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close this bookTeacher's Guide on Basic Environmental Health (WHO, 1999, 327 p.)
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View the documentAcknowledgements
close this folderPart One: Teaching environmental health
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close this folderIntroduction
View the documentPurpose of the Teacher’s Guide
View the documentHow the guide is structured
View the documentHow to use the guide
close this folderTeaching approach
View the documentParticipatory education
close this folderOrganizing a course or workshop
close this folderCurriculum development
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View the document1. Goals and objectives
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close this folder4. Selected teaching methods
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View the document4.1 Small group exercises
View the document4.2 Role-play
View the document4.3 Discussion starters (triggers)1
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View the document4.5 Discussion
View the document4.6 Planning deck
View the document4.7 Prioritizing/planning
View the document4.8 Student presentations
View the document4.9 Learning activities outside the classroom
View the document4.10 Distance learning
View the document4.11 Computer-assisted learning
close this folder5. Audiovisual materials
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View the document5.1 The overhead projector (OHP) and transparencies
View the document5.2 Slides
View the document5.3 Flip charts (or blackboards)
View the document6. Reading list, resources
View the document7. Timetabling
View the document8. Evaluation
View the document9. Follow-up
close this folderTeaching facilities, equipment, materials
View the document1. Facilities
View the document2. Equipment and materials
View the documentPreparation for teaching the course or workshop
close this folderPart Two: Sample learning activities
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close this folderChapter 1: Overview
View the document1.1. Environmental health hazards in your country
View the document1.2. Problem solving exercise: The impact of schistosomiasis haematobium on women in Cameroon1
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close this folderChapter 2: Nature of environmental health hazards
View the document2.1. Overview of environmental health hazards
View the document2.2. Question “can”*
View the document2.3. What’s in this stuff?
View the document2.4. Problem-solving exercise: Environmental estrogens
close this folderChapter 3: Risk assessment
close this folder3.1. Participatory field visits
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close this folder3.1.1. Sample field visits
View the documentA. Water purification and recirculation plant
View the documentB. Informal food traders
View the documentC. Sewage treatment plant
View the documentD. Solid waste facility: Bale and rail
View the document3.2. The relationship between dose and health outcome: Dose-response versus dose-effect
close this folderChapter 4: Risk management
View the document4.1. Problem-solving exercise: Emergency response to a PCB fire
View the document4.2. Problem-solving exercise: Mercury poisoning in the Amazon
close this folder4.3. The role of community involvement
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View the document4.3.1. Worksheet questionnaire: Introduction to risk communication
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close this folderChapter 5: Air
View the document5.1. Problem-solving exercise: Epidemic asthma
View the document5.2. Problem-solving exercise: AECI/MACASSAR sulfur fire
close this folderChapter 6: Water and sanitation
View the document6.1. Problem-solving exercise: Water for Tonoumassť, a village in Togo
View the document6.2. Role-play: Waterborne outbreak in a Romanian town
View the document6.3. Problem-solving exercise: Water availability and trachoma1
close this folderChapter 7: Food and agriculture
View the document7.1. Typical cases of foodborne diseases
View the document7.2. Problem-solving exercise: Pesticide poisoning - an outbreak among antimalarial workers1
View the document7.3. Problem-solving exercise: Toxic encephalopathy from a seafood toxin
View the document7.4. Problem-solving exercise: Hazard assessment in food production2
close this folderChapter 8: Human settlements and urbanization
View the document8.1. Round robin on human settlements and urbanization
View the document8.2 Worksheet questionnaire: Health effects of motor vehicle air pollution
View the document8.3. Problem solving exercise: Building a healthy city - the case of Managua, Nicaragua
close this folderChapter 9: Health and energy use
View the document9.1. Introductory exercise: Health and energy
View the document9.2. Problem-solving exercise: Nuclear energy - a safe alternative?
close this folderChapter 10: Industrial pollution and chemical safety
View the document10.1. Problem-solving exercise: Occupational exposure to inorganic lead
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View the document10.3. Lecture/demonstration on personal protective equipment and methods for atmospheric monitoring
close this folderChapter 11: Transboundary and global health concerns
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close this folderChapter 12: Action to protect health and the environment
View the document12.1 Problem-solving exercise: Ethical analysis for decision-making in environmental health
View the document12.2. Action planning exercise
View the document12.3. Promoting activities to identify, control and prevent environmental health problems: Identifying obstacles and resources
close this folderAnnexes
View the document1. Pre-workshop questionnaire
View the document2. Selected bibliography
View the document3. Teaching methods chart
View the document4. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: The impact of chistosomiasis haematobium on women in Cameroon1
View the document5. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Environmental estrogens
View the document6. Dose-response/dose-effect curves: Transparencies
View the document7. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Emergency response to a PCB fire
View the document8. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Mercury poisoning in the Amazon
View the document9. Student’s version: Introduction to risk communication
View the document10. Sample risk communication scenario
View the document11. Student’s version: Worksheet for community involvement scenario
View the document12. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Epidemic asthma2
View the document13. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: AECI/MACASSAR sulfur fire
View the document14. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Water for Tonoumassť, a village in Togo
View the document15. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Water availability and Trachoma1
View the document16. Student’s version: Typical cases of foodborne diseases
View the document17. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Pesticide poisoning - an outbreak among antimalarial workers
View the document18. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Toxic encephalopathy from a seafood
View the document19. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Hazard assessment in food production
View the document20. Motor vehicle air pollution health effects worksheet
View the document21. Student’s version: Building a healthy city - the case of Managua, Nicaragua
View the document22. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Nuclear energy - a safe alternative?
View the document23. Student’s version: Problem-solving exercise: Occupational exposure to inorganic lead
View the document24. Student’s version: Ethical analysis for decision-making in environmental health
View the document25. Sample evaluation questionnaire