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Students; transforming health workforce education for the future

Advocacy for Lifelong Learning Systems in Africa

Advocacy for Lifelong Learning Systems in Africa UNESCO Director-General (DG), Audrey Azoulay, advocated for education as a priority investment for sustainable development at a conference organized by the French Development Agency (AFD) in Paris on 19 January 2018. The DG identified a second... Read more

Connecting Future Rural Healthcare Workers with Rural Communities

Connecting Future Rural Healthcare Workers with Rural Communities About two years ago I was a young doctor working in Croatia and training in family medicine. As in many areas of the world Croatia is country that is experiencing a lack of doctors and is struggling to retain its health workforce... Read more

Case Study: Primary Healthcare Clinical Placements during Nursing and Midwifery Education in Lesotho

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Integrating the social determinants of health into health workforce education and training

The Brazilian Ministry of Education established in 2002 a comprehensive framework that led the National Guidelines for Undergraduate Courses as a whole (BRAZIL 2002). In the health field, such Guidelines pointed out the need for professionals trained in the “real-world”, that is to say the health-working environment. In this context, the training should refer to the Brazilian National Unified Health System (SUS) as a priority setting for learning and practice.

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Mainstreaming Disaster Health Education

Background Disaster Health has often been a reactionary approach for policy makers and Governance in India. In the year 2014, India witnessed a massive flood in Jammu and Kashmir region which was the costliest natural disaster of 2014 causing a loss and damage of US$ 16 Billion. Cyclone Hudhud in... Read more

The Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed (CRHP)

 

 

 

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Promoting Interprofessional Education through Healthy Competition

Promoting Interprofessional Education through Healthy Competition By Cary Amiel G. Villanueva and Jan Ynav T. Quiz The Blue Team composed of Jan Philippe H. Tan (Medicine), Dana Lee Acosta (Behavioral Sciences), Hannah M. Pellejo (Physical Therapy), Holymn Faith Buan (Pharmacy) and Karen Joyce... Read more

Beyond the Doha Youth Declaration on Reshaping the Humanitarian Agenda

Children and youth are considered a vulnerable population in disasters and conflicts. They have specific needs and, in times of crisis, may be subjected to violence and abuse. However, in recent years, young people have emerged as thinkers and active players in humanitarian response. This trend is... Read more

Education for a New Generation of Humanitarian Workers

Photo: WHO/J.Swan On 19 March 2015, the world has come to the first major international agreement in the post-2015 agenda. Adopted by representatives from 187 countries, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 captured unprecedented momentum and political commitment to build... Read more

Interprofessional Grand Rounds: A Student-Led Initiative

Interprofessional Education (IPE) Grand Rounds is an innovative student-run initiative designed specifically to increase the clinical relevance of Interprofessional Education (IPE) for all health professions students at Thomas Jefferson University by exposing students to real-world collaborative practice teams.

 

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