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Ref.No. [Initiator]
THA-28 [SEARO]
Status
Pending
Title of the centre:
  WHO Collaborating Centre for Medical Education

Director / Head: 
  Professor Anan SRIKIATKHACHORN
 




Institution:
  Medical Education Unit, Faculty of Medicine
  Chulalongkorn University
Address:
  Rathdamri Road Pathumwan
  10330
 
Town:
  Bangkok
Country:
  THAILAND
Region:
  SEARO
Phone:
  (66-2) 252 4942 / 256 4477 / 252 7859
Fax:
  (66-2) 252 4963 / 254 1931
Date of Designation:
  01/Jul/1988
Last Redesignation:
  08/Mar/2010
Expiry:
  08/Mar/2014
Terms of Reference:
  1. To assist WHO with resources and advice on training and research programmes in Human Resources for Health Development 
  2. To develop and implement training programmes in health learning materials production 
  3. To organize and conduct activities and training in educational science for health professional teachers in the country and the South-East Asia Region. 
  4. To collaborate with other WHO centres in introducing educational innovations for development of Human Resources for Health. 
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Subjects:
  1. Health systems research & development 
  2. Human resources for health (excluding Nursing) 
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Types of activity:
  1. Information dissemination 
  2. Product development (guidelines; manual; methodologies; etc.) 
  3. Training and education 
WHO Outputs:
  Ower: 9.2 - Norms, including references, requirements, research priorities, guidelines, training manuals and standards, produced and disseminated to Member States in order to increase their capacity to assess and respond to all forms of malnutrition, and zoonotic and non-zoonotic foodborne diseases, and to promote healthy dietary practices.
 
 
Responsible Officer:
  PAK Tong Chol
Phone:
  +911123309381
Email:
  cholp@who.int

Technical Counterpart:
  WHEELER Erica Lynette
Phone:
  +41 22 79 12529
Email:
  wheelere@who.int
Access to annual progress reports and the current workplan (this is accessible to WHO Staff Members only):
  Link to eWork