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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - February 2021

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - December 2020

21 December, 2020

Public Health Leadership: Leading the health sector during COVID-19 and beyond

Fifty-four public health officials from 10 countries and regional entities in the Caribbean started the online course on “Public Health Leadership: Leading the health sector during COVID-19 and beyond”, offered through the Caribbean Node of the Virtual Campus for Public Health, from October 12, 2020.

The course aims at building leadership skills among public health managers that would allow them to lead the response to emerging public health issues, including emergencies and disasters.

The initiative provides comprehensive skill sets and knowledge related to health leadership. Participants will learn about the theoretical foundations of public health leadership and apply their knowledge in meaningful, real-world learning activities, often related to their current work.

The work of the Honduras Node

The Honduras node of the Virtual Campus is a tripartite initiative between the Ministry of Health, the National Autonomous University of Honduras and PAHO. In 2020, the node has developed two self-learning courses focused on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The self-learning course on Home Care for confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients with Mild Symptoms and Follow-up of Their Contacts, seeks to teach essential measures related to contact management, to ensure safe and quality home care. More than 1,430 people have completed the online course, which was launched on National Television by the Minister of Health, Alba Consuelo Flores, and the PAHO/WHO Representative in Honduras, Piedad Huerta.

The work of the CHILE Node: Health monitors at free trade fairs in times of the COVID-19 pandemic

More than one hundred workers at free trade fairs in Chile were trained to prevent infection by the new coronavirus in the markets where fruits and vegetables are sold, through the virtual course "Health monitors at free fairs in times of pandemic ". The initiative was organized by the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), the Association of Free Fairs (ASOF), the School of Public Health of the University of Chile and the University of Valparaiso.

Strengthening Public Health Schools in Brazil to implement distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic

More than 150 public professionals from public health schools in Brazil were trained through the Virtual Campus for Public Health during 2020 through a project of the Pan American Health Organization in Brazil (OPAS) and the National Council of Secretaries of Health (CONASS) that sought to strengthen the capacities of schools for the development of distance education to respond to COVID-19.

Through technical cooperation, which includes public health schools linked to state health secretariats, the use of information and communication technologies was incorporated into the state health network.

Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - November 2020

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - October 2020

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - September 2020

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The World Health Organization invites you to contribute your Big Idea to shape the future of training and learning in achieving better health for all

The WHO Academy, a lifelong learning centre scheduled to launch next year, is working to scale up learning for impact through digital and face-to-face courses, reaching millions of health workers and others worldwide through the latest technologies and advancements in learning science.

As a key part of this effort, we are working with experts and practitioners to develop a global learning strategy that will shape the future of WHO’s approach to training and learning for achieving health goals and the health-related Sustainable Development Goals.

Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - April 2020

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - December 2019

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - October 2019

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - HSS Special Edition Bulletin #CD57 2019

HSS Special Edition Bulletin #CD57 2019

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Bulletin Health Systems and Services - PAHO - May 2019

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“Universal Health care in 21st century Americas” The Lancet, (April 20, 2019)

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