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close this folder Module 5: Nutrition
close this folder Session 28: Foods and nutrition
View the document Handout 28A: Three main food groups
View the document Handout 28B: Complementary vegetable proteins
close this folder Session 29: Recognizing malnutriton
View the document Handout 29A: How do you measure malnutrition:
View the document Handout 29B: Road to health chart
View the document Handout 29D: Anthropometric measures recording sheet
View the document Trainer Attachment 29A: Kwashiorkor
View the document Trainer Attachment 29B: Marasmus
View the document Trainer Attachment 29C: Detecting anemia and vitamin A deficiency
View the document Trainer Attachment 29D: Comparison of anthropometric measures
View the document Trainer Attachment 29E: Guidelines for interpreting nutrition surveillance data
View the document Trainer Attachment 29F: Examples of information to be recorded on a growth chart
close this folder Session 30: Breastfeeding and weaning
View the document Handout 30A: Local practices regarding infant feeding
View the document Handout 30B: Questions and answers about weaning
View the document Handout 30C: Guidelines for weaning
View the document Handout 30D: Methods and food sources to improve weaning foods
View the document Trainer Attachment 30A: The story of a bottle-fed child
View the document Trainer Attachment 30B: Breastfeeding and bottle-feeding: advantages & disadvantages
View the document Trainer Attachment 30C: The story of maya
View the document Trainer Attachment 30D: Sample problems in infant feeding
close this folder Session 31: Preventing malnutrition
View the document Trainer Attachment 31A: The story of Ali
View the document Trainer Attachment 31B: Case studies
close this folder Module 6: Maternal and child health
close this folder Session 32: Normal pregnancy and prenatal care
View the document Trainer Attachment 32A: Role play on pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 32B: The normal progression of pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 32C: Prenatal counselling
View the document Trainer Attachment 32D: Normal delivery
View the document Trainer Attachment 32E: Five essential steps to follow during the baby's birth
close this folder Session 33: High risk pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 33A: Examples of traditional practices and beliefs related to pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 33B: Causes of high risk pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 33C: Danger signs during pregnancy
View the document Trainer Attachment 33D: Role play/skit
View the document Trainer Attachment 33E: Complications during labor and delivery
View the document Trainer Attachment 33F: Critical incident regarding childbirth
close this folder Session 34: Well baby care
View the document Trainer Attachment 34A: Items to observe and ask family members
View the document Trainer Attachment 34B: The normal newborn
View the document Trainer Attachment 34C: Normal variations
View the document Trainer Attachment 34D: Recognition of the high-risk neonate
View the document Trainer Attachment 34E: Care of the newborn
View the document Trainer Attachment 34F: Stages in child development
View the document Trainer Attachment 34G: Making games for children
close this folder Session 35: Healthier families through child spacing
View the document Handout 35B: Methods of contraception
View the document Trainer Attachment 35A: Child spacing: for maternal and child health
View the document Trainer Attachment 35B: Child spacing story
View the document Trainer Attachment 35C: The menstrual cycle
View the document Trainer Attachment 35D: Dealing with rumors about contraception
View the document Trainer Attachment 35E: The male responsibility programme
close this folder Module 7: Disease in the developing world
close this folder Session 36: Recognition of immunizable diseases
View the document Handout 36A: Common childhood diseases
View the document Handout 36B: Answers to childhood diseases chart
View the document Handout 36C: Case studies
View the document Trainer Attachment 36A: Trainers glossary
View the document Session 37: Transmission of immunizable diseases
close this folder Session 38: Preventing and controlling the spread of disease
View the document Trainer Attachment 38A: Levels of prevention
close this folder Session 39: Dehydration assessment
View the document Handout 39A: Introduction to treatment of diarrhea
View the document Handout 39B: Assessing children with diarrhea
View the document Handout 39C: Who diarrhea treatment chart
View the document Handout 39D: Diarrhea and dehydration case assessments
View the document Trainer Attachment 39B: Guidelines for the presentation of the who diarrhea treatment chart
View the document Trainer Attachment 39C: Case studies for the treatment of diarrhea
close this folder Session 40: Rehydration therapy
View the document Handout 40A: Oral rehydration therapy preparation worksheet
View the document Trainer Attachment 40A: Materials and equipment needed for two oral rehydration therapy stations
View the document Trainer Attachment 40B: Explanation and overview of types of rehydration solution
View the document Trainer Attachment 40C: Using models to demonstrate diarrheal dehydration
View the document Trainer Attachment 40D: Five steps of diarrhea and its management
close this folder Session 41: Treatment, prevention and control of selected endemic diseases
View the document Handout 41A: Malaria
View the document Handout 41B: Onchocerciasis
View the document Handout 41C: Dracuncullasis (Guinea Worm)
View the document Handout 41D: Schistosomiasis
View the document Trainer Attachment 41A: Treatment schedule of malaria
View the document Trainer Attachment 41B: Problem story
close this folder Session 42: Improving health through safe water and a cleaner community
View the document Handout 42A: Sanitary survey form
View the document Handout 42B: Sanitation, water quality and the spread of disease
View the document Handout 42C: Water for the world
View the document Trainer Attachment 42A: Collecting, storing, and using water
View the document Trainer Attachment 42B: How to protect a spring
View the document Trainer Attachment 42C: How to build a latrine
View the document Trainer Attachment 42D: Taking care of your latrine
View the document Trainer Attachment 42E: How to make a rubbish pit
View the document Trainer Attachment 42F: Guidelines for safe food
View the document Trainer Attachment 42G: Role play instructions
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TECHNICAL HEALTH TRAINING MANUAL

Volume II

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March, 1985

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