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close this bookEducational Handbook for Health Personnel (WHO, 1998, 392 p.)
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View the documentIdentification of your needs as an educator
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close this folderChapter 1: Priority health problems and educational objectives
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View the documentThe educational planning spiral
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View the documentThe actors involved in activities related to health care
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View the documentAssessment of professional skills
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View the documentTest construction specification table (for intellectual skills)
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View the documentChapter 5: How to organize an educational workshop
View the documentChapter 6: Index and glossary
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(introduction...)

Sixth Edition

J.-J. Guilbert

How to help educators to increase their skills so as to make learning easier for the students

World Health Organization, Geneva
1987

Revised and updated 1998

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