COLLEGE OF COUNSELING AND HEALTHCARE
This upper-level course provides leadership training in community health development, equipping students to initiate and manage health care work and establish community-based health training in developing countries. Topics include: community health development (focusing on poverty, access and sustainability; paternalism and dependency; leading causes of child mortality; community management of childhood illnesses (CMCI); appropriate health technologies for improving water and sanitation; project management; community nutrition and child development, micronutrients; epidemiology and tropical infectious diseases; training trainers; social mobilization; and health advocacy. Pre-requisite: CNH 261 & 262 or international medical experience and the consent of the school leader.
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