Transformative Education
for Health Professionals

Continuous professional development (CPD) for health professionals

Housing conditions and health, Jalazone Refugee Camp

In 1948, most of the Palestinian people, whose normal place of residence was Pa-lestine, lost both their homes and means of livelihood when they were moved out to the other parts of Palestine, later known as the West Bank and Gaza Strip, or to neighbouring countries such as Jordan, Lebanon and the Syrian Arab Republic.

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The Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed (CRHP)

 

 

 

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Developing Continuing Education process for re-licensure since 1965

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Continuing Professional Development systems for all health professionals

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On-line portfolio maintenance and accredited training records

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Registration renewal every six years with a credits/points system

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Mandatory Continuing Professional Development since 2010 in a credits/points system

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