challenge in studying pub health, can u assist me study wise with study materials..
|Re: Careers In Public Health by preciousMI1(f): 6:46pm On Feb 06, 2017|
my first degree is health education, I was offered straight MSC in public health. what aspect would be OK for me to venture into
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Maygeorge(f): 11:38am On Feb 09, 2017|
Thanks for this thread I've really learned a lot. My own inquiry is this, I've just gotten admission into UI for MPH in Population and Reproductive Health nutrition and I have a BSc in biochemistry. Please am I going in the wrong direction? If I am is there anyway I can switch streams because I'm trying to be realistic about my career prospects in this country of ours. Is this my chosen stream feasible for a career in Nigeria? Although I'm also open to international opportunities.
Secondly I heard volunteering is one way to gain experience as experience is very important in this field of ours. Please can anyone recommend any NGOs or health bodies in Ibadan I can volunteer for maybe during holidays or weekends? And for those who are already studying for their MPH, would I even have time to volunteer, cos I don't want my studies to be adversely affected.
Thank you very much
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|Re: Careers In Public Health by drpialabi: 6:10pm On Mar 06, 2017|
preciousMI1:Your greatest challenge may depend on your background and interests. Some of the courses you will take are quantitative, so if you don't like figures, this may be challenging. However, if u are the type that likes calculation, courses where numerous notes will be given may also be challenging. So to do well on an MPH program, both sides must be balanced.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by drpialabi: 6:13pm On Mar 06, 2017|
preciousMI1:You may want to consider MPH Health Promotion & Education.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by drpialabi: 6:48pm On Mar 06, 2017|
Maygeorge:Congratulations on your admission. I don't think you are on a wrong path provided you are keenly interested in the program you have applied for. I am sure you won't be able to volunteer with any NGO in your first academic session because of the several courses you will take. Some of these courses are very quantitative you will need extra study period to score high marks. By the time you start the program fully you will know some places in Ibadan where you can volunteer. Wish you the very best.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by preciousMI1(f): 1:50pm On Mar 07, 2017|
drpialabi:thanks dear, I appreciate
|Re: Careers In Public Health by preciousMI1(f): 1:58pm On Mar 07, 2017|
drpialabi:what's the difference between msph and MPH
|Re: Careers In Public Health by ttemitope: 2:30pm On Mar 13, 2017|
Has anyone in the house had a test and interview with AHNI(achieving health Nigeria Initiative) an affiliate of FHI 360, Kindly share your experiences with me.
Any response would be greatly appreciated.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by yhenny(f): 6:40pm On Mar 14, 2017|
Had a degree in Health Education Pls can I have my MSc in public Health?
|Re: Careers In Public Health by jnrremedy(m): 9:04am On Mar 15, 2017|
yhenny:u can in ui don't no about other schools anyway
and in ui it is masters of public health (mph) not msc in public health ( its nor the same)
|Re: Careers In Public Health by yhenny(f): 3:41pm On Mar 15, 2017|
jnrremedy:Thanks, Pls can you enlighten me on the difference?
|Re: Careers In Public Health by jnrremedy(m): 3:48pm On Mar 15, 2017|
yhenny:MSC is more restricted to the academia and research while mph is more professionally inclined
|Re: Careers In Public Health by yhenny(f): 3:50pm On Mar 15, 2017|
|Re: Careers In Public Health by owenman(m): 10:46pm On Mar 18, 2017|
I am a public health student from futo 100l...pls where can i work with a bachelors degree in public health
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Nobody: 2:27pm On Apr 01, 2017|
owenman:Use google and help yourself or keep calm as you go higher in your studies you'll find out. But I don't know of any futo PHT graduate that is unemployed.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Nobody: 12:28am On Apr 16, 2017|
Really wonderful thread @Etinosajay. God bless you for providing such wealth of information.
I'm a biochemistry graduate (UI), just finished my youth service. Looking to come in for public health in UI. Was wondering if there's any advice you can give me.
Application requirements, deadline, tuition fees, other fees, recommended stream.. anything..
Once again God bless you for the info.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Sard(m): 7:06am On Apr 16, 2017|
Maverick69:Let me just contribute a bit to this since I'm currently in the system.
Requirements: I think with a 2.2, you're good to go. However, a few departments request that you've a few years of experience and the competition might work against those with low grades.
Just visit the PG school website of UI and download the brochure for those that are currently in session to have the ideas of the basic requirements.
Deadline: Deadline for application is usually about 2 months or so with additional weeks for late application.
Tuition fees: For MPH, Tuition fees differ based on the department. For the newly admitted students, the least is 170+ while the highest is 230+. You'll also have to pay other fees which I think 50k should be able to take care of.
Recommended stream: There are so many good streams under MPH. The best thing is for you to download the brochure and check out the courses on offer.
I hope this helps.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Nobody: 3:01pm On Apr 16, 2017|
Thanks a lot for this.. I finished with a 2.1.. I'll definitely check the PG school site and see what I can get from there.
|Re: Careers In Public Health by OmorrRh: 1:04pm On Apr 27, 2017|
@Etinisojay Please can yu list skuls in Nigeria whr one can apply fr MPH course..cox I wanted applyn in UNIAbuja buh my frnd wo applied earlier told me dat I cnt be given d course because am nt a medical student..he was also denied adm due to same reason
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Trudiee(f): 11:45am On May 01, 2017|
hello everyone. Thanks etinosajay for creating this thread. Actually, I'm currently in a fix.. and very confused. I'm a 100lv student of public health in a Nigerian university. My people dont really know much about this course and want me to switch to something 'higher', something that at least I'd be able to either get a job or have something of my own. Mom wanted medicine. I once had the zeal for medicine but along the line it faded and I'm currently in public health. i love this course and i dont want to switch but majority keep telling me that its not even better than microbiology. and that even microbiology is better
please anyone in the house, i need a reply soon. Public health is what i want to do but i want to know if its the best choice for me. i dont want to be stranded and unemployed when the time comes for me to give back.
please please please
|Re: Careers In Public Health by Cyrilade01: 12:55pm On May 03, 2017|
I need suggestions on which one to apply for, am a Nurse almost done with service and want to apply for masters. But I don't know which one to go for between masters in Medical surgical nursing ,MPH in health education and promotion, environmental health, epistemology.
My intrest is health education and promotion or med surg, but pple are not talking about MPH in health education and promotion, is it not a good course
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