Professor Konstantinos Delezos is a graduate of the Department of Public Health, School of Health and Welfare of the TEI of Athens. In addition, he holds a Masters Degree in “Health & Safety at Work” from the Democritus University of Thrace School of Medicine, in partnership with the Department of Public Health and Nursing of TEI Athens. He is a PhD candidate at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and is pursuing his doctoral thesis in the field of microbial barriers.
His educational work is ongoing and includes Public Health topics in a general and specific context. Since 2010 he has been working as a Lecturer in Public and Community Health at the University of Western Attica. Prior to his appointment as Professor of Applications, he had contributed significant work to the Department of Public Health, either as a Laboratory Assistant or as a Specialist. His teaching job is complemented by teaching in hourly pay programs (over 1000 hours in total), as a certified trainer, in other institutions.
He has presented many lectures in Conferences – Meetings and Nursing Institutions. He has written educational notes entitled “APPLICABLE DISINFECTION” on the theoretical and laboratory part of the course “Disinfection – Sterilization” and “ORGANIZATION OF HARMFUL WORKING FACTORS MEASURES” for the theoretical and laboratory part of the course “Occupational Health and Safety”. His research work includes the organization and co-ordination of research studies such as “Microbial load measurement at the piercing point of students of TEI of Athens”, “Hand Hygiene in Primary School Students” (Interdepartmental Research Study “Harokopio University of Athens” University of Athens) User piercing hygiene ”. He is a certified trainer of EOPPEP, EFET, LAEK-OAED, IME GSEVEE, EKKDA and is a member of the Register of Evaluators, Inspectors, Experts of EOPEPP.