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The courses will be organised into stand-alone modules which will be open to an audience of health professionals to meet their need for continuing education in the region.
This program will provide unique opportunities for interprofessional learning with students from a wide range of backgrounds studying together, and should create significant links with the private sector.
For some of these modules, the possibility of e-learning courses will be offered in order to answer demand-driven training activities. The important use of e-learning and video-conferencing will also facilitate the adaptation of the calendar to the constraints of professionals while significantly reducing operating costs.
Studying through distance learning is also an attractive option for those with work, family or financial constraints. Distance training modules will be developed with the support of a digital university, the virtual University for environment and sustainable development (UVED).