Global Child Health Curriculum
Developed in 2011 by the Candian Paediatric Society's Global Child and Youth Health Section, the Global Child Health Curriculum is a training program designed to provide Canadian paediatric trainees with foundational knowledge around global child health issues.
The curriculum is made for educators and consists of four, one-hour interactive modules that have been designed to be taught as an educational series or standalone pieces, easily integrated into existing residency curricula. The modules focus on:
- Global Child Mortality
- Fever in the Returned Child Traveller
- Children and Youth New to Canada
The complete educational package includes the Trainer Manual and a DVD with PowerPoint presentations and additional reference documents such as resident handouts, multiple choice questions, structured clinical exam cases, and interactive activities and videos.
Finanical support was received from the following groups/institutions:
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada,
- University of Montreal Centre de pédagogie appliquée aux science de la santé,
- Ste-Justine Hospital, Department of Education,
- Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Department of Paediatrics, and
- Children's Hopsital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute.