Community Health Management Course
Community Health Management Course: A Design
Reynaldo O. Joson,
MD, MHA, MHPEd, MS Surg
Community Health Management I
At the end of the course, the student must be able to:
1. Make a community diagnosis of his assigned community.
2. Formulate a 4-year comprehensive plan to solve the health problems of his assigned community.
3. Conduct public health education on hygiene as a promotive and preventive factor in health.
4. Train a group of barangay health workers in his assigned community on basic promotive, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative care.
5. Manage a health care unit in his assigned community.
6. Demonstrate skills of a primary health care physician in his assigned community.
7. Demonstrate problem-based learning skills.
8. Demonstrate self-directed learning skills.
Learning Strategies and Activities:
1. Under the guidance of the community preceptor,
1.1 Make a courtesy call on the community leaders and the health sector.
1.2 Make a community diagnosis.
1.3 Formulate a 4--year health plan.
1.4 Accomplish all the prescribed learning objectives.
2. Group meeting once a week or more often with the preceptor to discuss problems and progress of projects and programs.
3. Submit a logbook to contain
3.1 All patients seen and handled.
3.2 All activities undertaken.
3.3 Experiential learning report
4. Submit accomplishment reports.