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Canadian Paediatric Society

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 a trainer manual and 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:

  1. Global Child Mortality
  2. Undernutrition
  3. Fever in the Returned Child Traveller
  4. Children and Youth New to Canada


For a copy of the Global Child Health Curriculum email

We welcome feedback on use of the modules. Contact with comments and questions.

Finanical support was received from the following groups/institutions:

  • Healthy Generations Foundation
  • 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.

Last updated: Feb 8 2019