CASA's online midwifery program improves the quality of midwifery education in Mexico, expands access to midwifery education and promotes the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).

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Competition to get into public education programs is intensifying in Mexico and private options are out of reach financially for many.

CASA believes the future of higher education must include low-cost, online learning.

The virtual campus offers continuing education courses that provide midwifery tools and skills to traditional and professional birth attendants as well as other health professionals who want to improve maternal and newborn health outcomes in their community.

In 2014, CASA began online training for tutors and in 2015, ten healthcare professionals were chosen to begin this work in 2016.

They are midwives, nurses, physicians, and specialists from across Mexico that have taken online courses with CASA and love the educational process.

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The virtual campus seeks to create continuing education courses that provide midwifery tools and skills to traditional and professional birth attendants as well as other health professionals who want to improve the present and future for women and their families.

Objectives:

  • To provide information on maternal health, professional midwifery and information on ICT.

  • To encourage student online learning through tutors that provide personalized attention.

  • To offer original CASA courses and other external courses free of charge.

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Current Catalogue of Courses:

– Midwifery and ICT: an ideal combination (for students)
– Midwifery and ICT: an ideal combination (for Guatemalan students)
– Midwifery and ICT: an ideal combination (for qualified professionals)
– Teacher training in virtual and clinical environments for professional midwifery
– Introduction to the Professional Midwifery Model
– Navigating the Virtual Campus
– Midwives of the 21st Century: How to Use ICT

CASA’s Virtual Campus works in conjunction with the World Health Organization’s Public Health Virtual Campus and
Nodo México, which is managed by the Federal Health Secretary.

Virtual Campus News

08 Dec

Adult Education Students Graduation Ceremony

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On December 5th, CASA´s library held a certificate ceremony for the students who completed their primary and secondary studies through the National Institute for Adult Education (INEA) program. Two INEA representatives, José Luis Berra and Maria Guadalupe.
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Program Coordinator
P.P. Marlen Mejía
Phone (415) 154 6090/6060
campusvirtual@casa.org.mx

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