The joint WONCA Working Party on Rural Practice (Rural WONCA) and Toward Unity for Health (TUFH) Institute Series is being launched as part of the 17th Wonca World Rural Health Conference over four months starting 16th October with the conference opening ceremony.
Chairs: Bruce Chater; Roger Strasser; Pratyush Kumar; and Alejandro Avelino
We are committed to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable populations by creating communication and knowledge sharing e-learning platforms for global and national interprofessional and intersectoral communities of practice that build each participant’s respective capacity.
We are guided by the values that all teach and all learn and we all learn best by doing. Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, we connect health providers with global thought leaders in regular real-time collaborative sessions. The sessions, designed around case-based learning and mutual coaching, help Global and Regional Participants gain the knowledge and skills required to improve upon existing models and services.
The joint Rural WONCA and Network: Toward Unity for Health Institute Series discusses the delivery of care in rural areas in a sustainable manner and how rural health care may change in the future ensuring that it is accessible, high quality, and economically value-based.
Registration is Free
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Remote and Rural Institute Content
These sessions will be held from 10:00 – 11:00 am UTC Time Zone via Zoom.
The Sessions include three components:
1. Knowledge Sharing: Global Thought Leaders share their knowledge and expertise through curated 10-15minute lecture videos.
2. Case-Based Learning: Practitioners will share their experience through 5-minute case study videos.
3. Communities of Practice: Global Thought Leaders and Practitioners convene weekly (see schedule below) to mutually learn resulting in improved global and country policies and health services delivered from local people they know and trust.
The expert Lectures are recorded and available through the links below. Case studies recordings will be added. If interested in submitting a case study please email Nicholas Torres, Executive Director, TUFH at firstname.lastname@example.org