In partnership with the Institut Pasteur, Paris, The Institut Pasteur International Network, the Institut Pasteur du Maroc, WHO and OIE, HSeT has developed an online course on the surveillance and control of rabies that will take place in Casablanca, Morocco on September 2019. Twenty eight trainees have started preworkshop activities on July 2019 to be fully prepared for the face to face workshop.
HSeT has updated the front end of its CMS/LMS which is hosted on the Geneve server wih a new domain name (https://cmshset.org.
HSeT has developed a new Moodle website (https://elearning.hset.org) which is password protected. All our partners receive a login once they have signed a partnership agreement.
June 6, 2019. At its Board meeting of June 4, 2019, Dr. Michelle Rossier, MD and Board member, was appointed Chair of the HSeT Foundation Board. Professor Mathieu Nendaz, Professor of internal medicine & medical education, director of the Unit of Development & Research in Medical Education (UDREM), Geneva University Medical School, has been appointed member of the Board to replace Prof. Antoine Geissbuhler, who resigned following his appointment as Vice Rector of the University of Geneva
Nicolas Peyraud, from MSF (Médecins Sans Frontière), is the first student who has completed his Master of Advanced Studies of Vaccinology. He successfully defended his master thesis on “Microarray patch product development for measles containing vaccines”. He received his Master diploma fro: the Lausanne University in January 2019.
January 7, 2019
The bachelor, initiated in collaboration with the Medical Faculty of the Geneva University, consists in part of a total of 68 web-based interactive clinical cases dispatched in 4 modules including i/ digestion & metabolism, reproduction, and cell growth & aging, 2/ Heart, kidney and lungs, 3/ Neurosciences and bones and joints and 4/ Defense & immunity and infection.
Each year, a 2nd year and 3rd year class enrolls about 25 students.
January 7, 2019
The University of Lausanne (UNIL) is offering an International Master in Vaccinology (IMVACC) developed by the Swiss Vaccine Research Institute (SVRI) and the Health Sciences e-Training Foundation (HSeT) in collaboration with the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV)
The 2016 class. All students have completed their first year and all passed the final exam. Presently one student defended his master project and his is the first to receive the 60 ETCS diploma from the University of Lausanne. The other students will defend their master thesis in the coming years
The 2018 class. All students have completed the first year and will take the final exam on January 16 2019. They will present their master thesis project
The 2019 class. Ten candidates have successfully registered and are starting the program with a kickoff meeting on January 14-16 in Lausanne, Switzerland