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Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme

Team
Dr. Shelly Rodrigo - Programme Coordinator
Dr. Shelly Rodrigo /
Programme Coordinator

Consultant Epidemiologist
rodrigsh@carpha.org

Dr. Laura-Lee Boodram - Head Vector Borne Disease
Dr. Laura-Lee Boodram /
Head Vector Borne Disease

Resident Advisor CR-FELTP
boodrala@carpha.org

Ms. Candice Barrow - Training and Accreditation Consultant
Ms. Candice Barrow /
Workforce Development

Training and Accreditation Consultant
barrowca@carpha.org

Introduction to the CR-FELTP

Field Epidemiology Training Programmes ("FETPs") are development programmes for public health professionals. The Caribbean Regional Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme (CR-FELTP) is designed to build Caribbean capacity to prevent disease, promote and protect health. Participants in the CR-FELTP will develop their skills and acquire new tools to respond to public health issues in the Caribbean.

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Overview of the CR-FELTP

The CR-FELTP is a partnership between the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), the health ministries of participating islands, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with additional technical support from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), and University of West Indies. As the programme grows, CR-FELTP graduates will contribute to country capacity for training and coaching.

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FELTP Structure

Level I of the CR-FELTP is based on nine core competencies for integrated field and laboratory epidemiological practice, as determined by the regional partners of the programme.

The CR-FELTP combines face-to-face training and field assignments which demonstrate the trainees' ability to apply their new knowledge and skills.

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CR-FELTP Links and Resources

On this page you will find a categorized list of resources on Field Epidemiology and Laboratory work.

This list of resources includes: training tools and methods and field epidemiology training programmes. We welcome any suggestions of resources for inclusion in this list.

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