This screen shows Luis, your mentor. He helps guide you through the process and answers your questions along the way. He provides help when you need it from almost every page in the course.
This screen shows part of a discussion you are having with members of the Maternal and Child Health Workgroup. As in real life, when solving this public health problem you are expected to interact with concerned stakeholders from the community. These workgroup members provide a variety of opinions and resources to the learner.
Throughout the course you are given the opportunity to interact with real data representing the issues in the community.
When you have finished analyzing the community, you are asked to quantify the problem by creating a fishbone diagram. The fishbone diagram is an interactive tool useful for indicating cause and effect relationships.
Here you are asked to review an article about WIC. In the course you are expected to interact with real materials that address real issues.
For each of the interventions identified, there is information explaining its evidence, feasibility, impact, scope, and cost.
Discussions with the workgroup lead you to make decisions about the feasibility and impact of selected interventions.
A myriad of choices allows you to put together the exact proposal that you want.
The Department of Health provides you with feedback specific to the particulars of your proposal. The feedback is detailed and customized to the specific situation.