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Nursing - who would you most like to present 10 minute training curriculum to millions of youth?

Here are some of the suggestions from our survey with Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus - we'd love to hear your suggestions - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or post below

1 From Barbara Parfitt - chief trainer and originator of the 3 year nearly free curriculum of Grameen Nursing College- a curriculum delivered every week out of the Dhaka headquarter offices of Grameen Bank to some of the smartest girls to have risen from village secondary schools

 

2 From Mr Sultan - who has helped Dr Yunus design grameen's $1 per month per family healthcare insurance-and operationally designed such replications as the aravind eyecre franchise- the world's most economical eyecare franchise imported by Grameen from India-one of whose core processes is training village girls to be eyecare specific nurses ( something that is up to 100 times quicker as  curriculum than a general all-purpose nurse)

2a a checklist tour of where social entrepreneurs have found it much more community economical to train nursing for a specific area rather than general nursing - this will need rapid updating as mobile apps change the amount of expertise a person needs to d the initial detection of whom needs expert care - for example village girls armed with mobile ultrasound can now hunt out which ne in ten mothers will need experts because of risk of difficult birth

 

3 From Larry Brilliant - whose work on ending infections diseases ended the last case of polio. Today he world with Jeff Skoll on a format called ILAB that is designed to help developing nations prevent plagues and other emergencies from spreading

 

4 Ola Founder of Nigeria Flying Doctor service. A remarkable Youth British-Nigerian entrepreneur whose training in emergency healthcare and flying helicopters took her to Japan among other supportative knowledge networking places

 

5 Eva Vertes- whose passion for researching cancer meant that she spent her last das as a teenager already doing world class research -understanding how she created her fast track at of action learning has lessons for anyone who lives in the internet age and wants to maximize the tie they spend at experiential edge of their own greatest competence

 

6 someone I am looking for most quaifued to offer a first guided tour of what mobile apps already exist in healthcare - eventually I see this as coming a whole curriculum but who can start it? Places I am looking include MIT (which has the most amazing demonstration of mobile medical apps I have ever seen in one location) and Melbourne where there are a cluster of m-medic and healthcare workers who want to share their knowhow with the world

 

7 The head coordinator in Arkansas of how that state use its share of the 4 billion dollar Obama community broadband program on telemedicine

8 A presentation from a high obesity region in usa of what nutritionalists would advise for families who never want to see their children fall into obesity

9 An annual student-led review of what extremely affordable healthcare solutions have emerged from the hundreds of cases relating to health pitched at youth entrepreneur competitions http://jobscompetitions.ning.com

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Naila wonderful event at www.women4empowerment.org   yesterday in Howard County
It happens that the John Hopkins is the number 1 coursera partner interested in free healthcare curriculum
do any of your doctors know how to get in touch with leaders of Hopkins to see if there is a way we could connect ABCD
A what hopkins already wants to celebrate as free healthcare curriculum
B what women4empowerment wants
C what yunus wants
D what other community  healthcare partners want
frustratingly yunus and the head of hopkins keytnoted this month at vidar's world congress in DC; if you feel you have enough influence with him then go for it but I know if I do the big youth linking opportunity will be trodden on unless I have something signed by yunus first
i chatted to head of usaid, okada, astronaut garon, marchant but not faber of danone about free university at yunus congress gold medal - if you have contacts to any of them please reignite them
meanwhile I lobbed this post into the discussion group of the 100000 online students currently taking hopkins online community health course  Community Change in Public Health  Free course starts Apr 22nd, to Jun 3rd
Coming from Britain (where the system may not be efficient but eg many nurses live a life of care/service as joyfully celebrated in the spectacle that penned London Olympics)  the culture shock of USA healthcare is quite frightening
I realise this collaboration suggestion is an over-simplification but let's suppose you live in a part of America where you want to rebuild community
I would start with a virally designed survey: which health experts around here are in to serve health not specifically to make as much money as possible?
Find every way your community can celebrate, as well as get youth to action learn from these people who love to serve health,  and map all associated knowhow such as massive open online  curriculum of nutrition - (eg collaboration in preventing obesity ought to be a curriculum at 8th grade both online and in every real school in your community)
PLANTING 1000 SEEDS There are small examples of this happening, and they tend to be in usa regions where a hospital system still exists designed around purposeful goal like making sure nobody dies of a curable disease. I believe it is true that John Hopkins is such a network. 
Perhaps only in neighbourhoods of a hi-trust hospital like John Hopkins could you see in USA an event like that which I enjoyed yesterday. Dozens of doctors has taken over a medical services building for the day to offer thousands of families free health screening involving about 20 kinds of tests including diabetes, cholesterol, anemia, thyroid, blood pressure, cancer screening, stroke risk, dental, vision, hearing, asthma, depression -the community group that connected this was  www.women4empowerment.org ( For sake of transparency I should say I first met one of the leaders of this movement when she was in Bangladesh helping Congress Gold Medal Winner Muhammad Yunus with all sorts of community technology and mobile experiments that support his Nobel Prize dream of building free nursing colleges)
FREEING MARKET OF COMMUNITY HELTHCARE & JOB-CREATING EDUCATION It could be that there is some kind of magic set of links to be made between coursera type platform, the knowhow of a hospital system like Hopkins, the demand to make community wellness festivals popular from age 12 up, what mobile technology and community broadband can linkin for the first time, and extreme community entrepreneurs working in villages with historically the greatest healthcare challenges in the world.
ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL VILLAGE SERVICE Forty years ago some friends and I first saw some students experimenting with early digital networks. It has become a lifetime hobby of mine to explore how faith in empowering local service is a borderless challenge. I am sure that Bangladesh would happily admit that it can't solve its economics of healthcare challenges without learning from USA but conversely right now it may be as important that social networks of Americans also admit they cant solve their economics of healthcare challenges without learning from Bangladesh.

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