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Training Curriculum Part 3

By globalbridges

In this webinar series, experts from around the world will share their perspectives and experience developing and using training curricula. In this video you will hear perspectives from Dongbo Fu of the World Health Organization.

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Distance Learning Overview

By globalbridges

An overview of the Catalan Institute’s distance learning program (in Spanish) and a brief summary of its Global Bridges/Pfizer grant project.

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Training Curriculum Part 2

By globalbridges

In this webinar series, experts from around the world will share their perspectives and experience developing and using training curricula. In this video you will hear perspectives from Wael Safwat, MD of the Association for Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence (ATTUD).

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Training Curriculum Part 1

By globalbridges

In this webinar series, experts from around the world will share their perspectives and experience developing and using training curricula. In this video you will hear perspectives from Dr. Feras Hawari of the King Hussein Cancer Center in Amman, Jordan and Dr. Gustavo Zabert of the University of Comahue, Argentina, who developed and used Global Bridges training curricula with thousands of learners in their regions.

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Webinar: Waterpipe use from the Middle East to Western Countries

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This presentation discussed the epidemiology, toxicology, and harms of waterpipes, as well as what further research is needed and the challenges in providing treatment for those interested in quitting. It was presented as a webinar by Dr. Feras Hawari for Global Bridges on 26 February, 2014.

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Presentación virtual: Humo de segunda mano y riesgos cardiovasculares

By globalbridges

Los profesionales de la salud, incluso aquellos relacionados con la salud cardiovascular, son conscientes que el tabaco es uno de los principales factores de riesgo para muchas enfermedades, pero la mayoría de ellos no han sido entrenados para reconocer al consumo de tabaco como una adicción, no son conscientes de los mecanismos por los cuales el consumo de tabaco y la exposición al humo del tabaco causan daños cardiovasculares.  La mayoría de ellos tampoco han sido entrenados sobre cómo abordar al paciente fumador en su práctica clínica diaria y como usar los medicamentos para el tratamiento de la dependencia al tabaco.  Esta conferencia tiene la intención de informar  a los asistentes sobre todos estos temas y estimularlos a obtener más información sobre ellos.

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