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National School of Public Health

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National School of Public Health

Institution of Higher Education

The National School of Public Health, one of the first schools of public health in Europe, was founded as Athens School of Hygiene in 1929 by the then Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos and the Ministers Alexandros Pappas and Apostolos Doxiades, following the recommendation of the League of Nations. The School was founded as a higher education institution with the mission to “promote post-graduate studies and research in public health”. The mission of the National School of Public Health is to improve and protect the health of the Greek and global population through the promotion, development and spread of evidence-based scientific knowledge in postgraduate education and research.