INCLEN is a global network comprising of regional networks of physicians, statisticians, social scientists and health research professionals dedicated to improving the health of developing countries. The network is divided into seven regional networks (Regional CLENs) that have many units called CEUs and CERTCs.
The seven regional CLEN’s are:
membership includes 84 institutes, 59 Clinical Epidemiology units (CEUs) and 25 Clinical Epidemiology Research & Training Centers (CERTCs) with a membership of 1843 members in 34 countries throughout the world. The multi-disciplinary faculty includes clinical epidemiologists, epidemiologists, health social scientists, biostatisticians, and clinical economists, each of whom believes that fighting disease in an age of limited financial resources depends on integrating the principles of clinical epidemiology into his or her practice.