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Title: IMCI pre-service education. a guide to evaluation
Authors: World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean
Issue Date: 2010
Language: English
Abstract: Medical and allied health professional schools play a key role in preparing the future cadres of health providers who will be providing child health care services in a country, whether in the public or private sector. Medical schools in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region have been taking steps in recent years to introduce the Integrated Management of Child Health (IMCI) approach into their undergraduate teaching programmes, in collaboration with the Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. This IMCI pre-service education package proposes a standard approach to each phase, to assist teaching institutions in introducing, implementing and assessing teaching programmes including IMCI. This guide is a comprehensive tool to assess whether IMCI pre-service education (training) as a public health intervention improves students' competencies in managing the main childhood health problems in outpatient settings. It comes with a user guide to data entry and analysis and a CD with the relevant e-forms and programme files
Description: 84 p. ; 30 cm. + 2 Annex
Keywords: Delivery of Health Care, Integrated
Child Health Services
Subject: Pediatrics and Child Health Services
طب الأطفال وخدمات صحة الطفل
Gov't Doc #: WHO-EM/CAH/192/E
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