By WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
The set of modules that contain this Sourcebook are meant to be used in pre-service and in-service education of well-being execs. This module on curricular integration goals to reinforce the ability of academics, directors, and people constructing education fabrics to introduce alterations into curricula that would ascertain general practitioner curricula or classes comprise the concept that of gender, poverty and future health. for this reason, the module units out a scientific framework that comes with the information, techniques and strategies had to improve and enforce a curricula swap approach.
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Extra resources for Integrating Poverty and Gender in Health Programmes: A Sourcebook for Health Professionals Module on Curricular Integration (A WPRO Publication)
Training workshops The main goals of the suggested workshops are to develop knowledge and skills to promote the integration of gender and poverty into health professional educational curricula. The proposed workshops provide learning objectives and possible teaching activities that focus on a given area of the curricular change process. Each workshop is an opportunity to reflect and critically examine ways to integrate poverty and gender concerns into curricula. The workshops aim to: 1. Enhance skills and knowledge for successful integration of gender and poverty into health professional educational curricula.
Advocacy for change: Potential international and national bodies At the international and national levels, advocacy for introducing changes in the curriculum may be directed to the following bodies: At the international level: ! professional licensing bodies; ! professional associations: Commonwealth Medical Association (CMA), World Medical Association, Sigma Thea Tau; ! United Nations agencies (UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, United Nations Commissioner on Human Rights) and the World Bank; ! International Council of Nurses; !
Professional bodies and organizations; ! government departments; ! members of specialist groups; ! lobby groups; ! university, college, faculty and school administration; ! other schools and departments that service the curriculum; ! other universities and colleges that offer similar courses; ! members of associated professional groups and bodies; Module on Curricular Integration ! professional registering bodies; and ! government representatives. Advocacy for change: Potential international and national bodies At the international and national levels, advocacy for introducing changes in the curriculum may be directed to the following bodies: At the international level: !