Healthy School Child
“Healthy child” is a term that refers to a child who is physically, mentally and socially healthy. This means that the child is not only free from illness or disease, but is also developing well in terms of their cognitive, emotional and social skills.
The Healthy School Child Programme is designed for healthcare professionals who care for children aged 5 to 12.
Comprehensive training on child health issues
This comprehensive elearning resource explores the role of the school-based team in assessing and supporting the health needs of children. It covers a wide range of topics, including common medical and development issues, communicating with children and special needs. The high-quality content is relevant to school nurses, general practitioners (family medical practitioners) and paediatricians around the world.
- Relevant to healthcare professionals globally
- Highly engaging content with photographs, questions and case studies
- Written and peer-reviewed by leading child health experts
This online healthy school child programme consists of 7 modules. Each module is divided into a number of easily manageable learning sessions. Learning session takes around 20 to 30 minutes each to complete.
- An introduction to 21st century school health
- Child health in primary schools
- Public and mental health problems for 5-12 year olds.
- Children with additional and long-standing illnesses or disabilities
- Common developmental and health issues
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