Teacher/Facilitator Guide: Regional training programme on improving teaching of public health in medical schools in the South-East Asia Region
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AbstractDescription: This Teacher/Facilitator Guide for the Regional Training Programme on improving teaching of public health in medical schools in South-East Asia Region has been developed in collaboration with the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. It provides guidance on the learning process, assessment and evaluation, and is key study material for the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for South-East Asia Regional Training Programme on Improving Teaching of Public Health in Undergraduate Medical Schools. It primarily aims to provide the staff and faculty of medical schools in the South-East Asia Region, particularly those who will be actively involved in the design and implementation of public health teaching in medical schools, with the latest evidence and knowledge on the subject. This includes medical school faculties and teachers responsible for or involved in public health teaching, medical education specialists or other medical educators in charge of overall medical curricula or academic coordinators and Institutional leaders involved in medical education policy, such as the medical school deans or vice deans for academic affairs. The important contributions of the experts and participants in the Regional Consultative Meeting on Regional Training Programme on Public Health Teaching in Undergraduate Medical Education, 19-21 September 2012, Bangkok, Thailand, and the Regional Meeting to Review Progress in Strengthening Teaching of Public Health in Medical Schools, 11-13 December 2013, Pattaya, Thailand, in reviewing, updating and finalizing the training modules and guidelines are much appreciated.
World Health Organization. Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2015). Teacher/Facilitator Guide: Regional training programme on improving teaching of public health in medical schools in the South-East Asia Region. WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/205966