Pakistan FETP Field Epidemiology Training Program in detail
PAKISTAN-FETP Field Epidemiology Training Program
Attention: Medical Doctors working in public and private sector
Why should you join FETP?
Why you should join FETP is: By becoming a “Disease Detective” you will be a part of an elite health force which will respond to any health emergency including outbreaks. You will be able to strengthen disease surveillance systems in Pakistan for timely detection and response to outbreaks. Your effective work will save thousands of lives and ensure healthy Pakistan.
To induct 16th cohort of the prospective Field Epidemiologists; the National Institutes of Health, Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination invites applications from public sector medical doctors (both males and females), vets for admission in a 2-year specialized “Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP)” to be conducted at the National Institutes of Health, Islamabad. Females are encouraged to apply. Limited private/self-finance seats are also available at federal level only.
The fellows shall be selected for a 2-year training, which includes 2-3-month contact session in Islamabad (4-weeks first session followed by 3 weeks, 2-session/ year) followed by full time on-the-job mentoring in the respective Disease Surveillance and Response Units (DSRUs) at Provincial/ Regional Director General Health Offices.
Deadline for the submission of application is 25 November 2023. The public sector candidates may apply through their respective Provincial/ Regional Director General Health Offices whereas private sector candidates can apply directly to this Institute. Complete details of eligibility criteria, application procedure, and fee structure for private candidates is available online at https://www.nih.org.pk/field-epidemiology-laboratory-training-program-feltp-2/