LIFE for SEA-ED

A PSU Erasmus+ Project

Project Overview

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Acronym
LIFE for SEA-ED
Specific Activity
Curriculum development
Contact (Project Coordinator)

Sorbonne University
21 rue de l’École de médecine, 75006 Paris
Tel. 01 44 27 44 27

Contact (PSU Partner)
Faculty of Medical Technology
Prince of Songkla University
+66 (0) 7428 9102-4
medtech@group.psu.ac.th
Website
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List of Partners (Project Coordinator italicized)
Partner Institution Country City
SORBONNE UNIVERSITE FRANCE PARIS
CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY THAILAND BANGKOK
KASETSART UNIVERSITY THAILAND BANGKOK
MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY THAILAND BANGKOK
PRINCE OF SONGKLA UNIVERSITY THAILAND HAT YAI
THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN MINISTERS OF EDUCATION ORGANIZATION THAILAND BANGKOK
UNIVERSIDADE NOVA DE LISBOA PORTUGAL LISBOA
UNIVERZA NA PRIMORSKEM UNIVERSITA DEL LITORALE SLOVENIA KOPER
Project Number
586245-EPP-1-2017-1-FR-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
Grant Awarded (Euros)
999,162.00
Year
2017

Project Summary

The potential emerging pathogens is a reality in Southeast Asia. Since a vector borne parasitic or viral disease is concerned, its investigation requires various expertise as well as an efficient organisation to articulate that expertise in a rational procedure.

In Southeast Asia, Thailand is one of the more advanced counties where the improvement of expertise could be of the benefit to the country as well as of the region at whole.

The main objective is to improve knowledge (What to know?) and skills (How to do?) of trainers who will be able to teach students in their respective Universities in the different areas involved in such investigation named: Applied Medical Entomology, Vector borne Parasitic and Viral Diseases, Ecology & Environment, Epidemiology, Data Management, Data Analysis and GIS. 

This is a Training of Trainers programme with the objectives:

  • To organise a field experiment training for the staff of the partners Universities
  • To provide them with educational support material including ICT products (English edited videos based on the field training and subtitled in Thai)
  • To update and accredit curricula of teaching units at partners Universities

This capacity building program is based on a field experiment teaching to better develop skills in terms of practical investigation.

The aim is to improve knowledge and skills of the students, initially at the partner universities and over. To provide the participants with educational support documents including ITCE-based products, ensuring their dissemination and their quality at the initial training level in their respective Universities. It will also facilitate the potential exploitation of those outcomes at a larger geographical scale, for example by adapting the language.

The long-term impact would be to improve knowledge and skills of experts for a more efficient and, faster coordinated investigation.

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