School Health Service and Programme Presented By: Dr.Kalyan SinghSubmitted To :Dr.Kalyan Reedy
INTRODUCTION• School health is an important branch of community health. according to modern concept, school health service..• The beginning of school health service in India date back to 1909, in Baroda city.• In 1961 the five year plan, many state provided for school health and school feeding program.
Health problem of the school child• Malnutrition• Infactious diseases• Intestinal parasites• Disease of skin, eye and ear• Dental caries
AIM & OBJECTIVESComprehensive Care’ for the Health & Well being of all children.1. Promotion of Positive Health2. Prevention of Diseases3. Early Diagnosis, Treatment & Follow up of defects.4. Awakening Health consciousness in children.5. Provision of Healthful environment.
School Health ProgrammeServices provided:• Health check up• Prevention of communicable disease• Spot treatment• Referral services• Free spectacles• Free super specialty treatment for Heart , Kidney and Cancer disease including renal transplant• IEC activities• Nutritional Services(mdm, Applied Nutritional Program,specfic Nutrition)
Strategies• A State level Steering Committee, under the chairmanship of the Health Minister.• The Steering Committee takes important policy decisions regarding the School Health Programme• Meeting of all stake holders.• Micro planning at PHC level .• State level master plan.• Primary, secondary and tertiary care.
Four Levels Of Health Care SCHOOLS & ANGANWADISBASIC By Teachers/ASHA/ MPHW SCHOOLS & ANGANWADIS PRIMARY By Medical Officers CHC / DISTRICT HOSPITALS SECONDARY By Specialist Doctors TERTIARY INSTITUTE / APEX HOSPITALS
School Health Programme 2010-11• New “School Health week” Concept• State:- 45 Working Days Programme• Village level:- Five days Programme• Involvement of Village Health & Sanitation Committee /AWW & ICDS staff/ Teachers & Education Inspectors/ MDM workers/ Panchayat Department/Waters supply• Appointment of Nodal officer Village wise• “Health Exhibition”
• The basic strength of School health Programme is * Widely accessible Communication network * Easily retrievable health data * Through micro planning for the entire project * Appreciation & reward system for the peripheral healthprovider * Dedicated team for the programme * Designated referral centers for the screened out children * The beneficial results obtained so far
REFERENCE• BY Textbook :k park• source- http://mohfw.nic.in/NRHM