Talk Public Health Podcast Launches Rebranding for New Season

Talk Public Health Podcast Launches Rebranding for New Season

The Talk Public Health (TPH) podcast is making a much-anticipated come back into our lives. TPH was originally a student project that was started in March 2019 by then-students Naomi Limaro Nathan and N. Charles Hamilton, supported by their classmate, Anny Yuanfei Huang (all Europubhealth+ Cohort of 2017-2019).

Since their graduation, the TPH team was successful in obtaining funding from the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) to make their show bigger and better for the next season. TPH’s ability to captivate a wide audience ranging from the general public to academics in sub-specialised areas of public health was instrumental in securing funding from ASPHER and in attracting attention from public health practitioners who wish to be featured on the program.

The podcast features engaging, friendly discussions on a variety of topics ranging from self-care for public health practitioners to the impact of Brexit on public health. The pilot season, which aired between March and June 2019, can be found on YouTube. Additionally, it has gained an international, multi-continental audience base, and active audience participation through online polls.

However, the TPH team are not people known to rest on their laurels. True to form, they have promised that the new season will be even better, featuring a more diverse range of topics. They will welcome diverse opinions, a wider range of dissemination platforms, a slicker production, and even a parallel research project. To coincide with the release of their season trailer, the TPH team is announcing their new look.

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The trailer is NOW AVAILABLE!!!

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In addition, the team can be found on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

Check them out, hit subscribe, and watch what our Europubhealth+ family can do!

Become one of 13 Marie Curie PhD students at TRANS-SENIOR

TRANS-SENIOR is an Innovative Training Network funded by the European Union!

We are in the process of recruiting 13 Marie Curie PhD students for TRANS-SENIOR, an Innovative Training Network for shaping future care for Senior Citizens, funded by the EU.


The TRANS-SENIOR Innovative Training Network builds capacity for tackling a major challenge facing European long-term care systems: the need to improve care for an increasing number of care-dependent senior citizens by avoiding unnecessary transitions and optimising care transitions that are actually needed.


Potential candidates from any nationality and from multiple disciplines relevant to the project can apply for vacancies in seven different countries, and with international mobility as a criterion. The deadline for allications is 20 September of 2018.


All information can be found on our website: www.trans-senior.eu/vacancies

First ASPHER Deans' & Directors' Good Practice Award

We are very proud and happy to announce that Europubhealth+ has been awarded the first ASPHER Deans’ & Directors’ Good Practice Award for excellence in public health education and training.

The award ceremony took place in London during ASPHER Deans' & Directors' Retreat, on June 22nd. The award was received by Dr Chambaud, Dean of the Ecole des hautes études en santé publique (EHESP) as coordinating institution of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree.

Thank you to all stakeholders for their contribution to the Europubhealth+ success story!

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The European Commission has renewed for 6 more years

We are very happy to announce that the European Commission has renewed its support to the Europubhealth+ European Master in Public Health for 6 more years !

This renewed EU funding will allow our consortium to offer almost 90 full Erasmus Mundus excellence scholarships to the best students worldwide and to sponsor international public health experts to come teach on the programme.

Two new partner universities are joining the consortium to offer additional 1st year foundation courses options, namely the University College Dublin (Ireland) and the University of Liège (Belgium).

In addition to the award of a double Master’s degree, students will get to study in at least 2 different countries, in up to 3 languages (English, Spanish and French).

Emphasizing at its core the urgent need to build sustainable health systems while addressing health inequalities, Europubhealth+ will keep providing multidisciplinary training in a unique multicultural environment. The consortium will be greatly supported in this endeavor by an exceptional network of associated partners representing public health services, international organizations, NGOs and higher education institutions from Europe and beyond.

The Europubhealth+ Master programme has been recognized by the European Commission as "Master of excellence" since 2006 and it was awarded the Best Practice Award for Excellence in Public Health Education and Training by ASPHER in 2018.

More than 300 graduates from 70 different nationalities now form a strong interdisciplinary and international network of public health professionals, which only intends to grow further.