Teaching & Training
Improving vocational competences is one of the missions of the GREASE network. The network serves as a platform to strengthen the capacities of its members, its partners, as well as future generations of Researchers.
Courses and trainings focus on specific themes, tools or methods in various disciplinary fields: Veterinary medicine, Public Health, Ecology, Economics, Sociology, Geography, Modelling Sciences, Biostatistics, etc. This is complemented by training in participatory research methods.
Trainings can take different forms: e-learning courses, academic courses and vocational trainings.
Since 2010, GREASE members have taught or participated to a wide number of trainings in the fields of participative epidemiology, modeling, statistics, rodents, etc.
Some experts have also been mobilized to teach Chinese veterinarians on animal disease surveillance and outbreak response, participatory epidemiology and risk analysis.
Trainings are taught by GREASE network members or external specialists.
Trainings are also an occasion for GREASE network members who attend them to learn and sometimes also to put new knowledge on the members’ research activities into practice.