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    • Capacity Buildingof Human Resource in HealthInstitute of Health & Family Welfare, WBA Case StudyPresented by:Prof. (Dr.) Akhil Bandhu BiswasDirector,Institute of Health and Family Welfare,West Bengal HRH Workshop for Eastern Zone, Bhubaneswar Date: 04 January 2012
    • Institute of Health & FamilyWelfare Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 2
    • Trainings Conducted At IHFW TRAINING DURATION(in days) Medical Teachers’ Training 6 Induction Training 12 STG Project Oriented Training 1/ 2 Integrated Disease Control Training 5 Administrative and Financial Skill Training for various 3/ 6 cadres Training of newly appointed Assistant Superintendents 3 (non-medical) on Administrative and Medico Legal issues Training of Trainers, under NRHM/ RCH II for SBA & 2/ 5/ 6 IUCD Disease Control Training varies New born care, BEmOC, CEmOC trainings “ Distance Learning Programs 5/6 ◦ One Year Certificate Course In H&FW Management Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 3
    • Approaches To Training Systems Approach to training Participatory Informative
    • Systems Approach To Training TNA EVALUATION OBJECTIVEIMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMME DESIGNING PROGRAMME
    • Training Methods/ Mechanism Workshop On- Job Class Room Hands On Field Trip Modular Training Micro-teaching FOCUS NOT ONLY ON KNOWLEDGE & CERTIFICATION- LITTLE ON SKILL
    • Learning Tools Lecture & DiscussionDemonstration – Return Brain Storming Demonstration Participatory Learning Field Trip Role Play Group Work/ PresentationPre and Post test as well as Feedback regarding training and trainers is also collected for quality assessment & improvement. Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 7
    • Medical Teachers’ Training Pre-test & Post-test mean scores for 24 batches35.00 Pre-Test Post-Test 3130.00 30 29 29 29 29 28 27 28 27 28 28 27 26 26 26 26 2725.00 26 26 2520.00 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 1615.00 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 1310.00 5.00 0.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 8
    • Customization Of TrainingMethods Role Of MO • Brainstorming Risk Factors • Role Play/ Exercise Disease • MCQ followed by LD / Case Presentation Guidelines For • Actual / Audio & Visual Management Informative • LD Planning • Group Work Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 9
    • Ensuring Capacity Of Capacity Builders KNOW WHAT TO INSTRUCT? HOW TO INSTRUCT? ABLE TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY BE FLEXIBLE IN APPROACH KNOW THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE TRAINEE FACILITATORS MEETING
    • Total Load vs Total Trained - 2011 62%Total Load = 2246 Achievement (in %) of participation over load Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 11
    • Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 12
    • Medical Teachers’ Training Training course on Education Science Technology for Medical Teachers since July 2009. ◦ Duration : 6 days ◦ Batch size : 25 Already conducted 25 Handbook For Medical batches Educators MEDICAL TEACHERS ◦ ~ 540 medical teachers from TRAINING COURSE 17 different Medical Colleges Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 13
    • Standard Treatment Guidelines Systematically developed statement designed to assist the providers and their clients in making decisions about appropriate health care for specified clinical circumstances. STANDARD TREATMENT GUIDELINES STANDARD TREATMENT GUIDELINES 2011 & OPERATIONAL MANUAL 2010 & OPERATIONAL MANUAL Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 14
    • Challenges We face All divisions functioning in a Vertical wayNO Convergence of activities | Lack of Coordination Lack of coordination • Health Common Participant Pool societies • DH&FW • SIHFW/CTI Duplication / Multiplicity Poor Participation Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 15
    • Continued.. Challenges Lack of Infrastructure Shortage of Human Resource Poor monitoring /follow up/tracking Induction training not given to all MOs prior to/ at the time of their joining services. Data bank of trained personnel not maintained Lack of role clarity Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 16
    • Initiatives being taken atIHFW Augmentation & Upgradation of the physical infrastructure & human resources of IHFW, other peripheral institutes Capacity building of trainers (ToT) in consultation with the NIHFW & state government Role clarity of Trg Institutes From vertical training to integrated training From knowledge transfer to skill up-gradation Feed back evaluation of participants for continuous quality improvement & facilitators meeting Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 17
    • Continued.. Initiatives being taken at IHFW  Monitoring of training sites, health care facilities in HFD districts-review performance  Monitor process & outcome of trg by checklist  Disseminating knowledge through publications and seminars.  Database: trg. Instt, trainees &trainers  Conducting applied and operations research - apply knowledge in learning  Networking with other govt. & non-govt org. Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 18
    • THANK YOU !Prof. (Dr.) Akhil Bandhu BiswasDirectorInstitute of Health and FamilyWelfareWest BengalEmail:akhilbandhubiswas@gmail.com Institute of Health & Family Welfare, West Bengal 19