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Campus to Clinic Manual. Mentoring Guide for Facilitators

ICAP Nurse Capacity Initiative, Eds.: ICAP; PEPFAR, (2013)


Building the competence and confidence of nurse and midwife educators ICAP Nurse Capacity Initiative offers its Campus to Clinic Curriculum to empower nursing educators and mentors with a new area of expertise. It opens the door to teach in new ways with confidence. It can be adapted to different communities, cultures, and countries
http://files.icap.columbia.edu/files/uploads/South...


Campus to Clinic Manual. Mentoring Guide for Participants

ICAP Nurse Capacity Initiative, Eds.: ICAP; PEPFAR, (2013)


ICAP Nurse Capacity Initiative offers its Campus to Clinic Curriculum to empower nursing educators and mentors with a new area of expertise. It opens the door to teach in new ways with confidence. It can be adapted to different communities, cultures, and countries.
http://files.icap.columbia.edu/files/uploads/South...


Quality of care in contraceptive information and services, based on human rights standards: A checklist for health care providers

Rajat Khosla, Moazzam Ali and Jane Cottingham, Eds.: World Health Organisation (WHO), (2017)


This checklist covers five areas of competence needed by health care providers to provide quality of care in contraceptive information and services including: respecting users’ privacy and guaranteeing contfidentiality, choice, accessible and acceptable services, involvement of users in improving services and fostering continuity of care and follow-up.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/254826/1/...


Training Toolkit HIV/AIDS

I-TECH, (2006)


This toolkit provides a variety of resources that will help you coordinate, design, develop, deliver, and evaluate training for HIV/AIDS healthcare providers.
https://www.go2itech.org/HTML/TT06/toolkit.html


Healthy Timing and Spacing Of Pregnancy: A Trainer’s Reference Guide

Extending Service Delivery (ESD) Project, USAID, (2010)


The Extending Service Delivery (ESD) project has developed Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy: A Trainer’s Reference Guide as a resource for trainers in developing in-service training for facility-based healthcare providers and community health workers (chws) who already have some basic experience with and understanding of FP/RH. This is not a training manual, but a reference guide which can be used and adapted by trainers based on whether or not trainees are facilitybased or community-based.
http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnaec211.pdf


Global Health Learning Center (GHLC): Current Technical Information for Global Health Professionals

Global Health Learning Center, (2016)


The Global Health eLearning Center offers courses aimed at increasing knowledge in a variety of global health technical areas. A complete listing of courses is below. Individual courses are also part of certificate programs, listed to the left, as well as on the Certificate Program page. Courses that have been translated and can be found on the Translation page.
https://www.globalhealthlearning.org/


ORB mPowering

mPowering Health, (2016)


Connecting Frontline Health Workers to resources and each other to expand their knowledge, organize content into courses, and share their learning with the community. ORB offers frontline health workers and trainers access to quality assured openly licensed content that can be used on mobile devices and shared virally amongst communities.ORB has three unique features: Brings into one space quality-assured, multimedia materials from multiple content developers, with a focus on maternal and child health. Adaptation of existing content: ORB aims to reduce the practice of new content being developed unnecessarily. A global collaborative network of organizations to share and review content, integrate content into programs and share user-experience. By improving access to health content and mobile learning, ORB helps health workers access the vital content they need to do their work effectively and confidently.
http://health-orb.org/


Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations: a Distance Learning Module

Sandra Krause, Sarah Chynoweth, Diana Quick et al., Eds.: WRC, (2011)


On this site http://iawg.net/minimum-initial-service-package/ you can review the module content, test your knowledge with chapter quizzes, and become certified in the module by registering and completing a final post-test. Use the menu to the right to navigate your way through the MISP module and chapter quizzes, then use the box at the bottom to register and access the post-test. If you pass the test – by achieving 80% or more correct answers – you will receive a certificate.
http://www.iawg.net/resources/MISP2011.pdf


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