ECDC Fellowship Programme Manual - Cohort 2020
This manual provides a detailed overview of the ECDC Fellowship Programme’s intended learning outcomes, training activities (modules, field and international assignments), supervision and coordination of the training course. The intended audiences of the manual are the applicants and fellows of Cohort 2020, training site supervisors, and the Scientific Coordinators.
Call for application for fellows in the ECDC Fellowship Programme EPIET and EUPHEM paths, EU-track (ECDC/Cohort 2019(2020-2022)-EPIET/EUPHEM)
Candidates are invited to apply for a post as a fellow in the ECDC Fellowship Programme, the Intervention Epidemiology path (EPIET) and/or Public Health Microbiology path (EUPHEM), EU-track, which is managed by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
Final Annual Accounts 2018
The annual accounts of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control include the financial statements and the report on implementation of the budget. They are accompanied by the report on budget and financial management during the year.
Code of conduct of the Management Board
ECDC's Management Board adopted this code of conduct at their meeting on 20-21 March 2019.
ECDC Director's presentation at the Africa CDC, March 2019
During the International Conference on (re-)emerging infectious diseases in Addis Ababa, ECDC Director Andrea Ammon presented ECDC's response activities, preparedness work and training activities.
Single programming document 2019–2021
2019 will be a year of transformation for Europe. Despite these changes, ECDC will further demonstrate its efficiency and usefulness by providing added value in the area of European public health. The Single Programming Document constitutes an essential element for the guidance of ECDC’s work and its resource allocation.
Catalogue of courses on prevention and control of communicable diseases (ASPHER)
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) have agreed to collaborate in the training of public health professionals in competencies for prevention and control of communicable diseases.
Guidelines for the ECDC traineeship programme
The following guidelines apply to the traineeship programme of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). This scheme primarily targets recent university graduates who are at the beginning of a new professional career.