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This is a free, and self-paced course that provides online health education and certification for tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS. The health workers can learn about the cultural and community standards, as well as the science involved in the spread, prevention, and the treatment of the two diseases. Moreover, the health workers can better understand HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis to equip themselves with the skills in providing health education on these topics.

Key features of the course


After the completion of this course, the students shall be able to understand:

  • The symptoms and risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS and TB
  • How these diseases are spread and the primary preventive measures to avoid becoming infected
  • The importance of maintaining and strengthening immunity among people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Promotion of the treatment for TB
  • How to deliver informed and effective health promoting presentations


Modules

The course has been designed keeping in view the learning needs of health workers, whereby they shall be able to enhance their understanding regarding the core concepts involved in the spread, prevention, and treatment of both HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB). Moreover, the course also endeavors to produce higher learning outcomes through the self-paced interactive lessons. A mandatory quiz is also available for students to test their knowledge.
Interactive learning module on Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) and Tuberculosis (TB)
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How It Works

Study Material

This self-paced course has been designed in a manner, that enhances understanding of the core concepts, and provides easy to access learning materials. The course uses a range of study tools, such as, pre-recorded videos, lecture slides, quizzes and assignments, and is developed by a team of dedicated health education experts.

Getting Help

Connect with other students through the discussion forum, where you can easily discuss the course or debate the ideas. Need more help? Your instructors are also available online to answer any questions you might have.

Extend Your Career with a Verified Certificate

POLHN self-paced courses are recognised by Pacific Ministries of Health. Once you have successfully completed the course, you will receive an official certificate. This certificate can be used for credit to gain CPD points.

Course Questions & Answers

Course Summary

Course code: HIV-AIDS / TB
Average length: 2 hours
Effort: 10 hours
Number of modules: 5
Institution: World Health Organization (WHO)
Subject: HIV-AIDS/TB
Language: English
Mode: Self-paced
Status: Ongoing

Course author

Pacific Health Security

Communicable Diseases and Climate Change

World Health Organization | Division of Pacific Technical Support | Suva, Fiji

POLHN has dedicated public health professionals in its DPS research team who have decade long experiences in Health Security & Emergencies , NCDs and Health Through the Lifecourse, Health Systems.

Course focal point

Name:
Pacific Health Security

Technical support

Name:
Muhammad Noman Ali

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