A two-week workshop to promote cardiovascular disease prevention programs in countries with limited resources.

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serval:BIB_C27301E07945
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Title
A two-week workshop to promote cardiovascular disease prevention programs in countries with limited resources.
Journal
Ethnicity & disease
Author(s)
Bovet P., Gervasoni J.P., Paccaud F.
ISSN
1049-510X
ISSN-L
1049-510X
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2003
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
13
Number
2 Suppl 2
Pages
S31-4
Language
english
Abstract
Training is a crucial tool for building the capacity necessary for prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) in developing countries. This paper summarizes some features of a 2-week workshop aimed at enabling local health professionals to initiate a comprehensive CVD prevention and control program in a context of limited resources. The workshops have been organized in the regions where CVD prevention programs are being contemplated, in cooperation with health authorities of the concerned regions. The workshop's content includes a broad variety of issues related to CVD prevention and control, and to program development. Strong emphasis is placed on "learning by doing," and groups of 5-6 participants conduct a small-scale epidemiological study during the first week; during the second week, they draft a virtual program of CVD prevention and control adapted to the local situation. This practice-oriented workshop focuses on building expertise among anticipated key players, strengthening networks among relevant health professionals, and advocating the urgent need to tackle the emerging CVD epidemic in developing countries.
Keywords
Cardiovascular Diseases, Developing Countries, Education, Professional, Health Care Rationing, Health Promotion, Humans, Program Development, Public Health, Staff Development
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