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Nursing and other 9 minute skillset menus to MOOC all over youth's world

Help map top 10 MOOC applications in a pro-youth world : maths, nursing , local food security -producer and consumer markets and community practices;...

Growing up soon after world war 2- first aid was a widely distributed skill. The most disastrous thing a country can do is over-professionalise ( linking in ambulance-chasing lawyers) basic healthcare. This makes all healthcare ever more expensive (until young nations are bankrupted by politicians and vetsed interests of old peoples), less universally accessible, and wastes the time of the most specific experts. Below:  in asking for your help in listing 9-minute skillset menus that youth can change the world with - we feature 2 lists: health oriented and other

.One of the most economic happenings in USA is webbing round in the Clinton's Arkansas - a largely rural state. Among 4 billion dollars of Obama 2009 federal funding for community broadband, Arkansas volunteered to be benchmark state for telemedicine. It was nice to hear that one of Arkansas top doctors is leading this network - as he says : Arkansas can only afford a few people with the 20 year training I have (and even if the state could afford more- why would the world's most trained healthcare experts want to be posted to the most out-of-the way spots in the state. SO what we need to do is distribute as much of my knowhow as possible so the basic measurements and responses can be mad on the ground anywhere and experts can get hooked in only when they are needed..

 

A skillset menu describes a cluster of practical skills you will need to be capable at offereing a specific basic service. You can then collaborate with like-minded [eers to search puth what MOOCs alreay offer free online skillset development. If your government is sensible to empowering future of youth (the opposiet of creating jobless generations), it will encouarge all schools to let teenagers try out as many of the skillsets as they like - and start designing apprenticeships so that youth get real world praCtice as soon as they can be hlepful and know enough to do no harm. South Africa is a world leader in such free teenager apprebtiuceship coleges, and it now attracts the woprld's most exciting entrepremneurial partners including Richard Branson and Google

Across our whole planet youth 's liuetime possibilities are shaped by a mobile age with million times more collaboration opportunities than previous generations ever had a chance to either professionalise or amateur (origin loving a practice so much that a peson mainly volunteers to communaly linkit in)

Consider how 99% of elderly nursing is watching for changes in vital signs (a simpleskilset menu) and calling up on the less than 1% of occasions when you need to hook in an expert.  Please note - each skillset menu should also be segmented by context - is the location high or low in terms of medical iand other infrastructures. Both continuous responders (to elderly, or pre-, post- maternity.) and first responders meet different types of emergencies by context, and need to use different sorts of equipment depending on such factios as mobile connectivity, access to electricity (vital for keeping many types of medicine cool) etc

 

 

..basic-medical skillset menus

individual elderly care/monitoring

infant and maternal nutrition including clean water, intervening in fever

midwide. matenitny pre- and during

first aid on call as needed in large crowd events

first responders basic skills

obesity clinics in the community

clinics in real or virtual community of practice for specific chronic diseaases

please suggest another basic medical skillset menu and also helo us linkin tesoiurces below- some of which are specific to a skillset, some of which show how fast all this open source skill knowhow can be linked together by worldwide youth

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.9 minutes on how your place's citizens can take back nutrition including food, water agricultural security and slow meal networks, community markets etc.

9 minutes on the most productive uses anyone can make of being linked in

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try out these emerging mooc modules from khan academy and stanford university - which help which of above skillset menus; if you could ask stanford to add one 9 minute training module what would you choose

  • Stanford School of Medicine

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  • Breastfeeding Learn how a mother is able to nourish a baby through breastfeeding
  • Asthma  Learn how asthma causes breathing difficulties in adults and children
  • Growth and Metabolism  Find out what helps you grow and how we can measure growth
  • Influenza  Learn about influenza symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. Most of all, get all of your questions answered about the flu vaccine!
  • Tuberculosis  Learn about tuberculosis and how it can be treated.

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