1 Programme - Week 1 Book chapter 1 Chapters 2 and 3 Chapter 5 Chapters 4 and 14 Chapter 10 Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday PRINCIPLES AND GOALS OF GLOBAL HEALTH DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH, HEALTH OF NATIONS HEALTH SYSTEMS ETHICAL ISSUES, EMERGENCIES CHILD HEALTH At 8.45 Welcome, introduction and aims Vice-rector Harri Melin Ashorn, Ashorn, Harjunmaa, Pulakka, Lehto Health of nations presentations Health of nations presentations At NGOs in a changing world Michael Elmore-Meegan Global child health Taneli Puumalainen Break Break Break Break Break Baseline assessment Administrative issues Lehto, s Rosario-case Alvin Caballes Video: Sick around the world (60 min) + Discussion Pedro Crocco Global Health: ethical challenges Pekka Louhiala Group work - Child health Taneli Puumalainen Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Who are we -Introduction and background of the personnel Historical perspectives to the discipline of global health Break Break Break Break Break Facilitators and s: Group work - Health of nations Finalizing presentations Poverty, economics and social determinants of health Anneli Milen Health systems Anneli Milen Equity in health care Alvin Caballes Migration of human resources for health Alvin Caballes All AP/UA, SO AP/UA, SO UA, AL AP, AL Welcome get-together Comparative health systems and healthcare financing models Pedro Crocco Natural and man-made emergencies: why, where and when? Juhani Miettola Role of health professionals in disaster relief ; experiences from the field Inna Ilivitzky, Juhani Miettola, Osman Alamin Vaccine programmes Hanna Nohynek Group work - Vaccine programmes Hanna Nohynek Travel medicine + group dynamics during the practical period (participation voluntary) Hanna Nohynek Alvin Caballes /the Philippines Pedro Crocco /Chile Facilitators: Ulla Ashorn = UA Anna Pulakka=AP Tutors: Aino Lehmus = AL Suvi Ollila = SO
2 Programme - Week 2 Chapter 13 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 9 Chapter 7 Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday INJURIES, MEDICINES COMMUNICABLE DISEASES NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, MEN'S HEALTH VETERINARIAN'S ROLE IN PUBLIC HEALTH, CLIMATE CHANGE Injuries Teuvo Määttä Group Work: infection mechanisms, causes, preventive measures Mental Health Venla Lehti, Niina Markkula Introduction - Reproductive health Archana Amatya Veterinarians' role in public health Ari Hörman Break Break Break Break Break Group work preparation Group work/lecture - TB Essi Varkki Cancer Matti Rautalahti Maternal and perinatal health Archana Amatya Climate change and health Jouko Tuomisto Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Facilitarots and tuotrs: Essential medicines Juhana Idänpään-Heikkilä Group Work: infection mechanisms, causes, preventive measures Break Break Introduction to the Break Break Break global epidemic of HIV/AIDS Jussi Sutinen Site visit to the Finnish Red Cross emergency response warehouse at Kalkku Break Oral diseases Emeria Mugonzibwa AP, AL UA, AL UA/AP, AL UA, AL AP, SO Archana Amatya/Nepal Emeria Mugonzibwa/Tanzania Tobacco and alcohol control Katariina Rautalahti CVD, Diabetes, Obesity Jussi Huttunen Cooking night with Aino and Suvi Group Work- Controversial issues in reproductive health (infertility, abortion, FGM, STD's) Archana Amatya Cultural determinants of men's health Ilkka Pietilä Zoonoses in the contex of climate change Olli Vapalahti Malaria
3 Programme - Week 3 Chapters 8 and 15 Chapters 4, 17 and 18 Chapter 16 Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday WORKING TOGETHER FOR GH, NUTRITION GH CAREER, HUMAN RIGHTS EXAM, GLOBAL SCIENCE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH, CLOSING Key actors in global health Meri Koivusalo Break Break Break Group work How to cope with undernutrition Nutrition - an example from Malawi Chiza Kumwenda Exam Lunch Lunch Lunch Midsummer Biology and epidemiology of undernutrition GH career Sebastián Peña, Heli Kuusipalo Global science for global health André Briend Break Break Break Sustainable food production U. B. Lindström Health and human rights Helena Ranta Feedback session and closing of the course All Facilitators and s: AP, SO UA, SO All Farewell get-together
4 Programme - Practical part, Tampere Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday OBSTETRICS TAKING CARE OF THE ELDERLY CHILD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Prenatal clinic, Hervannan neuvola Koukkuniemi old age home Children's day care, Atalan päiväkoti Occupational health Terveystalo Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch TAYS, Obstetrics Viola-home TAYS, Pediatric ward Chuch diaconal center Black Sheep Pro Centre (NGO, services for sex workers) To Helsinki Group II Group II Group II Group II Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday OBSTETRICS TAKING CARE OF THE ELDERLY CHILD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH REPORT WRITING Prenatal clinic, Hervannan neuvola Koukkuniemi old age home Children's day care, Veisun päiväkoti 9: K-clinic (opioid detoxification clinic) Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch TAYS Obstetrics Viola-home TAYS, Pediatric ward Occupational health, Tampereen työterveys Ry Group I Group I Group I Group I
5 Programme - Practical part, Helsinki Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday (08) MENTAL HEALTH/SOCIAL CARE Transport to Tuusula Youth group home, Kellokoski. Psychiatric hospital and museum Group discussion with Mika Rautanen PRIMARY HEALTH CARE center, Helsinki center/oral health, Helsinki Group discussion with Anu Anttila SOCIAL CARE/PHARMACY Refugee Center, Helsinki Pharmacy YA, Helsinki Group discussion with Anu Anttila ORAL HEALTH/HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS Oral health care, university dental clinics, Helsinki Introduction to THL registers Group discussion with Anu Anttila FOOD SAFETY Finnish Food Safety Authority (Evira) GH party with Duodecim at Thorax, Meilahti Group I Group I Group I Group I Groups I and II Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday MENTAL HEALTH/SOCIAL CARE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SOCIAL CARE/PHARMACY ORAL HEALTH/HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS REPORT WRITING Youth group home Väinö Kaarina, Kellokoski center, Helsinki Pharmacy YA Psychiatric hospital and museum center/oral health, Helsinki Refugee Center, Helsinki National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) Group discussion with Mika Rautanen Group discussion with Juha- Pekka Turunen Group II Group II Group II Group II Group II
6 Programme - Practical part, Veterinarians Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Tutors: Group I Group I Group I Group I Group I Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Tutors: Group I Group I Group I Group I Group I
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