Education & Training
Education and training are central to the work of FACE. FACE staff have adjunct academic appointments at Emory University and the University of Notre Dame. We currently provide internship opportunities for students from Emory University and Johns Hopkins University.
FACE staff participate in educational programs and classes for medical residents, public health students, and nursing students at Emory University, and have given presentations at WHO, the Izumi Foundation, the University of Minnesota, and elsewhere.
FACE developed an ethics module for training front-line public health veterinarians, which was piloted in Senegal and Uganda and is now available on the TEPHINET website for use by other programs. View module.
FACE currently provides a home for several Emory University graduate students studying public health and ethics as well as opportunities for them to complete practicum projects and theses.
For the past four years, David Addiss has taught a course in global health ethics as part of the Masters of Science program in global health at the Eck Institute for Global Health, University of Notre Dame.