Participatory Learning and Action: Tools for Community Development

Ruprecht-Karls Universität Heidelberg Universitätsklinikum / Institute of Public Health
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16.07.2012 - 20.07.2012  Heidelberg
 
Course Content
Community empowerment & participation are crucial in order to achieve sustainability of any community health programme. This course will provide students with the opportunity to develop skills in participatory learning and action (PLA) methods and to understand and apply the theoretical foundations of PLA to primary health care. Topics include: Theoretical perspectives (e.g.critical theory); PLA methods (e.g. ranking, community mapping, time lines, Venn diagrams, visioning),; case stuties.
Learning objectives, training objectives
• Differentiate the principles of underlying participatory, collaborative & action-oriented approaches
• Critique examples in the application in terms of culture, gender & human rights
• Apply PLA methods to conceptual management approaches
Target Audience
Public health practitioners, medical doctors, nurses, policy makers, programme/project planners, managers, paramedical staff, social scientists, educators
Qualifications
English proficiency
Certifications
University of Heidelberg; tropEd
Local Organizer
Short Courses in International Health Programme
Notes
Registration deadline:none - first come, first serve; please keep in mind the time you need for travel and visa arrangements.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Nandita Rothermund
 
Categories
Development Cooperation - Advanced Training, Development Cooperation - Special Topics and Health, Public Health
Languages
English
Credit Points
2 ECTS - Points
Fees
EUR 750,00
Organizer contact info
Im Neuenheimer Feld 324
69120 Heidelberg
Germany
 
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