Principles of Global Child Health: Education and Research

Principles of Global Child Health: Education and Research

  • Author: Laraque-Arena, Danielle; Stanton, Bonita F.
  • Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics
  • ISBN: 9781610021890
  • eISBN Pdf: 9781610021906
  • Place of publication:  Illinois , United States
  • Year of publication: 2018
  • Year of digital publication: 2018
  • Month: October
  • Pages: 455
  • Language: English
This indispensable resource provides a cohesive, sustainable, and ethical approach to medical education and research that addresses the health needs of children locally and globally. Areas covered include global health education and research efforts and substantive and sustainable approaches aimed at changing the health status of children, their families and communities through effective models of research and education.

Each chapter contains an abstract of the core concept; teaching points; history and context of the topic relating back to the perspective of high-, middle-, and low-income/resourced countries; core principles and competencies; and an environmental scan of the current state with identification of successes and gaps.

  • Operating Principles for Engaging in Global Education and Research
  • Domains of Competency for Global Health
  • Educational Models in Global Health Settings
  • Models for Global Health Research
  • Preface
  • Part 1: Operating Principles for Engaging in Global Education and Research
    • 1. Global Child Health Populations: A Community Pediatrics Framework and Relevance to Education and Research
    • 2. Evolution of Our Understanding of the Concept and Challenges of Global Health Research and Education
    • 3. Positive Strategies in Achieving Health for All Children: An Equity Framework and Its Effect on Research Design and Education
    • 4. Epidemiology and Social Determinants of Global Health as the Basis for Education and Research
    • 5. A New Development Matrix for Global Child Health
  • Part 2: Domains of Competency for Global Health
    • Preface
    • 6. Global Health Administrative Competencies
    • 7. Global Health Education Faculty Competencies
    • 8. Global Health Research Competencies
    • 9. Global Health Clinical Competencies
  • Part 3: Educational Models in Global Health Settings
    • 10. Purposeful and Mindful Leadership: An Educational Framework for Global Child Health
    • 11. A New Advocacy Paradigm for Education: The Role of Persistence
    • 12. Cross-cultural Training of Residents and Medical Students in Global Child Health
    • 13. The Role of Simulation in Health Education Globally: A Review of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program and Helping Babies Breathe
    • 14. Child Development: The Next Global Health Frontier
  • Part 4: Models for Global Health Research
    • 15. Environmental Hazards and Global Child Health: The Need for Evidence-Based Advocacy
    • 16. Implication of a Community-Based Participatory Research Model in a Behavioral Intervention Project in China
    • 17. Ethical Research in Global Child Health
    • 18. The GHESKIO Centers for Research in Haiti: An Education and Research Model in Action
    • 19. Injury Prevention Research and Global Child Health
    • 20. A Global Snapshot of Child Maltreatment and Child Protection
    • 21. Developing the Agenda for Global Child Health at the American Academy of Pediatrics
    • 22. Global Health Research: Role of Specialty Care
  • Appendixes
    • Appendix A: Faculty Competencies for Global Health
    • Appendix B: List of Abbreviations/Organizations
    • Appendix C: Glossary
  • Index



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