THE NCDS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE BY OGWENO STEPHEN HITS 500+ STUDENTS IN JUST 2 MONTHS.

The NCDs for public health is an online course developed and taught by Ogweno Stephen under an incredible partnership with Stowelink Inc, Talanta institute, Tujuze learning and Udemy. The course just hit the 500+ student mark. The course has high reviews and is taken by students from all over the world. This course is a big step for Stowelink in the direction of creating literacy and access to education for NCDs in Africa and across the globe.

The Non-Communicable Diseases For Public Health Course will introduce the learners to what non-communicable diseases. The main aim of this short course is to enhance literacy on non-communicable diseases in a bid to improve better health outcomes through the application of the course content to daily life. This course can be taken by individuals, community health workers, teachers, students and even parents in a bid to learn about various non communicable diseases and on how to prevent and control them.

The course contains 9 modules and has been developed in simple easy to understand language that can be understood by the general population. It adapts the use of videos, images and audios to enhance learning. The course will also provide additional course content and research papers required to giver the learner deeper understanding of the topic.

We are hoping that through this course, you will be more informed, you will have fun while learning and that you will share your learnings with someone else. Information is power and relevant information on non-communicable diseases has never been important as it is currently.

Enroll today to the course for free and share it with your networks as well on the link below

https://www.udemy.com/course/non-communicable-diseases-for-public-health/

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