What can we learn about educating health professionals from the Homestay project?

‘Instructional transformation’ • Place-based and relationship-based • Critical approach – problematizes privilege • Transformative approach – disruptive! – Mezirow: Transformative insight – Freire: Social action for justice • What does this mean for us? • What is the basic science to do this work? • Uncertainty and loss of control Please...
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Community Health Promotion: The Role of Lúrio University Faculty of Health Sciences at Muatala district, in Nampula city

The Promotion of health is important in the developing countries because great part of diseases that affect the community can be prevented. Please...
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Nursing Students’ Experiences of a Community-Based Health Promotion and Illness Prevention Programme in KwaZulu-Natal

Progress in health workforce strengthening – a pre-requisite to move towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Please...
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A Guiding Framework for Distributed Health Professions training

All health professions training activities taking place at sites removed from the tertiary academic training complex Please...
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Paving the way for the creative critical thinker: A rendition of the “flipped classroom” approach

To determine the perceptions of millennial students regarding the “flipped classroom” approach. Please...
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An alternate practitioner model for health professional education and training

For human resources to be aligned to PHC, training institutions are required to reorient their plans to “provide sufficient quantity of the appropriate type of health worker who has the appropriate competencies and skills”11 Please...
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