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EuTEACH Modules

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There are 25 modules which cover subject matter ranging from defining adolescence and overview of adolescent bio-psychosocial development to the design of youth friendly health services. Each module typically beings with an entry scenario. The entry scenario addresses a variety of issues and problems associated with the module topic. It may be used at the beginning of the course to stimulate participants to identify their own needs and interests. The results may then be utilized by the individual to assess their own learning processes, or be integrated with course objectives.

After the entry scenario, modules also have a short list of general goals for learners. These typically itemize the skills that participants should have acquired after completing the module.

Each module provides a set of objectives that focus mainly on the acquisition of specific knowledge, attitudes or skills. Depending on the nature of the objective, various educational approaches, with applied examples are provided (see the section on teaching methodology and teaching resources).

Basic themes

Title of module Content of module Related slides
A1. Definition of adolescence and bio-psychosocial development during adolescence A1 (2016)  (347 Ko) A1 (2016)  (4485 Ko)
A2. The family: Influences and dynamics A2 (2011)  (602 Ko) A2 (2017)  (1634 Ko)
A3. Communication and interviewing skills A3 (2016)  (264 Ko) A3 (2016)  (1800 Ko)
A4. Confidentiality, consent, rights, access and personal advocacy A4 (2016)  (713 Ko) A4 (2016)  (2831 Ko)
A5. Context and impact : socio-economic, cultural, ethnic and gender issues A5 (2016)  (263 Ko) A5 (2016)  (1508 Ko)
A6. Resources, resilience, exploratory and risk behaviors A6 (2014)  (595 Ko) A6 (2016)  (3598 Ko)
A7. Addressing ethical issues in clinical care and public health A7 (2016)  (697 Ko) A7 (2016)  (453 Ko)

Specific themes

Title of module Content of module Related slides
B1. Growth and puberty B1 (2016)  (817 Ko) B1 (2016)  (17105 Ko)
B2. Male adolescent health Work in progress
B3. Sexual and reproductive health B3 (2014)  (308 Ko) B3 (not updated)  (931 Ko)
B4. Common medical conditions of adolescence B4 (2011)  (274 Ko) B4 (2016)  (3026 Ko)
B5. Chronic conditions B5 (2014)  (613 Ko) B5 (2017)  (4163 Ko)
B6. Mental health B6 (2016)  (284 Ko) B6 (2016)  (895 Ko)
B7. Eating disorders B7 (2016)  (295 Ko) B7 (2016)  (7135 Ko)
B8. Substance use and misuse B8 (2016)  (325 Ko) B8 (2016)  (2253 Ko)
B9. Injuries and violence, including accidents, self-harm, abuse, etc. B9 (2011)  (262 Ko) B9 (2017)  (3111 Ko)
B10. Functional disorders B10 (2016)  (304 Ko) B10 (2016)  (1497 Ko)
B.11 Adolescents, internet & ICTs B11 (2016)  (300 Ko) B11 (2016)  (624 Ko)
B12. Nutrition, exercise and obesity B12 (2014)  (287 Ko) B12 (2017)  (5660 Ko)

Public health themes

Title of module Content of module Related slides
C1. Overview of adolescent health : epidemiology and priorities C1 (2014)  (294 Ko) C1 (2017)  (10136 Ko)
C2. Public health as applied to young people aged 10 to 19 years C2 (2014)  (755 Ko) C2 (2017)  (6195 Ko)
C3. Advocacy for the health of young people aged 10 to 19 years C3 (2014)  (370 Ko) C3 (2015)  (309 Ko)
C4. Health education and promotion, including school health C4 (2016)  (638 Ko) C4 (2015)  (1813 Ko)
C5. Youth friendly health services C5 (2011)  (378 Ko) C5 (2017)  (4279 Ko)

Education

Title of module Content of module Related slides
D1. Training of trainers in adolescent health D1 (2013)  (920 Ko) D1 short (2016)  (1050 Ko)
D1 comprehensive (2006)  (9456 Ko)
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