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  • 1. ROLE OF SIHFW IN CAPACITY BUILDING INITIATIVES IN ODISHA
  • 2. Evolution
    • 1984 - Centre for Information, Education and Communication under Directorate of Family Welfare.
    • 1994 - Converted to a full fledged directorate of “State Institute of Health and Family Welfare”, the director being a Professor of Community Medicine of a Medical College of Odisha dealing with 3 major components like Training, Communication & operational research.
    • April - Got the status of Collaborative Training Institute (CTI) of NIHFW.
  • 3. GOAL Promote better health & family welfare programme service delivery through inservice training, communication, & operational research and consultancy to other Govt. and non-govt. organizations.
  • 4. OBJECTIVES
    • To act as the nodal agency for in-service and on the job training of health personnel (Doctors and Paramedics)
    • Enhancing capacity of regional and district training centre in the state.
    • To supervise & monitor the training performance of periphery centres.
    • To build network & partnership with NIHFW and other training institutions of the state & outside the state.
    • To leverage periphery centres in manpower facility, equipment and infrastructure upgradation.
  • 5.
    • Develop programme based audience centered IEC material for health promotion (designing, pre-testing, printing and distribution).
    • Basic as well as operational research in health care delivery services.
    • Co-ordinating with National & International Agencies working in the field of Training of health personnel, IEC / BCC and Research.
  • 6. FUNCTIONS
    • To facilitate preparation of annual state and district training & communication plan.
    • Capacity building of trainers in different trainings
    • To impart on the job and inservice training to health and related sector functionaries
    • To conduct hands on clinical training to ICDS, health and awareness training to PRI functionaries and their supervisors regarding health programmes under NRHM.
    • Sensitization of NGOs and voluntary agencies and opinion leaders.
    • To carry out supportive supervision and monitoring training with quality assurance .
    • To facilitate web based tracking of trained health functionaries.
    • To develop and modify appropriate learning materials for training.
  • 7. WINGS OF SIHFW
    • Training.
    • COE (Centre of Excellence) on
    • Communication
    • RRC (Regional Resource Centre)
    • for capacity building of NGOs.
    • SCHRC (State Child Health
    • Resource Centre)
  • 8. TRAININGS IMPARTED
    • Nodal Centre for conducting all NRHM RCH Trainings on MH, CH, FP, waste management, Management training for both govt. & NRHM staff, trainings on M&E, ARSH, Induction training, refresher trainings, IEC/BCC training, Immunization training.
    • Training of OSACS.
    • Training of NPCB.
    • Trainings of NIHFW.
    • Trainings of Information Commission.
    • Trainings of Sanitation Mission.
    • Trainings of IG Prisons for jail doctors etc.
  • 9. National level trainings
    • Professional Development Course for the state of Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh, Odisha, A & N Islands.
    • Vaccine and Coldchain handlers training for Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Nagland, Assam, West Bengal, Mizoram, Tripura,Odisha & Eastern UP.
    • Sensitization of Medical College Teachers on NRHM for the states of Odisha, Chhatisgarh, Bihar & Jharkhand.
  • 10. PARTNERSHIP
    • NIHFW
    • Govt. Medical Colleges of Odisha
    • All Pvt. Medical Colleges of Odisha
    • PHFI
    • AIPH
    • CMC Vellore
    • IIHMR, Jaipur
    • IIMA, Ahmedabad
    • XIM, Bhubaneswar
    • Different dept. of Govt. of Odisha.
    • IIPH, Hyderabad.
    • All SIHFW of the country.
    • WBI
  • 11. TRAINING INNOVATIONS
    • Multi-skilling of LTs (Previously for a week now envisaged for a 3 weeks training programme.
    • Multi-skilling of doctors.
    • Designed modules for Block Programme Organizers (BPOs), Block Accountant-cum-Data Assistant, AYUSH Doctors.
    • SBA training for AYUSH Doctors.
    • Involving ANMTCs in TOTs.
    • A dedicated training software “ITEMS”.
    • Creating & strengthening 30 district training units.
  • 12. NEW TRAININGS
    • Trainings on non-communicable diseases.
    • Training on HMIS.
    • Trainings of GIS and GPS.
    • Trainings on PPIUCD.
    • Training on IUD 375A.
    • Training on PG Diploma in Family Medicine.
    • Training on PG Diploma in Health Promotion.
  • 13. STATE CHILD HEALTH RESOURCE CENTRE
    • To provide technical support to Child Health Programmes managed by different Directorates.
    • Involving different community based organization and like minded institutions to promote child health.
    • Apex centre for all child health related activities.
    • Document child health issues, programmes & practices for solution tracking.
    • Undertake studies and researches pertaining to child health issues etc.
  • 14. OBJECTIVES OF CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR COMMUNICATION
    • Setting up an institution for communication of national / international standard having affiliation with recognized Universities / Academic centers of repute
    • Design and Develop Communication strategies, plans and produce quality materials on
    • behaviour change communication
    • Build affiliations with recognized institutions in providing capsule courses on BCC.
    • To provide strategic training and capacity building of communication cadre on latest communication approaches and management.
  • 15. OBJECTIVES OF CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR COMMUNICATION
    • To strengthen inter sectoral partnerships through strategic communication planning and implementation to achieve programmatic goals.
    • Provide effective managerial support in monitoring and evaluation of BCC activities of flagship programmes.
    • Provide research and analysis support on communication for the state
    • Provide technical support in procuring services related to communication materials and management.
  • 16. REGIONAL RESOURCE CENTRE
    • Planning different activities of acreditated NGOs in district level.
    • To train and build the capacity of MNGOs, service NGOs on different Govt. programmes at district level.
    • Supervision and monitoring of different activities. of NGOs.
    • Providing technical input for better service delivery.
  • 17. UNIQUE FACILITIES OF THE INSTITUTE
  • 18.
    • This division undertakes preparation, Production & distribution of specific Health Programme & Promotional materials.
    Printing Press
  • 19.
    • A Conference Hall with 70 capacity.
    • Two Lecture Halls with AC each with sitting capacity of 30.
    FACILITIES AVAILABLE
  • 20.
    • Hostel with accommodation facility for 54 persons (23 double and one single bedded rooms & a dormitory).
  • 21. COMPUTER LAB AUDIO VISUAL UNIT
  • 22. T H A N K S