THE GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH CURRICULUM: Specific Global Health Competences
The 2nd edition of the Global Public Health Curriculum has been published in the South Eastern European Journal of Public Health, end of 2016 as a special volume (editors Ulrich Laaser & Florida Beluli) at: http://www.seejph.com/index.php/seejph/article/view/106/82. The curriculum targets the postgraduate education and training of public health professionals including their continued professional development (CPD). However, specific competences for the curricular modules remained to be identified in a more systematic approach. To that end from the international literature the following references have been used as a general orientation:
A) Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Resource Group, GHEC Committee, India: Global health essential core competencies. At: https://lane.stanford.edu/portals/ihealth-pdfs/BasicCore_Competencies_Final2010.pdf
B) Dias M. Et al.: Global Health Competencies for UK Health Professionals. TECHNICAL REPORT · SEPTEMBER 2015. At: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/283086441
C) Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH): The Global Health Competency model. At: www.aspph.org/educate/models/masters-global-health/
D) World Health Organisation (WHO): WHO GLOBAL COMPETENCY MODEL. At: www.who.int/employment/competencies/WHO_competencies_EN.pdf
E) Jogerst K et al.: Identifying Interprofessional Global Health Competencies for 21st Century. At: https://www.cfhi.org/sites/files/files/pages/global_health_competencies_article.pdf
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