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People Centred Care      Round Table 2        Dr. Issa Said Al Shuaili  Acting Director, Environmental and  Occupational H...
Introduction Occupational Health in Oman Workforce : 1 Million, 17 % are Omani Multi-displainiry approach – National  O...
Integration of OHS in primary healthcare-Oman Experience Situation analysis for readiness of health care system for    in...
People-centered Care –Role andfunctions of primary health care Health promotion and health education at    workplace   M...
Capacity required Need assessment study of local context Consider the culture-culture sensitive Community and workers p...
Research Developing evaluation system for integration-pre  and post experimental study Indicators for performance ( inpu...
Conclusion People centered care can be achieved through: Easy Accessibility Partnership with people Considering divers...
Thank Youwww.moh.gov.om/deoh
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Rt 2 people centred care oman

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at the WHO/TNO/Dutchgovernment Congres 'Connecting Health and Labour' 29 - 1 December 2012

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Rt 2 people centred care oman

  1. 1. People Centred Care Round Table 2 Dr. Issa Said Al Shuaili Acting Director, Environmental and Occupational Health Department , Ministry of Health, Oman Connecting Health and Labour, WHO GlobalConference, 29 November – 1 December 2011, The Hague, Netherlands
  2. 2. Introduction Occupational Health in Oman Workforce : 1 Million, 17 % are Omani Multi-displainiry approach – National Occupational health and Safety Committee, GCC Committee for Occupational health and Safety Committee Regulations: Labour Law, Civil Service Law , in 2008 Regulation for OHS for establishments governed by labour Law(health workplace initiatives, protection of women, medical surveillance )
  3. 3. Integration of OHS in primary healthcare-Oman Experience Situation analysis for readiness of health care system for integration- plan for Pilot project Conducting annual two weeks training course in Environmental and Occupational medicine for family physicians and primary health care doctors form different regions in Oman.(50 doctors trained in 3 years). Provision of the importance of health promotion and health education in workplace through primary health care. Training of primary health care personnel in risk assessment Develop a curriculum plan for occupational hygienist Bachelor degree Review disability assessment system and how it can be deliver by primary health care doctors Plan for attaching 20 Omani doctors from primary health
  4. 4. People-centered Care –Role andfunctions of primary health care Health promotion and health education at workplace Medical surveillance Fitness to work Risk assessment Early detection of Occupational diseases and prevention of OD and Injuries Disability Assessment Provision of Personal Protective equipments OHS for health care workers
  5. 5. Capacity required Need assessment study of local context Consider the culture-culture sensitive Community and workers participation, partnership with workers and empowerment of workers Human Resources development – should started from medical school Developing a guideline or curriculum for training of primary health care doctors Infrastructure for workplace monitoring(basic devices such as Noise level meter, Audiometery etc. Information resources such as MSDS for chemicals, database
  6. 6. Research Developing evaluation system for integration-pre and post experimental study Indicators for performance ( input –process and output indicators )
  7. 7. Conclusion People centered care can be achieved through: Easy Accessibility Partnership with people Considering diversity Culture sensitive Empowerment of workers Gender specific
  8. 8. Thank Youwww.moh.gov.om/deoh

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