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    • World Health day 7 April 2012 thCMO Kangra In Collaboration with NZ-IAPSM
    • World Health Day-2012CMO Kangra In Collaboration with NZ-IAPSM
    • World Health DAY 2012 Department of CommunityIn Collaboration with NZ-IAPSM
    • World Health Day 2012Organized BY: Department of Community Medicine & NZ-IAPSMSponsored BY : National Rural Health Mission Himachal Pradesh
    • HANDWASHING : Timeless Wisdom -A Healthy Habit Dr. Anmol Gupta MBBS,MD,PGDMCH,FIMSA,FIAPSM,FIPHA Associate Professor Community Medicine IG Medical College Shimla
    • Semmelweis Ignac – 1847(01/07/1818 – 13/08/1865) Hungarian Physician
    • Hand Washing• What are the benefits of hand washing with soap ?• What are the Critical Movements when hands are to be washed with soap?• What are the correct ways to wash hands?• How can you change people hand washing behavior ?• What about people who do not have access to soap?
    • Who Should Wash Hands• WE ALL• WE ALL are at Risk• Clean appearing hands need not be free of Germs
    • How Should One Wash Hands? Rubbing of hands (6 times or more), Rinsing with safer water Drying with clean cloth or paper towel For at least 15 to 30 seconds
    • Hand Wishing
    • Budget Activity Budget RemarksItem No1. Poster Competition & Exhibition Rs 500 per School x20 Schools= 10,000/ Prizes First:Rs 500/- 2nd=Rs 300/- 3rd= Rs 200/-2. Slogan Competition Nil3. Quiz Completion Ist Prize= Rs 700/- 2nd Prize= Rs 500/- 3rd Prize=Rs 300/-4 Video Presentation5 Hands on Training on Hand washing Rs 300/-per School 20x300=6000/-(Buckets/Jug & Three glasses & 3 Soaps)per School6 Venue Hiring LCD & Laptop Rs 10,000/- PA System7 Certificate of Participation 500 @ Rs 15per certificate=Rs 7500/-8 Refreshment for Participants and Resource Rs 60 per participant persons Rs 30,000/-9 Banners & IEC Material for Each School Rs 10,000/-10 Total Budget Rs 76000/-
    • HWW-Himari
    • HW-Poster
    • HWW-Group Work
    • HWW-Posters
    • HWW-GSSS Theog
    • HWW-GSSS Potmore
    • HWW-GSSS Potmore
    • PPT & Group work
    • Life Skill Approach(LSA)
    • Skills Development- hand washing
    • Global Hand Washing Day
    • Demonstration-Hand Washing
    • Hand Washing
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• How many germs are there on a hand at any given time?• a) 5,000 b) 50,000 c) 500 a) 50
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• CORRECT ANSWER• a) There are approximately 5,000 germs on your hand at any given time.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• The majority of cold germs are spread through:• a) sneezing and coughing b) Touching c) sharing utensils d) hand-to-hand contact
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• d) Despite the generally held belief that cold germs are spread through sneezing and coughing, the majority of transmission comes from hand-to-hand contact and transfer of germs.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• A working adult touches how many objects in one minute?• a) one object b) seven objects c) 30 objects d) 15 objects
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• c) A working adult touches 30 objects in one minute.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• The most contaminated sites in schools are:• a) desks b) doors handles of classrooms c) computer mouse and keyboard d) all of the above
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• CORRECT ANSWER• d) all of the above.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• A small child will bring his hands to his nose or mouth once every:• a) hour b) 20 seconds c) three minutes d) 15 minutes
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• c) A small child will bring his hands to his nose or mouth once every three minutes.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• The area of the home with the most germs is:• a) the bathroom b) a childs bedroom c) the kitchen d) all of the above
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• d) All of the above.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• The area in the home bathroom with the most germs is:• a) the sink b) the bathtub c) the shower d) the door handle
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• a) The sink has the most germs of any area in the home bathroom.
    • Hand Washing Quiz-1• What is the single most effective way to prevent the transmission of disease?• a) antibiotics b) handwashing c) Gloves d) all of the above
    • Hand Washing Dr Anmol Gupta MBBS,MD,PGDMCH,FIMSA Associate Professor CommunityMedicine IG Medical College Shimla
    • • Hand washing with soap could save one millions lives per year
    • Hand washing a Tribute to Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis :
    • Why Hand Washing :• Why Hand Washing for hand hygiene is the act of cleansing the hands with water or another liquid, with the use of soap, for the purpose of removing soil, dirt, and/or microorganisms• Human feces are the main source of diarrheal pathogens. They are also the source of shigellosis, typhoid, cholera, all other common endemic gastro-enteric infections, and some respiratory infections: just one gram of human feces can contain 10 million viruses and one million bacteria.
    • Unicef on use of Soap :• Unicef on use of Soap Unicef says using soap to wash hands, particularly after contact with excreta, can reduce diarrheal diseases by over 40% and respiratory infections by 30%.
    • Sir William Osler on Hand Washing :• Sir William Osler on Hand Washing Soap, Water and Common sense, are still the best Antiseptics.
    • Soap saves lives :• Soap saves lives The campaign was initiated to reduce mortality rates related to diarrhea diseases by introducing simple behavioural changes, such as hand washing with soap, which according to research can reduce the rate by almost 50 per cent.
    • Why Hand Washing Reduces Diarrheal Diseases• Why Hand Washing Reduces Diarrheal Diseases Diarrhoeal diseases kill more than 1.5 million children under five each year but the simple act of hand washing can reduce these diseases by >45%.
    • CDC on Hand Washing When you should wash hands :• CDC on Hand Washing When you should wash hands According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), if you dont wash your hands frequently, you can pick up germs from other sources and then infect yourself. Youre at risk every time you touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.
    • By washing your hand – you are free from Microbes• By washing your hand – you are free from Microbes By frequently washing your hands the right way, youll wash away germs — such as bacteria and viruses — that you have picked up from other people, through contaminated water and food, from tainted surfaces, or from animals and animal waste.
    • Hand washing a better option in prevention :• Hand washing a better option in prevention The two biggest killers of children in the developing world today are diarrheal disease and respiratory tract infections. The simple act of washing hands with soap can cut diarrhea risk by almost half, and respiratory tract infection by a third. This makes hand washing a better option for disease prevention than any single vaccine•
    • Hand Wishing
    • Hand Washing
    • Hand Washing
    • Take Home Messages-1• WHO: We All• WHY: Keeps Us Healthy and Disease Free• WHEN: As Often as You Can• WHERE: Every Where• HOW: Follow the Steps of Hand Washing• WHAT: Use Soap and Water
    • Take Home Messages-2• Hand washing is MOST important habit to inculcate for health as well as social reasons• Hand washing and personal hygiene is timeless wisdom• Despite appearing simple, it is a complex behaviour• With a little effort it can easily be imbibed by anyone at any age• Handwashing : Timeless wisdom - A Healthy Habit
    • Take Home Messages-3• Contrary to the existing belief – No need to wash hands for extended duration of 1 to 2 minutes – Hand washing for 15 to 30 seconds is enough
    • Take Home Messages-4• Wash your hands  After you use a restroom  Before and after you eat  Before you touch your eyes, nose or mouth  Before and after you prepare food, and after you handle meat or fish,  Before moving on to other food items  After you change a diaper  After you pet a dog, cat or other animal  After you touch plants or soil  After you visit a hospital or nursing home  After you come in contact with any body fluids or touch items that may have come in contact with body fluids
    • Hand washing is a behavior change :• Hand washing is a behavior change Hand washing with soap is among the most effective and inexpensive ways to prevent diarrheal diseases and pneumonia, which together are responsible for the majority of child deaths.
    • Create awareness at several places :• Hand washing is likely to be especially important where people congregate (schools, offices), where ill or vulnerable people are concentrated (hospitals, nursing homes), where food is prepared and shared and in homes, especially where there are young children and vulnerable adults.
    • A SMALL TRUTH TOMAKE LIFE 100%
    • Hard Work H+A+R+D+W+O+R+K8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11 = 98% Knowledge K+N+O+W+L+E+D+G+E11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5 = 96%
    • Love L+O+V+E 12+15+22+5 = 54% Luck L+U+C+K 12+21+3+11 = 47%( dont most of us think this is the most important ??? )
    • Then what makes 100% ? Is it Money ? ... NO ! ! ! M+O+N+E+Y 13+15+14+5+25 = 72% Leadership ? ... NO ! ! ! L+E+A+D+E+R+S+H+I+P12+5+1+4+5+18+19+9+16 = 89%
    • Every problem has a solutionTo make 100% life and To go to the top what we really need ? Change In Attitude
    • ATTITUDE A+T+T+I+T+U+D+E1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100% It is OUR ATTITUDE towardsLife and Work that makes OUR Life 100% ! ! !
    • Change Your Attitude …And Change Your Life ! ! !
    • Make Hands Happy
    • World Health day 7 April 2012 thCMO Kangra In Collaboration with NZ-IAPSM