Everything that Trainers Need to Develop Online Interactive Courses in Health Sciences

WHAT IS HSET ?

HSeT is a non-profit organization working with a network of leading experts from all over the world to develop online training programs in health and life sciences for teaching institutions.

HOW IT WORKS

Training programs developed by HSeT are delivered through institution-specific websites. They can be used to augment an existing curriculum or construct a new curriculum. They can be reviewed by learners in a self-directed way or in combination with traditional face-to-face teaching.

EDUCATIONAL CONCEPT

HSeT provides Customized On Line Training (COLT) programs tailored to the needs of specific groups of learners as defined by the institutions themselves. COLT integrates novel pedagogical approaches and tools to map student’s individual progress at every step.

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Flagship programs

CAFÉ-S is a program launched in partnership between HSeT and the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva to help  students fill in their gap in mathematics. Read more...

e-TRIGGER provides training in geriatrics and gerontology for healthcare professionals from all horizons, in a one-year online course. Read More...

The CAS/DAS in translational nephrology of UZH and UNIBE aims at educating, training and inspiring kidney scientists and doctors. At its core are 6 e-learning modules developed in collaboration with HSeT. Read more...

The University of Mauritius, In partnership with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva, the University of Mauritius and the Mauritian Ministry of Health & Quality of Life, HSeT has developed online resources for the undergraduate years 2 and 3 of the MD curriculum. Read more...

MAS in Toxicology provides   specialized education and training in toxicological sciences and risk assessment with a focus on human toxicology. Read more...

NEWS

International Master of Vaccinology (IMVACC). Adèle Aluma, from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, student from the class 2021, has successfully defended on June 3 2024 her thesis entitled “How to reduce vaccine hesitancy for COVID-19 vaccine in Kinshasa (DRC)” and obtained 60 ECTS credits from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

Master of vaccinology IMVACC. The master thesis of Violet Nakibuuka, a student from the class 2020, has been accepted for publication in PLOS one.
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Biobanking course organized by the Institut Pasteur in collaboration with HSeT and the Lausanne University, was a blended format combining a 3 month period of online training followed by a 4-day face-to-face practical session. Read more...

Surveillance and control of rabies workshop. The Institut Pasteur in collaboration with HSeT organized in December 2023 an 11-day workshop on rabies in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Read more...

Courses open for registration

Courses open for registration.
Translational Nephrology. Registration for module 2 “Acid-Base homeostasis), from June 28 to November 2024, is now open for registration. Read more...

AFMEE e-TRIGGER. The 2024-2025 AFMEE program for Africa, Middle East & Europe future trainees in Geriatrics is now open for registration. Read more...

CAS Biobanking. The 2024-2025 course of the CAS of Biobanking of the Faculty of Medicine at the Geneva University is now open for registration. Read more...