Prequisites: DSP 211 & 212
Credits: 11 - 12
Primary Health Care training reaches 80% of the world’s health needs through both preventive and curative training, including basic clinical skills to treat the most common health issues and causes of death. Students are equipped to train and teach in primary health education. Curriculum is based on the eight essential keys for the health of communities: food and nutrition, health education, disease, water and sanitation, clinical care, maternal and children’s health, essential drugs and community resources. The Primary Health Care School gives a biblical approach to health for the poor and needy; it equips students to function as a primary health care worker in developing and less resourced areas.