Friday, December 3, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

(GH003) Determinants of Global Health



LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

– Discuss the important role of understanding the determinants of global health
– Review the five categories of health determinants
– Discuss the health risks of indoor air pollution and contaminated water
– Review the four categories of genetic diseases
– Discuss major gender and age determinants of global health
– Discuss the close linkages between social environmental determinants and healthy behaviors
– Review the importance of deep beliefs and values informing cultural institutions and behaviors
– Discuss the 5 support functions communities provide for members
– Discuss the how healthcare access is linked to the economy and healthcare payment systems of a country
– Discuss the importance of integration to improve global health

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REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS AND GET MORE:

Register for this class on TRAIN, the Public Health Foundation’s Learning Network, to take the quiz, earn Certified Public Health continuing education credit, and qualify for a Certificate of Completion. Go to https://www.train.org/ND/course/1090897

COURSE PROVIDER:

This curricula is brought to you by North Dakota Public Health Training Network (NDPHTN). We provide asynchronous, practice-based training for the public health workforce around the world. Learn more about us at https://www.ndphtn.com

INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Terry Dwelle is the former North Dakota State Health Officer and the current President and Educational Director of North Dakota Public Health Training Network (NDPHTN). He has over 40 years of clinical and public health experience in the United States, Eastern Europe, Latin and South America, and Central and East Africa.

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