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IPHU Savar, Nov 2018. Resources Page

The purpose of this page is to provide access to resources developed for or during the Savar IPHU. See below.

Evaluation

All participants are requested to complete the online course evaluation here.

In addition the access to medicines participants are requested to complete their IPHU final assessment form here.

Access to medicines participants are also requested to complete a further evaluation form download here and send it to iphubangladesh2018@gmail.com. You are requested to submit this form before 2 PM on 13/11/2018. Please note that the A2M conclusion form and A2M evaluation form are two different documents.

On this page:

Objectives

See course objectives here.

Program overview

Program overview here

Practical matters

Evaluation. IPHU courses are carefully evaluated as part of learning how to do it better (more on evaluation here). Nightly Program Committee meetings (open to everyone) and the Smiley reports are key mechanisms for in-course evaluation. The Smiley template can be downloaded here in Word format (here) for editing and posting for each day.There is also an end of course evaluation.

Social events. Evening social events are an important part of the IPHU experience (cultural events, films, etc). These are entirely participant organised.

Documentation. A disparate range of resources are produced during the IPHU (including precious photographs). The documentation collective collects these so that they can be made available to everyone after the course. See below for the daily reports of common phase and the medicines stream (prepared by Anoob, Arathi, Krishna, and Montse), and the gender stream (prepared by Melanie and Marta).

Social media. We use social media to communicate among ourselves and with the outside communities watching this IPHU. The social media group takes the lead in making this happen.

Logistics and arrangements

Logistics note here.

Pre-readings

See full list of readings on access to medicines. This is quite a large list and includes many references for use after the course. The priority references for use during particular sessions of the course are advised on the relevant daily schedules page (see below).

Readings on Gender and Health linked here

See under days and sessions below for more pre-readings

Daily Resources: Common Phase

Day 1, Tuesday 6 Nov

Day 1 Schedule

Key pre-reading

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Presentations

Day 1 report

Day 2, Wednesday 7 Nov

Day 2 Schedule

Current issues in health systems. Following a brief presentation on health systems generally, participants are requested to select one or two of the following six readings and come prepared to contribute to a discussion about that chapter including its relevance to the struggle for health in their country and on how PHM could work more effectively in that area.

Current issues in the social determination of health. After a brief presentation on the social determination of health participants are requested to select one or two of the following six readings and come prepared to contribute to a discussion about that chapter including its relevance to the struggle for health in their country and on how PHM could work more effectively in that area.

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