Networking the Public Health Community
The BSPH serves as a platform for coordinating and strengthening the networking of the public health community. The BSPH
- informs about events of the participating institutions on public health topics on its website.
- provides a platform for external institutions to propose research topics for Master's students
- offers the service to inform you by e-mail according to your needs.
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Networking via events and master theses
The Public Health Community includes students, lecturers and healthcare professionals and meets regularly at events such as
- the regular Spreestadt-Forum and the congress Poverty and Health at the TU,
- the IPH Lecture Series and the Berlin Epidemiologic Methods Colloquium (BEMC) at the Charité
- Events in the areas of social work, health, education and childhood education at the ASH
- and other ring lectures, intensive short courses and summer schools.
If you want to be kept up to date, use our mailing lists and you will automatically receive the requested information.
A close exchange between students and healthcare institutions also takes place within the framework of the Master's thesis. We are happy to provide our students with practical research topics.
Stay up to date
In order to inform you about everything of interest from the Public Health Community according to your needs, we have set up two different mailing lists which you can subscribe to.
- As a subscriber to the "BSPH Events" mailing list, you will receive an email four times a year inviting you to the annual BSPH ceremony, the BSPH newsletter, an overview of the upcoming Intensive Short Courses, the IPH Lecture Series and the "Spreestadtforum" lectures.
- As a subscriber to the mailing list "BSPH Networked" we inform you about job offers from our network, you receive invitations to events from our network, reports and news from the public health community, an invitation to the BSPH year-end celebration, the BSPH newsletter, an overview of the Intensive Short Courses, IPH Lecture Series and lectures "Spreestadtforum".
If you would like to share something, please send an email to Tanja Te Gude.
The mailing list service is operated by Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The personal data processed are subject to the applicable data protection regulations, in particular the Berlin Data Protection Act (Berliner Datenschutzgesetz) and the Telemedia Act (Telemediengesetz).
Master theses at the BSPH
In the Master's thesis, the knowledge acquired in the course of study and the ability to work independently and scientifically are demonstrated and theoretical and practical knowledge in a special field of health sciences / public health is deepened. We are happy to offer our students practical topics.