4286.0 Community Based Primary Health Care

Tuesday, November 9, 2010: 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
This session will analyze Community Based Primary Health Care in terms of social justice and equitable access to care.
Session Objectives: * Identify the principles of Community Oriented Primary Care(COPC) in relation with social justice. * Discuss the relevance of COPC to achieve social justice in different socio-economic and cultural contexts. * Describe the purpose of performing a study visit burden analysis for community-based research.
Paul Freeman, DrPH , MBBS MHP

Estimating study visit burden: An important planning tool for community-based research
Norman Goco, MHS, Mark Kindem, MS, Manolo Mazariegos, MD, Adrien Lokangaka, MD, Neelofar Sami, MBBS, Edna Imenda, Marion Koso-Thomas, MD, MPH and Nancy Krebs, MD, MS
Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) and social justice: A global view
Jaime Gofin, MD, MPH, Goncal Foz, MD, Family Physi, Ramiro Draper, MD, Elizabeth Ponce, MD, MPH, Camilo Valderrama, MD, MPH, PhD and Rosa Gofin, MD, MPH
Assessment of Coverage, Quality, and Equitable Utilization of a Primary Health Care program in Guatemala
Meredith Fort, MPH, PhC, Juan Carlos Verdugo, MD, MPH, Lidia Morales, MD, MA, Carmen Arriaga, MD, Anabella Perez, MD, Zully Hernandez, MD, MPH and Francisco Zamora, MD, MPH

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Community Health Workers, Social Work

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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