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Education and lifelong learning central to Health in All Policies approach

Education and lifelong learning central to Health in All Policies Approach Air pollution, New Dehli, India, September 2017, Photo Manu Mathur A recent Health in All Policies (HiAPs) Workshop focussing on air pollution and urban health and sustainability was held in Washington DC. The Amercian... Read more

Working together to develop standardized accreditation mechanisms

Working together to develop standardized accreditation mechanisms 1.0 Introduction - Framing the issue The 4 th Global Forum of Human Resources of Health is 2 weeks away, with academic accreditation as one of the cross-cutting issues of (on?) the conference programme. In this blog we pose the... Read more

Reflecting on the AfriPEN Research Workshop, and the First Symposium for Interprofessional Education in Africa

Reflecting on the AfriPEN Research Workshop, and the First Symposium for Interprofessional Education in Africa . During the week of September 17, AfriPEN took another giant step forward in its development as the “go to” organization for interprofessional education and collaborative practice in sub-... Read more

Interprofessional Education in Healthcare: Improving Human Resources Capacity to Achieve Universal Health

The Unit of Human Resources for Health (HSS/HR), Department of Health Systems and Services (HSS), hosted in Bogotá, Colombia, from December 7 to 9 the meeting “Interprofessional Education in Healthcare: Improving Human Resources Capacity to Achieve Universal Health”. A total of 14 countries of the... Read more

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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Walter Sisulu University (WSU) Faculty of Health Sciences Excellence through Relevance

 

 

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All Together Better Health' (ATBH)

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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

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