Focus Area: Training and Capacity Building of Health Workers
Solution: Training Workshops for Medical Staff
Geography: Mumbai, Pune, Delhi
AAA+ HealthCare Consultancy Services Private Limited (AAA HealthCare), a healthcare consulting company is dedicated in transforming the future of healthcare across the entire continuum of care, globally. AAA HealthCare will bring in efficiencies…
As per the Government’s advisory on managing human resources to scale up capacity of medical professionals in managing COVID patients, medical students can now be deployed to assist in COVID management. To bridge on-field experience for this cadre, AAA HealthCare will train medical professionals in critical skills focusing on COVID-related intensive care settings to mount an effective response to the pandemic.One-day intensive training workshops including management of COVID patients in critical conditions (ventilator, HFOC, IPC, clinical management) for about 4200 nurses and 700 doctors are proposed. This capacity building of healthcare professionals is designed to improve clinical management of moderate to severe patients and reduce COVID mortalities, optimize utilization of precious medical resources like oxygen & medicines and eventually create an additional cadre of trained medical staff for the long term.
The 4-hour training program will be conducted online or onsite (given the Covid restrictions) which will include the training module (2 hrs theory & 2 hrs practical) and an assessment. The certification partner is the Electronic Sector Skills Council of India (since ventilators fall under the category of medical equipment), a certificate will be issued to the trained candidates.
Over the next one year, support secured from USAID’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund will enable AAA HealthCare to implement these one-day training workshops, strengthening India’s overall healthcare ecosystem. Upon successful completion of the training modules, the program will extend its reach to more geographies, especially within healthcare centres which operate under low-resource settings.