ETAT+ Courses

ETAT+ is a 5 day course expanding the scope of the WHO’s original ETAT course and results from a collaboration with the Ministry of Health in Kenya.

EligibilityETAT 1

It is aimed at all health workers (nurses, clinical officers, doctors – and even nutritionists, laboratory technicians and pharmacists for part of it!) providing initial care in a typical African hospital setting and offers training in the following areas:

Since its beginning in 2006 demand for the course has grown. Although continued funding for running high quality courses remains a challenge support has been provided by the KEMRI / Wellcome Trust Research Programme and WHO-Kenya working with the Kenyan Ministries of Health.

ETAT 2In addition, support to help maintain the quality of training and provide a sustained administrative base is currently provided by the David Baum International Foundation (UK) through the UK’s Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health while specific support for training at the University of Nairobi for post-graduates, undergraduates and new instructors is generously provided by the Hillman Medical Education Fund