27Aug 2015

MOTHER & CHILD AND MATERNAL HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (CRPS)

Mother & Child health care is big challenge in rural areas, especially maternal health in coastal areas of Sindh. The need for effective strategies for delivery of healthcare to rural women is paramount and requires a study of maternal perceptions and experiences of the healthcare system. Indus Earth Trust is announcing the TOT on Mother & Child Health care, Nutrition & First Aid for Community Resource Persons (CRPs).

Indus Earth Trust invites the application from the highly professional Individuals & qualified master trainer in the field of Mother & Child and Maternal Health Care. (Only Female Doctors can apply)

Trainer

Qualification – Minimum Bachelors in MBBS

Experience – Minimum Three years as Master Trainer

 

Training

Training Topic – Mother & Child and Maternal Health Care

Training Venue – Makli – Thatta

Training Dates31 Aug – 9 Sep, 2015

Training Language – Sindhi Urdu

Training Material – Sindhi

 

Training Objectives

  • To enhance conceptual understanding of trainers role in adult learning theory  and participatory training technique
  • Mother Child Health Care Preventives
  • Reduce the rate of fetal and infant deaths
  • Increase the proportion of pregnant women who receive early and adequate prenatal care
  • Increase the proportion of infants who are breastfed
  • Practically Demo of First Aid activity
  • Open defection hazards

 

Learning Style

The basic learning strategy for CRPs is ‘learning by Doing’. This is accomplished through lectures, tutorial, practical work and group discussion. Highly effective approaches have to use in CRPs training. This program is an excellent combination of interactive tutorial, demonstration, extensive field work led by specialized professional Doctors, brainstorming session and evaluation.

 

Day – 1                                                                                                                              

Introductory Class

  • Introduction/ why are you here.
  • What we want from you?
  • How you will be trained?
  • What will be your duties?
  • What is importance of this course?
  • What are responsibilities?
  • What changes will be in your life due to this training?
  • What is health?
  • How can we achieve better health?
  • What is hygiene?
  • What is importance of hygiene to health?
  • Why is this necessary to cleanse your body?
  • Why is important to keep Home and surrounding clean?
  • How is possible to take care of patients hygiene? What diseases can be spread out due to uncleanliness?

 Day 2

  • What is VITAL SIGN?
  • What is temperature?
  • What is Thermometer?
  • Type of Thermometer
  • How we check Temperature?
  • What is the normal temperature of elders and younger ones?
  • What is Pulse?
  • What is normal Pulse in elders and younger ones?
  • In which parts of the body Pulse can be checked?
  • What is Blood Pressure?
  • How Blood Pressure is examined?
  • What is the normal Blood Pressure of elders and younger ones?
  • What is Respiration?
  • Explain the method to check Respiration.
  • What is the normal Respiration in elders and younger ones?

Question Answers

Discussion on Social Problems

Test/Test result

Day 3

  • Explain the losses due to use of Drugs.
  • Problems faces by women and men due to Alcohol and Drugs.
  • Explain the disease caused by Tobacco.
  • Explain the ways out to Drugs.
  • What are Mental Diseases?
  • Explain the reasons of Mental Diseases.
  • Explains the symptoms of Mental Diseases.
  • How Health and Mental Health can be achieved?

Questions and Answers

Discussion on Social Issues

Test/Test result

Day 4

  • What is Water?
  • What is pure Water?
  • What are the methods to purify water?
  • What is the quantity of water in our body?
  • How much quantity of water should we drink daily?
  • What is water loss?
  • When is water loss?
  • Is this a disease?
  • Explain the reasons and signs of water loss.
  • What precautions are made after signs of water loss?
  • What age group is effected by water loss?
  • Which age group is most effected by water loss?
  • Importance of ODF
  • Open Defection and its Hazards

Day 5

  • What Diet should be given after its signs?
  • What should do in critical loss of water condition in children?
  • How much water children should drink?
  • Which disease can effect children due to water loss?
  • What are the symptoms of water loss in children?
  • What can we do to avoid water loss?

Questions and Answers

Discussion on social issues

Day 6

  • What is Nutrition?
  • What do you mean by Balanced Diet?
  • Balanced Diet Consists of which Nutrition?
  • What are the benefits of food full of Nutrition?
  • What are the losses if food is not full of Nutrition?
  • Is a patient can be healthy due to Balanced Diet?
  • What is difference between Basic food and Supportive food?
  • How better nutrition can be achieved in less income?
  • How many groups are there in Nutrition?
  • What is the importance of balance Diet in children?
  • How health chart of children health can be read?
  • What are the diseases caused by impure food?
  • What are the disease can be if growth is not better?

 

Day 7

  • Mother Child Health Care Preventives
  • Safe Delivery
  • Immunization
  • Checkup during Pregnancy
  • What is vaccine?
  • Explain the importance of vaccine.
  • What is vaccine chart?
  • What is cold chain?
  • What can be the diseases in case of incomplete vaccination?
  • Is the vaccine is just for children?
  • Why is a disease?
  • Write the names of different diseases.
  • What is the Transitive Disease?
  • Write down the names of transitive diseases
  • What is Malaria?
  • What are the symptoms of Malaria?
  • Which Mosquito causes Malaria?
  • How can be avoided by Malaria?
  • Which is the test to affirm Malaria?
  • What is Dengue?
  • What are the symptoms of Dengue?
  • What is the recognition of Dengue Mosquito?
  • How can be avoided by Dengue?
  • What safety measures are to be taken to avoid Dengue?
  • What is typhoid?
  • What are the symptoms of Typhoid?
  • Is it possible to cure Typhoid?

Questions/ Answers

Discussion on social issues

Test/Test result

 

Day 8

  • What is flu?
  • How much water should be drunk in Flu?
  • How can be avoided by Flu?
  • What is Chronic Cough?
  • Is the Chronic Cough dangerous?
  • What is Pneumonia?
  • How Pneumonia affects?
  • What care should be done in Pneumonia?
  • Is it possible to cure Pneumonia?

Question/Answers

Discussion on social issues

Test/Test result

 

Day 9

  • What is Hepatitis?
  • How Hepatitis spread?
  • Is it possible to cure Hepatitis?
  • How many types of Hepatitis are there?
  • How Hepatitis A Spreads?
  • Is it possible to cure Hepatitis A?
  • What safety measures are to be taken in Hepatitis A?
  • How Hepatitis B Spreads?
  • Is it possible to cure Hepatitis B?
  • What safety measures are to be taken in Hepatitis B?
  • How Hepatitis C Spreads?
  • Is it possible to cure Hepatitis C?
  • What safety measures are to be taken in Hepatitis C?

Question/Answers

Discussion on social issues

Test/Test result

 

Day 10

  • What is First Aid?
  • What is importance of first aid?
  • What are the principles of First Aid?

Explain the First Aid of the following

  • What are the First Aids of Snake bite, Scorpion bite, Dog bite, Cat bite, Spider bite, Foot Twist, Poison, Fire?
  • Practical Session on First Aid.

Question/Answers

Discussion on social issues

 Test/Test result

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