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LESSON PLAN
ON
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY
BY,
Mr. Abhishek Verma
Tutor
LESSON PLAN
Name of the teacher : Abhishek Verma
Subject : Community Health Nursing
Topic : National Health Policy
Language use : English
Group : PBBSc IInd yr.
Method of teaching : Lecture cum discussion
Av aids used : White board, slides
Previous knowledge : Student may have some previous knowledge regarding
National Health Policy
General objective : At the end of the session class student will be able
To gain in depth knowledge regarding National Health Policy and able to communicate to other people.
Specific objective: After the completion of the topic the students will be able to-
 Introduce the topic.
 Discuss about National Health Policy (NHP), 1983.
 Describe the Primary Objectives of the policy.
 List-out the Key elements and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All.
 Explain the National Health Policy, 2002.
 Discuss the Goals To Be Set By 2000-2015
 Describe National Health Policy 2017
 Discuss about Objectives And Targets Cont.
 Summarize the topic
 Conclude the topic
 Bibliography
S.
No.
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SPECIFIC
OBJECTIV
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CONTENT TEACHE
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ACTIVIT
Y
LEARNER
ACTIVITY
AV AIDS EVALUA
TION
1. 1
.
5
min
Introduce
the topic
INTRODUCTION
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY (NHP)
The Alma-Ata conference defined that “Primary health care
is an essential health care based on practical, scientifically
sound and socially acceptable methods and technology, made
universally accessible to individual and families in the
community, through their full participation and at a cost that
the community and the country can afford”.
Principles of primary health care
1. Equitable distribution
2. Community participation.
3. Inter-sectoral coordination
4. Appropriate technology
After independence, health services were based on the
directions of the Bhore Committee and then the subsequent
committees. The formal health policy was formulated in the
year 1983.
Writing the
topic and
lecture.
Listening
and writing.
White
board and
slide.
What do
you mean
by NHP?
2. 2
.
2
min
Discuss
about
National
Health
Policy
(NHP),
1983.
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY (NHP), 1983
The policy provided political commitment and
support to the administration in taking decisions and actions
which were essential for attaining Health for All through
primary health care approach.
Lecture. Listening
and writing.
White
board and
slide.
What do
you mean
by NHP
1983?
3. 4
.
3
min
Describe the
Primary
Objectives
of the
policy.
Primary Objectives
To attain the goal of Health For All by 2000 AD, by
establishing an efficient health care system, which is
accessible to all citizens, especially vulnerable groups, like
women, children and the underprivileged.
It strongly stresses on:
 Primary health care infrastructure
 Coordination with health-related services
 Active involvement of voluntary organization
Provision of essential drugs and vaccines
 Qualitative improvement in health and family
 planning services Provision of adequate training
 Medical research on common health problems.
Lecture. Listening
and writing.
White
board and
slide.
What are
the logo of
IMNCI and
IMCI?
4. 5
min
List-out the
Key
elements and
Factors
Interfering
with
Progress
towards
Health for
All
Key elements
 Creation of greater awareness of health problem by
the community
 Supply of safe drinking water and basic sanitation
using technologies that people can afford Reduction
of existing imbalance in health care by concentrating
rural health infrastructure
INDICATOR TARGET BY
2000
ACHIEVEMENTS
CBR 21 26.1
CDR 9 8.7
Under-five
mortality
<60 70
MMR <2 4
Life expectancy 64 64.6
Family size 2.8 3
TT for pregnant 100 79
DPT 85 92.4
Polio 85 93.4
BCG 85 99.1
Lecture. Listening
and writing.
White
board and
slide.
What are the
Key
elements
and Factors
Interfering
with
Progress
towards
Health for
All ?
 Establishing dynamic HMIS which will help in health
planning and implementation of health programs
 Providing legislative support to health protection and
promotion
 Concerned action to combat widespread malnutri tion
 Research in alternative methods of health care
delivery and low-cost health technologies
 Greater coordination of different systems of
medicine.
Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All
• Insufficient political commitment
• Failure to achieve equity in access to all primary
health care elements
• Low status of women
• Slow socioeconomic development
• Unbalanced distribution and weak support human
resources for Widespread inadequacy of health
promotion activities
• Weak health information system and no baseline data
• Pollution, poor food, safety, and lack of water supply
and sanitation
• Rapid demographic and epidemiological changes
• Inappropriate use and allocation of resources, high
cost technologies
Natural and man-made disasters.
5. 5
min
Explain the
National
Health
Policy, 2002
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY, 2002
Considering the kind and level of progress, the barriers and
the change in health problems, and the circumstances, the
Health and Family Welfare Department felt it necessary to
formulate a new health policy.
Objectives
 To achieve acceptable standard of good health
amongst the general population of the country.
Approaches
To increase the access to the decentralized public health
system by establishing new infrastructure in deficit areas and
upgrading the infrastructure in the existing institution
Lecture
cum
discussion.
Listening
and writing
White
board and
slides
What do
you mean
by National
Health
Policy,
2002?
6. 5
min
Discuss the
Goals To Be
Set By
2000-2015
Goals Target time year
Eradication of polio
and yaws
2005
Eliminate leprosy 2005
Eliminate Kala-azar 2010
Eliminate lymphatic
filariasis
2015
Achieve zero level
growth of
2007
Lecture
cum
discussion.
Listening
and writing
White
board and
slides
Which are
the
Discuss the
Goals To
Be Set By
2000-
2015?
HIV/AIDS
Reduce mortality by
50% on account of
TB malaria and
other vector and
water borne diseases
2010
Reduce prevalence
of blindness to 0.5
percent
2010
Reduce IMR to
30/1000
2010
Reduce MMR to
100/1lakh
2010
Increase utilisation
of public health
facilities from
current level of <20
to <75
2010
Increase health
expenditure by
government as a
percentage of GDP
from 0.9 % to 2%
increase share of
2010
central
i.
7. 3
min
Describe
National
Health
Policy 2017
National Health Policy 2017
Aim: To inform, clarify, strengthen and prioritize the role of
the Government in shaping health system in all its
dimensions.
NHP 2017 GOAL:
 Increasing Accessibility
 Improving quality
 Lowering Cost
Lecture
cum
discussion.
Listening
and writing
White
board and
slides
What do
you mean
by
National
Health
Policy
2017?
8. 5
min
Discuss
about
Objectives
And Targets
Cont.
OBJECTIVES
Progressively achieve universal health coverage by:
 Assuring availability of free, comprehensive
primary health care services.
 Ensuring improves access and affordability of
quality secondary and tertiary care services.
 Achieving a significant reduction in out of pocket
expenditure due to health cost
Lecture
cum
discussion.
Listening
and writing
White
board and
slides
What are the
Objectives
And
Targets
Cont of
national
health
policy?
Reinforcing trust in public health care system
i. Align the growth of private health care sector with
public health goals
TARGETS CONT
1. Achieve and maintain cure rate of >85% for TB and
to reach Elimination by 2025
2. Reduce premature mortality from cardiovascular
disease, cancer, diabetes or respiratory diseases by
25% by 2025
3. Reduce the prevalence of blindness to 0.25/1000 by
2025 and disease burden by 1/3rd from current level
4. 80% of known hypertensive and diabetics should be
maintained at a controlled disease status by 2025
5. Increase utilization of public health facility by 50%
from the current level by 2025
6. ANC coverage to be sustained above 90% and skilled
attendance at birth above 90% by 2025
7. >90% of the newborns should be fully immunized by
1 year of age by 2025
8. Reduction in prevalence of current tobacco use by
30% by 2025
9. Access to safe water and sanitation to all by 2020
10. Ensure availability of paramedics and doctors as per
IPHS norms by 2020
11. Establish primary and secondary care facility as per
norms in high priority districts by 2025
12. Ensure district level electronic database of
information on health system component by 2020.
COMPARISION OF TARGETS
NHP- 2000 NHP- 2017
Reduction of IMR to
30/1000
Reduction of IMR to 28/1000
Reduction of MMR to
100/lakh
Reduction of MMR to 100/
lakh
Increasing public health
expenditure from 0.9% to
2.0% of GDP
Increasing public health
expenditure from 1.16% to
2.5% of GDP
Reduce mortality of TB
by 50%
Achieve and maintain a cure
rate of >85%
Eradicate leprosy by 2005 Eradicate leprosy by 2018
Eradicate kala azar by
2010
Eradicate kala azar in 2017
Eradicate lymphatic
filariasis by 2015
Eradicate lymphatic filariasis
in 2017
55% of the total public
health expenditure in
primary health care
>66% of expenditure in
primary health care NHP
2002 NHP 2017
9. 6
.
2
min
Summarize
the topic.
SUMMARY
So far we have discussed in this topic all about Introduction
and discuss about National Health Policy (NHP), 1983.
describe the Primary Objectives of the policy, Key elements
and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All,
National Health Policy, 2002, Goals To Be Set By 2000-
2015, National Health Policy 2017 and discussed about
Objectives And Targets Cont.
10. 7
.
2
min
Conclude
the topic.
CONCLUSION Lecture
cum
discussion.
Listening
and writing
White
board and
slides
11. 8
.
2
min
Bibliograph
y
BIBLIOGRAPHY
• K. Park, “Text book of preventive and social
medicine”, 25th edition; Ms Banarsidas Bhanot
Publisher; Jabalpur; 2019; Pg. n..
• Veerbhadrappa GM, “The short textbook of
community health nursing”, volume 1; Jaypee
brothers medical publishers (p) Ltd; Ed 1st
; 2016;
New Delhi; Pg. n.

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National Health Policy Goals and Objectives

  • 1. LESSON PLAN ON NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY BY, Mr. Abhishek Verma Tutor
  • 2. LESSON PLAN Name of the teacher : Abhishek Verma Subject : Community Health Nursing Topic : National Health Policy Language use : English Group : PBBSc IInd yr. Method of teaching : Lecture cum discussion Av aids used : White board, slides Previous knowledge : Student may have some previous knowledge regarding National Health Policy General objective : At the end of the session class student will be able To gain in depth knowledge regarding National Health Policy and able to communicate to other people.
  • 3. Specific objective: After the completion of the topic the students will be able to-  Introduce the topic.  Discuss about National Health Policy (NHP), 1983.  Describe the Primary Objectives of the policy.  List-out the Key elements and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All.  Explain the National Health Policy, 2002.  Discuss the Goals To Be Set By 2000-2015  Describe National Health Policy 2017  Discuss about Objectives And Targets Cont.  Summarize the topic  Conclude the topic  Bibliography
  • 4. S. No. DU RA TIO N SPECIFIC OBJECTIV E CONTENT TEACHE R ACTIVIT Y LEARNER ACTIVITY AV AIDS EVALUA TION 1. 1 . 5 min Introduce the topic INTRODUCTION NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY (NHP) The Alma-Ata conference defined that “Primary health care is an essential health care based on practical, scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology, made universally accessible to individual and families in the community, through their full participation and at a cost that the community and the country can afford”. Principles of primary health care 1. Equitable distribution 2. Community participation. 3. Inter-sectoral coordination 4. Appropriate technology After independence, health services were based on the directions of the Bhore Committee and then the subsequent committees. The formal health policy was formulated in the year 1983. Writing the topic and lecture. Listening and writing. White board and slide. What do you mean by NHP?
  • 5. 2. 2 . 2 min Discuss about National Health Policy (NHP), 1983. NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY (NHP), 1983 The policy provided political commitment and support to the administration in taking decisions and actions which were essential for attaining Health for All through primary health care approach. Lecture. Listening and writing. White board and slide. What do you mean by NHP 1983? 3. 4 . 3 min Describe the Primary Objectives of the policy. Primary Objectives To attain the goal of Health For All by 2000 AD, by establishing an efficient health care system, which is accessible to all citizens, especially vulnerable groups, like women, children and the underprivileged. It strongly stresses on:  Primary health care infrastructure  Coordination with health-related services  Active involvement of voluntary organization Provision of essential drugs and vaccines  Qualitative improvement in health and family  planning services Provision of adequate training  Medical research on common health problems. Lecture. Listening and writing. White board and slide. What are the logo of IMNCI and IMCI?
  • 6. 4. 5 min List-out the Key elements and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All Key elements  Creation of greater awareness of health problem by the community  Supply of safe drinking water and basic sanitation using technologies that people can afford Reduction of existing imbalance in health care by concentrating rural health infrastructure INDICATOR TARGET BY 2000 ACHIEVEMENTS CBR 21 26.1 CDR 9 8.7 Under-five mortality <60 70 MMR <2 4 Life expectancy 64 64.6 Family size 2.8 3 TT for pregnant 100 79 DPT 85 92.4 Polio 85 93.4 BCG 85 99.1 Lecture. Listening and writing. White board and slide. What are the Key elements and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All ?
  • 7.  Establishing dynamic HMIS which will help in health planning and implementation of health programs  Providing legislative support to health protection and promotion  Concerned action to combat widespread malnutri tion  Research in alternative methods of health care delivery and low-cost health technologies  Greater coordination of different systems of medicine. Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All • Insufficient political commitment • Failure to achieve equity in access to all primary health care elements • Low status of women • Slow socioeconomic development • Unbalanced distribution and weak support human resources for Widespread inadequacy of health promotion activities • Weak health information system and no baseline data • Pollution, poor food, safety, and lack of water supply and sanitation • Rapid demographic and epidemiological changes • Inappropriate use and allocation of resources, high cost technologies Natural and man-made disasters.
  • 8. 5. 5 min Explain the National Health Policy, 2002 NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY, 2002 Considering the kind and level of progress, the barriers and the change in health problems, and the circumstances, the Health and Family Welfare Department felt it necessary to formulate a new health policy. Objectives  To achieve acceptable standard of good health amongst the general population of the country. Approaches To increase the access to the decentralized public health system by establishing new infrastructure in deficit areas and upgrading the infrastructure in the existing institution Lecture cum discussion. Listening and writing White board and slides What do you mean by National Health Policy, 2002? 6. 5 min Discuss the Goals To Be Set By 2000-2015 Goals Target time year Eradication of polio and yaws 2005 Eliminate leprosy 2005 Eliminate Kala-azar 2010 Eliminate lymphatic filariasis 2015 Achieve zero level growth of 2007 Lecture cum discussion. Listening and writing White board and slides Which are the Discuss the Goals To Be Set By 2000- 2015?
  • 9. HIV/AIDS Reduce mortality by 50% on account of TB malaria and other vector and water borne diseases 2010 Reduce prevalence of blindness to 0.5 percent 2010 Reduce IMR to 30/1000 2010 Reduce MMR to 100/1lakh 2010 Increase utilisation of public health facilities from current level of <20 to <75 2010 Increase health expenditure by government as a percentage of GDP from 0.9 % to 2% increase share of 2010
  • 10. central i. 7. 3 min Describe National Health Policy 2017 National Health Policy 2017 Aim: To inform, clarify, strengthen and prioritize the role of the Government in shaping health system in all its dimensions. NHP 2017 GOAL:  Increasing Accessibility  Improving quality  Lowering Cost Lecture cum discussion. Listening and writing White board and slides What do you mean by National Health Policy 2017? 8. 5 min Discuss about Objectives And Targets Cont. OBJECTIVES Progressively achieve universal health coverage by:  Assuring availability of free, comprehensive primary health care services.  Ensuring improves access and affordability of quality secondary and tertiary care services.  Achieving a significant reduction in out of pocket expenditure due to health cost Lecture cum discussion. Listening and writing White board and slides What are the Objectives And Targets Cont of national health policy?
  • 11. Reinforcing trust in public health care system i. Align the growth of private health care sector with public health goals TARGETS CONT 1. Achieve and maintain cure rate of >85% for TB and to reach Elimination by 2025 2. Reduce premature mortality from cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or respiratory diseases by 25% by 2025 3. Reduce the prevalence of blindness to 0.25/1000 by 2025 and disease burden by 1/3rd from current level 4. 80% of known hypertensive and diabetics should be maintained at a controlled disease status by 2025 5. Increase utilization of public health facility by 50% from the current level by 2025 6. ANC coverage to be sustained above 90% and skilled attendance at birth above 90% by 2025 7. >90% of the newborns should be fully immunized by 1 year of age by 2025 8. Reduction in prevalence of current tobacco use by 30% by 2025 9. Access to safe water and sanitation to all by 2020 10. Ensure availability of paramedics and doctors as per IPHS norms by 2020 11. Establish primary and secondary care facility as per norms in high priority districts by 2025
  • 12. 12. Ensure district level electronic database of information on health system component by 2020. COMPARISION OF TARGETS NHP- 2000 NHP- 2017 Reduction of IMR to 30/1000 Reduction of IMR to 28/1000 Reduction of MMR to 100/lakh Reduction of MMR to 100/ lakh Increasing public health expenditure from 0.9% to 2.0% of GDP Increasing public health expenditure from 1.16% to 2.5% of GDP Reduce mortality of TB by 50% Achieve and maintain a cure rate of >85% Eradicate leprosy by 2005 Eradicate leprosy by 2018 Eradicate kala azar by 2010 Eradicate kala azar in 2017 Eradicate lymphatic filariasis by 2015 Eradicate lymphatic filariasis in 2017 55% of the total public health expenditure in primary health care >66% of expenditure in primary health care NHP 2002 NHP 2017
  • 13. 9. 6 . 2 min Summarize the topic. SUMMARY So far we have discussed in this topic all about Introduction and discuss about National Health Policy (NHP), 1983. describe the Primary Objectives of the policy, Key elements and Factors Interfering with Progress towards Health for All, National Health Policy, 2002, Goals To Be Set By 2000- 2015, National Health Policy 2017 and discussed about Objectives And Targets Cont. 10. 7 . 2 min Conclude the topic. CONCLUSION Lecture cum discussion. Listening and writing White board and slides 11. 8 . 2 min Bibliograph y BIBLIOGRAPHY • K. Park, “Text book of preventive and social medicine”, 25th edition; Ms Banarsidas Bhanot Publisher; Jabalpur; 2019; Pg. n.. • Veerbhadrappa GM, “The short textbook of community health nursing”, volume 1; Jaypee brothers medical publishers (p) Ltd; Ed 1st ; 2016; New Delhi; Pg. n.