Jeanette de Boer

Jeannette de Boer is a medical specialist in public health and infectious disease control. After many years of experience in the regional public health services she started in 2003 at the Netherlands School for Public and Occupational Health (NSPOH) to renew the Dutch training programme for medical doctors in communicable diseases. Currently she is heading the Faculty of Public Health at the NSPOH. She is associated with the Centre for Infectious Disease Control at the Netherlands Institute for Public Health (RIVM) and acts as national focal point for training in communicable disease control for ECDC. In 2014 she was appointed as seconded national expert at ECDC. Within ASPHER, Jeannette is one of the initiators of the network of Schools for Public Health with a scope on communicable disease control. She is adjunct-member of the APHEA Board of Accreditation, Jeannette has been involved as an external expert in several international collaboration projects (Twinning, TAIEX and WHO).