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Technical Documents

AMNET Workshop: Health Analysis and Decision-Making, with Special Emphasis on Chronic Noncommunicable Disease (San Salvador, El Salvador, 12–15 November 2008)
This mini-workshop--a joint activity of the CARMEN Policy and the CARMEN School, held at America's Network for Chronic Disease Surveillance (AMNET)--was an introduction to the issue of public policies and decision-making with emphasis on health, within the context of surveillance, prevention, control of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs). This page offers a summary in English and access to conference documentation in Spanish (plus a link to an earlier such course with documentation in English). (15/Nov/2008)
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10th International Course on Physical Activity and Public Health: Move for Health (2nd Course of the CARMEN School in Guatemala, Antigua, 13-16 November 2007)
This course provided training for national and community public health professionals in Guatemala on the topic of physical activity and health.(16/Nov/2007)
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Fourth Technical Conference on the Principles and Practice of Chronic Disease Surveillance (Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico, 9–12 November 2007)
Activity of the Americas' Network for Chronic Disease Surveillance (AMNET): The main thrust of this meeting was capacity-building in a university environment. Various training modules, workshops, and discussion groups were held, all on various areas of CNCD surveillance. This page provides a summary and access to the conference flyer, as well as a link to AMNET, of which PAHO is one of the sponsors.(12/Nov/2007)
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Teaching Tuberculosis in Schools of Health: Report of an Expert Consultation (Cartagena, Colombia, 6–8 October 2004)
Tuberculosis is a serious public-health problem, against which the DOTS strategy constitutes the most effective global tool for TB control. Recent studies clearly revealed that one of the major limitations in DOTS expansion concerns the lack of human resources (HR), both in numbers and in terms of adequate skills and abilities. This is PAHO's second meeting in Columbia with teaching representatives from the countries, following up on the initial situation analysis and recommendations on how to improve teaching on tuberculosis in universities; it focuses on how to promote effective involvement of health schools in tuberculosis control. This page offers the summary in English and access to the full-text report in Spanish.(8/Oct/2004)
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Training Manual, TATI Project
Under the training component of the TATI Project ("Tamizaje y Tratamiento Inmediato de Lesiones Cervicouterinas", or Screening and Immediate Treatment of Cervical Lesions), a Training Manual was prepared for use by health professionals. Its purpose is to provide a clear, detailed, and up-to-date summary of the essential topics that every health professional engaged in cervical cancer prevention and control programs must know. This page offers a summary of the forthcoming publication. (Word, 226 KB)(10/Jul/2001)
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