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Description: This guide presents a series of design frameworks, learning processes and instructional techniques, through which an actionable learning and case based approach to capacity building and training can be understood and creatively applied.
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Pages: 96; 
Description: Each summary contains the following: responsible institution; focal person; overall goals of the training; target audience and competencies; main topics included; format; language; length of training; certification if provided; evaluation modalities, countries where implemented, summary of evaluation results and successes and challenges.
Abstract: This compendium aims to provide a wide ranging inventory of material, tools and trainings developed by Influenza Training Network partners to, among others, raise awareness on pandemic influenza preparedness measures, community case management, infection prevention and control, laboratory, risk communication, surveillance and outbreak investigation.
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Pages: 60; 
Description: Presentation: this case study provides a step-by-step understanding of how to investigate outbreaks of H5N1 in humans in an international setting.
Abstract: The learning objectives are 1) describe key outbreak management issues that need to be addressed; 2) list appropriate practices and procedures related to investigation of H5N1 in humans; 3) identify critical coordination priorities and communication processes.
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Pages: 93; 
Description: The document contains the following: Introduction including instruction on how to conduct the training; Influenza outbreaks and impact on communities; Key interventions and messages for the prevention and control of an influenza outbreak in the community and the home; Assessment and treatment of diseases in the community and the home; Community health education and social mobilization; Protection of the community health worker; A framework for monitoring and reporting of influenza outbreak preparedness and response activities.
Abstract: The community is often the first responder in emergencies, including those caused by disease outbreaks. Community health workers (CHWs) can be the front-line health workers during an outbreak of communicable disease or other emergencies, alleviating the strain and demand on health-care workers in hospitals, clinics and other institutions when the health system is overwhelmed or disrupted. CHWs can also improve access to prevention and treatment of epidemic diseases and other common illnesses, and have close links to the community for implementing public health programmes and ensuring community participation. These training materials have been developed specifically for CHWs to ensure that they are ready to provide health services to communities in conjunction with home-based and other levels of care.
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Pages: 83; 
Abstract: At the end of this workshop participants will be able to: Describe the five components of successful training Identify the three major types of learners Use learning objectives to focus your training Use techniques to help the learners get the most out of class Use evaluation tools to measure the effectiveness of training
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Pages: 86; 
Description: This document is a compilation of experiences of WHO staff involved in training.
Abstract: This handbook provides varied resources for evaluating training carried out by WHO. It is based chiefly on experiences in evaluating training in the context of WHO but can also prove useful to other agencies involved in health related training in developing countries.
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Pages: 38; 
Description: Facilitator's guide: this case study provides a step-by-step understanding of how to investigate outbreaks of H5N1 in humans in an international setting.
Abstract: The learning objectives are 1) describe key outbreak management issues that need to be addressed; 2) list appropriate practices and procedures related to investigation of H5N1 in humans; 3) identify critical coordination priorities and communication processes.
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Pages: 29; 
Description: Facilitator's guide: this case study provides a step-by-step understanding of how to investigate outbreaks of H5N1 in humans in an international setting.
Abstract: The learning objectives are 1) describe key outbreak management issues that need to be addressed; 2) list appropriate practices and procedures related to investigation of H5N1 in humans; 3) identify critical coordination priorities and communication processes.
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Description: Facilitator's guide: this case study provides a step-by-step understanding of how to establish surveillance for influenza in international setting that meets the objective of routine and novel virus case detection.
Abstract: The learning objectives are 1) define the surveillance objectives, methods of hospital selection, and key data collection priorities; 2) list appropriate surveillance strategies and trigger criteria; 3) list appropriate surveillance strategies and trigger criteria needed for a broader pandemic early warning system; 4) describe how a sentinel site surveillance system for influenza provides an important support function for a pandemic early warning system; 5) identify five ways to enhance human avian and pandemic influenza surveillance activities in areas where there are known influenza A(H5N1) outbreaks in poultry.
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Description: Interactive presentation including group work on different types of influenza virus.
Abstract: The presentation is the basis for Interactive group work/discussion during which the participants discuss and will be able to explain the difference between seasonal, animal and pandemic influenza.
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Interactive Session on Basic Influenza Issues - Facilitators Explanation
Training packageInfluenza Training Package
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Description: The document is providing guidance, tips and checklists to help on organizing and running workshops. It is covering logistic as well as training methods aspects.
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Description: Document explaining an interactive session on general influenza issues
Abstract: The document explains how to carry out the interactive session on general influenza issues. The objective of the interactive session is for participants to know and be able to explain the difference between seasonal, animal and pandemic influenza.
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General Issues of Influenza - An Interactive Session
Training packageInfluenza Training Package
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Pages: 120; 
Description: This trainers' guide is for the training of community health or humanitarian workers or leaders who engage with migrants and mobile population. The purpose of the training course is to revise and strengthen counselling and communication skills used to help migrant individuals and families to cope during and in aftermath of a pandemic.
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Description: The document is composed of two checklists, accompanied by an introduction. The first checklist is a simple tool to ensure the minimum requirements for designing a training program and the second checklist is about the minimum requirement for designing slides set for presentations.
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Description: The document is providing guidance and tips on effective presentations with or without PowerPoint presentation.
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Pages: 30; 
Description: This workbook is designed to provide pre-webinar information and activities to improve the participant’s experience during the webinar. It is expected that the participant review this workbook and complete all activities prior to attending the webinar. Completion time for this workbook is about 45 minutes.
Abstract: After completion of the workbook, participants will be able to: Define the steps in conducting a stakeholder analysis Identify the key elements to include in a stakeholder profile List the steps in a ladder of participation Identify categories and methods of participation for each stakeholder
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Description: Many training books are written and this booklet is a collection of practical tips based on experience from the authors as well as existing literature. This booklet is by no means complete, and was originally written as part of the facilitators guide of the Rapid Containment training package.
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Description: What makes one training experience better than another? Effective training can help providers of family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH) services to improve their performance. This handbook summarizes the tasks that should be completed at each stage of training to ensure an effective training course. This handbook will be useful to anyone who has a role in the management, design, delivery, or evaluation of group-based training for healthcare professionals who are currently providing services such as in-service training
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