NATIONAL POLICY ON Ayush

6,641 views

Published on

NATIONAL POLICY ON Ayush

Published in: Health & Medicine
3 Comments
4 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total views
6,641
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
5
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
400
Comments
3
Likes
4
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

NATIONAL POLICY ON Ayush

  1. 1. NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY ON AYUSH AND PLANS AMRUTHA R 2ND YR MSc NSG MIMS CON
  2. 2. AYUSH • Department of INDIAN SYSTEM OF MEDICINE AND HOMEOPATHY – MARCH 1995 • Renamed in NOVEMBER 2003 as AYUSH
  3. 3. AIMS • Upgradation of AYUSH educational standards • Quality control and standardization of drugs • Improving the availability of medicinal plant material
  4. 4. AIMS • Research and development • Awareness development of efficacy of systems
  5. 5. NATIONAL POLICY on AYUSH 2002 OBJECTIVES • Promote good health and expand the outreach of health care • Ensure affordable AYUSH services • Facilitate availability of drugs
  6. 6. OBJECTIVES • Integrate AYUSH in health care delivery system and national programmes • Provide opportunity in the growth and development of all systems
  7. 7. PLANS FOR AYUSH
  8. 8. INFRASTRUCTURE • Medical colleges, registered medical practitioners, hospitals and dispensaries, drug manufacturing unit • Institutionally trained practitioners 488714 • Non Institutionally qualified practitioners 200088 • Number of colleges 437 • Admission capacity per annum in UG colleges 23280
  9. 9. • Number of drug manufacturing units 9832 • Number of hospitals 3841 • Number of beds in hospitals 65753
  10. 10. NATIONAL INSTITUTE SET UP BY THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT 1. National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan 2. National Institute of Unani Medicine, Bangalore, Karnataka 3. National Institute of Homoeopathy, Calcutta, West Bengal iv) 4. National Institute of Naturopathy, Pune, Maharashtra
  11. 11. • Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, New Delhi • National Institute of Siddha, Chennai, Tamil nadu. • National Ayurveda Hospital, New Delhi
  12. 12. Statutory Regulatory Bodies a) Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) b) Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH)
  13. 13. Functions of Regulatory Councils • To lay down standards of education • To ensure adherence to laid down standards • To maintain a Central Register of practitioners
  14. 14. • To recommend to the Central Government for recognition and withdrawal of medical qualifications awarded by Universities
  15. 15. Priority Programmes of AYUSH: • Standardization of Education & Continuing Medical Education (CME) • Medicinal plant Sector • Research & Development
  16. 16. • Information, Education and Communication (I.E.C.) & international collaboration; • Standardization and Quality Control of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homeopathy drugs; • Mainstreaming of A YUSH in National Health Care Delivery System.
  17. 17. SCHEMES FOR STRENGTHENING AYUSH • Strengthening of existing Under Graduate Colleges. • Assistance to Postgraduate Medical Education; • Re-orientation Training Programme of A YUSH Personnel • Short-term Continuing Medical Education (CME) Programme for General A YUSH Practitioners
  18. 18. • Scheme for Renovation and Strengthening of A YUSH Teaching Hospital • Scheme for Establishing of Computer Laboratories with internet facilities in selected A YUSH Colleges • Upgradation of A YUSH colleges to the status of State Model Institute of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani &.Homoeopathy
  19. 19. Policy Statement-1 Efforts would be made to integrate and mainstream ISM&H in health care delivery systems including National Programmes
  20. 20. Action Taken • Drugs in RCH programme • Pilot project relating to RCH • pilot project on National Diabetes Control Programme
  21. 21. Policy Statement 2 • A range of options for utilization of ISM&H manpower in the health care delivery system would be developed by assigning specific goal oriented role and responsibility to the ISM workforce. • An ISM&H wing would be encouraged and supported at the primary health care level.
  22. 22. Action Taken • Government Ayurvedic dispensaries • Ayurvedic doctors • Siddha doctors • integrating ISM&H systems in various Health Programmes.
  23. 23. Policy Statement- 3 States would be encouraged to re-enact or modify laws governing the practice of modern medicine by ISM practitioners so that there is clarity of the subject
  24. 24. Action Taken • use of allopathic medicines by ISM practitioners through gazette notifications/state government orders
  25. 25. Policy Statement-4 • Referral ISM hospitals in the motherland would be renovated, modernized and upgraded to provide the full range of ISM treatment • Identification of the hospitals would be made according to current availability of motivated staff, OPO & IPO attendance and locational advantages.
  26. 26. Action Taken • a scheme to provide RS.20 lakhs to renovate each Ayurvedic hospital
  27. 27. Policy Statement:5 • At the PHC and district hospital level, Central Government would encourage the setting up of specialty centres and ISM clinics & funds would be provided centrally for drugs listed in the Essential Drugs Lists
  28. 28. Action Taken • To set up Panchkarma/Ksharsutra clinics/centres in the existing allopathic hospitals • To fill up the gaps of scarcity of essential ISM&H drugs
  29. 29. Policy Statement-6 • Central government would assist speciality hospitals of allopathy who wish to establish Panch karma and Ksharsutra facilities
  30. 30. ACTION TAKEN • Financial assistance • five hospitals have been supported for establishment of specialty clinics of ISM&H with grant of first installment of Rs.42.55 lakhs
  31. 31. Policy Statement 7 • Private allopathic hospitals would be encouraged to set up specialist treatment centres of ISM&H and the hiring charges of • Vaidya s/Hakims/Homoeopa this reimbursed to such hospitals entering into research collaboration protocols
  32. 32. ACTION TAKEN • This issue is under consideration of the Central Government
  33. 33. Policy Statement-8 • States would be encouraged to consolidate the ISM infrastructure and raise the salary and social/professional status of ISM practitioners to encourage inflow of talent and an enhanced work-culture.
  34. 34. ACTION TAKEN • equal pay scales and promotion avenues for Ayurvedic doctors on the pattern of allopathic counterparts. • stipend forM.D.(Ayurveda) students Le., Rs.7000, Rs.7,500 and Rs.8,OOO for three year degree course
  35. 35. ACTION TAKEN • stipend to the Ayurvedic Post Graduate students equal to M.D. Allopathy students.
  36. 36. Government of India is providing assistance • Establishment of Specialized Therapy Centres with hospitalization facility • Establishment of Specialty Clinics of A YUSH • Supply of Essential Drugs to State Rural & backward area dispensaries • Distribution of Home Remedy Kits

×