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title:
Developing health journalists: a training manual for improving news coverage of reproductive health
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year:
1993
place:
Triangle Park, North Carol. (US)
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pages:
209 p.
collation:
illustr., direct. p.192-201, bibliogr. p.202-209
comment:
"The manual aims to provide a guide to appropriate identification of participants for training, effective analysis of local news media training needs, workshop organization and design, and preparation of fund raising proposals. A step-by-step approach is used. Chapters focus on planning, participant selection, needs assessment, training schedules, training environment, training objectives, training approach, training curriculum, follow-up activities, and evaluation. The appendix includes guidelines on how to obtain funding and a list of resources including a list of available facilitators for training sessions. Health coverage is defined as coverage of reproductive health, family planning, maternal and child health, AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases, and related issues. The curriculum is organized with sequential learning activities. Supply requirements are a flip chart, magic markers, masking tape, notebooks, typewriters and paper, copier paper and photocopier or carbon paper, projectors and transparency sheets, and television or VCR for videos. Facilitators spend two half days in a mini-workshop. A variety of the following techniques are covered in training activities: safety, respect, open questions, handouts, gallery walks, brainstorming, engagement, sequence, recording a sample of responses, presenter, learner as subject, time for questions, reinforcement, experience, priming the pump, immediacy, feedback, echoing, dialogue, films, autonomy, analysis, accountability, role plays, generalized questions, and case studies." (abstract at Popline, http://www.popline.org/node/336522)
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10-Development-E 1993


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