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Posted: Monday Sep 14, 2020
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Online training - WHO
Posted: (1 months ago) The course was originally presented in May 2020 as a four-week virtual massive open online course (MOOC). Maryn McKenna, a former CNN reporter, created, curated, and presented the content for the course, which includes video classes, readings, exercises, and more. The course materials are broken up into five modules:
WHO | Short and longer courses of study
Posted: (8 days ago) Distance based learning. Find information about online courses and distance based learning at the following websites, or use the search engines and directories at the bottom of this page to find other options:. Tertiary Institutions. University of the Western Cape, South Africa or the School of Public Health webpage; University of South Africa (UNISA)
Training and learning - WHO
Posted: (7 days ago) Online courses on current outbreaks. GO pre-deployment package for emergency response. Risk communication. Risk communication refers to the real-time exchange of information, advice and opinions between experts or officials and people who face a threat (hazard) to their survival, health or economic or social well-being. ...
Pacific Open Learning Health Net (POLHN)
Posted: (5 days ago) The Pacific Open Learning Health Net (POLHN) is a key programme of WHO in partnership with Pacific Ministries of Health. It aims to improve the quality and standards of practice of health professionals by offering free online and blended courses at https://polhn.org. With around 54 learning centres across the Pacific and a team of Country Coordinators and focal points, POLHN supports health ...
Online training as a weapon to fight the new coronavirus
Posted: (7 days ago) More than 25 000 people across the globe have accessed real-time knowledge from WHO experts on how to detect, prevent, respond to and control the new coronavirus in the 10 days since the launch of an open online training.The learning team of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme worked with technical experts to quickly develop and publish the online course on 26 January – 4 days before the ...
WHO | Training
Posted: (6 days ago) Online training - OpenWHO WHO has launched a series of video courses on epidemics, pandemics and health emergencies. Geared toward those working in emergencies, the courses are also accessible to the public. Offline versions are available for both Android and IOS devices. The platform is free and open to anyone wishing to register.
WHO | Health Academy eLearning Courses
Posted: (7 days ago) Health Academy eLearning Courses. The Health Academy strengthens both education and health. In keeping with the effort to provide education for all, it transforms learners from passive recipients of information to active participants in knowledge acquisition.
WHO | Sub-national and district management: Monitoring and ...
Posted: (14 days ago) Monitoring and Evaluation - online course Global Health eLearning Centre, USAID Access to the online course requires registration, but it is freebut it is free and provides access to several courses. The M&E course takes 1.5 to 2 hours and a certificate is awarded after passing the final exam. The course covers: • purposes and scope of M&E
WHO | Education and training resources in adolescent health
Posted: (6 days ago) The EuTEACH Summer School is an intensive week-long course in adolescent health that attracts learners from all round the world. The main goal of the school is to train clinical and public health practitioners to teach effective adolescent care and health. Massive open online courses (MOOCs)
WHO | Immunization training resources
Posted: (10 days ago) Immunization training resources General training resources . Directory on existing online training resources on immunization related topics from WHO, UNICEF, and partners xls, 21kb; COVID-19 related training support. Three videos on the IPC for Immunization in COVID-19 context in English, French and Spanish.