The project aims to develop and test the first couples’ pregnancy smoking cessation Romanian language mobile app. The long term goal of our research program is to develop, implement, and...Read More
The minimum 4-weeks internship in the ongoing research/implementation projects of Cluj School of Public Health – Romania – is an opportunity for students to apply learned knowledge and theory to a research/professional work setting and to develop skills needed for successful transition to the public health workforce. See below the list of active research projects that you can intern in.
TO-REACH is a coordination and support action (CSA) funded by HORIZON2020 to prepare a joint European research programme aimed at producing research evidence supporting health care services and systems to...Read More
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The “Family Smoking Cessation in Romania Using Pregnancy as a Window of Opportunity” project aims to adapt, enhance, and test the implementation feasibility and initial efficacy, in Romania, of an...Read More
Advancing Maternal and Child Health in Romania: an integrated assessment of the determinants of pregnancy outcomes initiative, also known as the MAIA Project, aims to explore and explain the impact...Read More
The goal of this study was to validate S-TOFHLA, an instrument designed to measure health literacy levels in the Romanian socio-cultural context and to explore the association between health literacy,...Read More
Eligibility & Requirements
To be considered for the Global Health Program, students must meet the following requirements:
- undergraduate or graduate students in health sciences or related fields
- interest in the public health field
- 18 years of age or older
- analytical and evaluative skills
- interpersonal and communication skills
- organizational skills, efficiency and flexibility
- computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft products (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint), email software, internet searching engines, and other programs
Program fee is 1.900 U.S. Dollars/month for graduate students and 2.100 U.S. Dollars/month for undergraduate students (more intensive mentoring from the faculty).
The fee includes housing, mentoring & support, on-site orientation and assistance throughout the application process. The fee does not include international travel, meals costs, personal effects, or incidentals.
How to apply
The evaluation process will take place at the end of each month, the results being communicated to the students in the first week of the following month after the date of application. Students will have to confirm their participation in 2 weeks’ time after receiving the letter of acceptance, by sending an email and paying at least 10% of the program fee.
Please send any additional inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.