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Automatic External Defibrillation Course

This course provides skills in early external defibrillation, for saving lives.
Learning Objectives:
The course provides detailed training on when and how to use the AED machine in an emergency situation. All management protocols will be taught. Duration: 4 hours Who should attend: Healthcare workers of all categories, who have access to AEDs Course Content:

  • Understanding the AED machine
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Practical Training & Demonstration
  • Safety aspects

Certification by Max Healthcare Institute Ltd

Neonatal Resuscitation Program (Certified by Indian Academy of Pediatrics)

The NRP Provider Course introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. It is designed for health care professionals involved in any aspect of neonatal resuscitation, including physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, nurse midwi​​ves, licensed midwives, respiratory care practitioners, and other health care professionals who provide direct care during neonatal resuscitation.

NRP Provider Courses – of 2 types; Basic Newborn Care and Resuscitation (BNCRP) and Advanced NRP

BNCRP Provider Course - Teaches a stepwise approach to Basic Neonatal Care and Resuscitation.

Participants must successfully complete Lessons 1 thru' 6 of NSSK manual

  1. Resuscitation of newborn baby (upto using Bag and Mask – for providing Positive Pressure Ventilation) – As by doing this basic skill effectively one can ensure successful resuscitation of 99% of newborns.
  2. Care of baby at birth
  3. Prevention of infection
  4. Thermal protection (including KMC)
  5. Feeding of Normal and LBW babies
  6. Transport of Newborn

One day duration – 10 hours

The Advanced NRP Provider Course - Teaches complete neonatal resuscitation. Participants should complete Lessons 1 thru' 9, of AAP’s Text book of Neonatal Resuscitation. Recommended for persons responsible for performing a complete resuscitation (or providing direct assistance).

Two day duration

Validity of Certificate – 2 years from the date of issue

Triage Concepts in Emergency

This small module aims to train Emergency personnel in the basic concepts of Triage as applicable in Hospital as well as disaster settings. The module is delivered in an interactive manner with simulation exercises which enables the participants to master the skills of Triage. Core topics covered are:

  1. What is triage?
  2. Why is Triage necessary?
  3. Where is Triage carried out?
  4. How is Triage carried out?
  5. Various Triaging systems
  6. Triage labelling
  7. Triage sieve assessment

The Course is delivered by expert faculty proficient in Emergency Medicine and is suitable for Doctors, nurses, EMTs.

Course Duration – 6 hours

Certification is provided by Max Institute of Medical Excellence on successful completion of the course

Essentials of Emergency Medicine Course

“Essentials of Emergency Medicine” is a training program designed to help doctors learn the basics of Emergency medicine enabling them to carry out the immediate assessment and treatment of patients with serious and life-threatening illnesses and injuries.

This upskilling program for doctors will be delivered using the novel Simulation techniques by trained Emergency Medicine faculty. Training is delivered with the aim of providing a perfect practice environment for learning Emergency Medicine skills with the use of standardized patients, partial task trainers & High fidelity simulation mannequins.

Pedagogy: Didactics using power point presentations, Case Discussion, Video demonstration, Hands on training in Skills Lab , High Fidelity simulation scenarios, Role plays, Clinical observership

At the end of the course participants will be able to;

  • Strengthen skills in performing primary and secondary survey of patients
  • Demonstrate skills in handling emergencies of various body systems.
  • Identify different types of shocks and manage the shock effectively.
  • Develop skills in triaging the patients
  • Handle the pediatrics and obstetrical emergencies effectively

Modules:

  • Primary, Secondary Survey & History taking skills for Emergency Patients
  • Review of BLS, ACLS skills, Basic & Advance Airway Management
  • Assessment and management of cardiac emergencies including Emergency ECG Interpretation
  • Assessment and management of sepsis and septic shock, Anaphylactic Shock
  • Assessment and management of respiratory emergencies.
  • Identification of Acid Base Imbalance and management in ED, Assessment and management of Dyselectrolytemias
  • Assessment and management of trauma & Orthopedic emergencies
  • Assessment and management of neurological emergencies, GI &Genito urinary emergencies
  • Assessment and management of poisoning , venomous bites and stings
  • Assessment and management of pediatric patients in emergency department
  • Hospital Disaster Management

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Medical graduates

DURATION: 100 hours

Max Healthcare Quality Management Course

This course presents the key theoretical concepts and current practices in quality improvement in healthcare services. The program concentrates on the fundamental management tools, techniques and specialized skills required for improving healthcare processes. It specially focuses on developing competency in using the quality planning tools to make progress on the potential for improvement in key care and service processes.

Course Modules:

MODULE. A CURRENT TRENDS IN HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

MODULE. B HOSPITAL PLANNING, DESIGNING, BIS & BUILDING CODES/NORMS

MODULE. C QUALITY IN HEALTHCARE

MODULE. D TOOLS & TECHNIQUES OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT

MODULE. E. MEDICAL ETHICS, HEALTH LAWS AND STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

MODULE. F. DATA MANAGEMENT AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS IN HEALTHCARE

MODULE. G. STUDY & VISIT TO VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS OF HOSPITAL

Course Duration: 30 days (160 hours)

Certification is provided by Max Institute of Medical Excellence on successful completion of the course

ECG and Pharmacology Course

Delivery Format:Traditional (Instructor and slide presentation)

Content / Modules:

ECG

  • Heart anatomy
  • Basic electrophysiology
  • Normal ECG measurements
  • Basic arrhythmias

Pharmacology

  • Basic ACLS drugs and usage
  • Drugs, doses and routes of administration during cardiovascular emergencies
  • Integrating basic drug pharmacology into ACLS algorithms

Features & Benefits

Two modules via slide presentations – one each for ECG and Pharmacology – which can be taught together or separately

  • Modular format for tailoring on either skill set or both together, depending on students’ needs
  • Enhances ECG recognition skills competency
  • Improves knowledge and more effective use of drugs during peri- or cardiac arrest
  • Improves student success in achieving ACLS certification
  • Strengthens ACLS algorithms competency
  • Only course in market focused on this critical knowledge

Audience : For a variety of healthcare providers, including physicians, nurses, paramedics,residents, respiratory therapists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, clinical pharmacists and ECG technicians.

Certification:ECG Course Completion Certificate.

Estimated Time: 3.5 hours for ECG module, 2.5 hours for Pharmacology module

Airway Management Course

Delivery Format: Traditional (Instructor and video)

Content / Modules:

  • Bag-mask ventilation and airway adjuncts Optional:
  • Laryngeal mask airway
  • Esophageal-tracheal combitube
  • Endotracheal tube
  • Impedance threshold device
  • Features & Benefits
  • Modular format creates course flexibility
  • Simple course flow:
    • 1) skills demonstration in a short video
    • 2) students skills practice
    • 3) testing
  • Computer-generated animation
  • Students improve their competency in critical airway skills
  • Students increase awareness of various airway products
  • Skills video demonstrations reinforce proper technique

Audience:

For healthcare providers whose occupation or volunteer activities require airway management skills

For professionals in the field of resuscitation and airway management

Written exam / skills session:

Skills practice and skills testing with Airway Management facilitator during course

Certification:Course Completion Certificate

Estimated Time: 5 hours for all modules

Temporal Bone dissection workshop

A Program designed to provide training on principles of common ear & cochlear implant surgeries topracticing ENT enthusiast. This workshop emphasizes on latest advances in diagnosis, treatment andsurgical techniques with hands on temporal bone dissection.

Surgeries covered:

  • Cochlear Implant
  • Stapedectomy
  • Ossiculoplasty
  • Facial Nerve anatomy
  • Tympanoplasty
  • Mastiodsurgey

Duration: 16 hours

Certification: Participation certification is provided to participants.

Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS) Course

Duration 3 days

Course Objectives

  • Prioritize assessment needs for The Critically ill Patient.
  • Identify appropriate diagnostic tests for the critically ill Patient.
  • Identify and respond to significant changes in the unstable patient.
  • Be able to recognize and Initiate Management of Acute Life Threatening Conditions.
  • Recognize the need for patient transfer and prepare the practitioner for optimally accomplishing that purpose.

Who should attend a FCCS Provider Course?

  • Primary care physicians.
  • Emergency medicine physicians.
  •  
  • Critical Care Fellows beginning their training.
  • Residents in training.
  • Physicians’ assistants.
  • Pre-hospital providers with lengthy patient transfer.

Topics to be covered

  • Diagnosis / Management Of Acute Respiratory Failure.
  • Mechanical Ventilation, Basics And Advance.
  • Life Threatening Infections: Diagnosis And Antibiotic Selection.
  • Diagnosis And management Of Shock.
  • Acute Coronary Syndrome.
  • Basic Hemodynamic Monitoring
  • Electrolyte And Metabolic Disturbances.
  • Critical Care In Pregnancy.
  • General Pediatric Versus Adult Patient Considerations And Others.

Skill Stations:

  • Airway Management.
  • Mechanical Ventilation A.
  • Mechanical Ventilation (Ped).
  • Defibrillation/ transcutaneous Pacing / Pericardiocentesis.
  • Vascular Access.
  • Mechanical Ventilation B.
  • Trauma / Burns.

Certification Course in Lymphedema Management & Post Breast Surgery Rehabilitation

Max Institute of Cancer Care in its pursuit of excellence in Cancer care has felt the need of training Physiotherapists and nursing in the field of Lymphedema Management and Post Surgery Rehabilitation. It is recognized that secondary lymphedema is a poorly addressed issue but affects the quality of life of the patients significantly. At Max Institute of Cancer Care, the department of Onco physiotherapy and Rehabilitation has been dedicatedly delivering optimum care for all lymphedema patients, with good results. To ensure that such care is delivered closer to their homes, we realised there is a need to train physiotherapists and nurses, so that they can offer the entire range of treatment at their place of practice

With this objective we developed a training program in association with Max Institute of Medical excellence.

Envisioned to extend the latest know how on lymphedema to physiotherapists, this course helps physiotherapists and nurses build the necessary skills in management of lymphedema. A comprehensive manual is provided to the participants serves as a ready reckoner to them.

Duration: 20 hours

Program Highlights:

  • All about lymphedema – upper and lower limb
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  • Individual hands on training : Manual Lymphatic drainage , Bandaging
  • Certification: Completion certificate by Max Institute of Medical Excellence

Critical Care Ventilation Workshop

Duration 16 hours

Target Audience Doctors - MBBS, Critical Care specialists and PG students, Emergency specialists and PG students, Critical Care & Emergency Nurses

This is a comprehensive workshop on Critical Care ventilation conducted by renowned faculty. It will cover basics to advanced topics related to ventilation in critical care settings.

Our key focus is on providing adequate time for Hands-on sessions covering various ventilator needs of critical care patients.

Course content:

  • Mechanical ventilation-core basic principle
  • Basic modes of ventilation:are they sufficient?
  • Understanding ventilator graphics: are they really useful ?
  • Mechanical ventilation in ARDS:facing the challenges!
  • Mechanical ventilation in COPD/Asthma/ILD:Key Principles
  • Weaning from mechanical ventilation: core concepts
  • Advance modes of ventilation: when basics fail !
  • Complications of mechanical ventilation : Tackling VILI !

Up Skilling course in Chemoport Insertion

Duration: 8 hours

Target Audience : Oncologists

Course content:

  • Intravenous vascular access devices
  • Insertion methodology
  • Hands on training session in OT

Endoscopic Ear Surgery Workshop

Duration : 8 hours

Target Audience: ENT specialists and PG students

The ENT & HNS department, Max Hospital, offers a continuing medicaleducation program designed to provide training on the principles ofcommon ear surgeries and cochlear implant surgery to practicing ENTenthusiast. This Endoscopic Ear Surgery workshop is organizedwith emphasis on latest advances in diagnosis, treatment and endoscopicear surgery surgical techniques with lectures and thesurgery demonstration.

Couse content:

  • Principles of Endoscopic Ear Surgery
  • Anatomy relevant for EES
  • Endoscopic Tympanoplasty
  • Endoscopic Ossiculoplasty
  • Endoscopic Stapedectomy
  • Endoscopic treatment of attic retraction pocket &epitympaniccholeostatoma
  • Endoscopic/ combined approach to Inner ear &Pterous apex
  • Principles of combined approach to ear diseases
  • Demonstration of Endoscopic Live Surgeries

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea & hands on Coblation workshop

Duration : 8 hours

Target Audience: ENT specialists and PG students

Course content:

  • Coblation Hands on Workshop on Animal Head – Techniques in snoring and OSAS
  • Severe Asthma and personalized treatment
  • "Chronic Rhino sinusitis - newer concepts andtreatment options"
  • When to use allergy testing?
  • ENT evaluation of OSAS - surgeon's view
  • How I take a sleep history and examine the patient?
  • The overlap syndrome
  • Approach to sleep apnoea in children
  • Integrating Sleep Medicine in routinePractice
  • ACOS
  • Interpretating Sleep Study reports
  • Screening & choosing -Sleep Study Level
  • Palatal surgery in OSAS
  • Outcome in children OSAS Post surgery
  • Outcome of surgery for sleep apnoea in children and adults - a physician's perspective
  • Snoring Phenotypes and personalised treatment and devices - Choosing of PAP machine

Pain Management – Use of Opioids

Duration : 4 hours

Target Audience: General Physicians

This workshop specifically addresses all major aspect of Opioid usage including the benefits, risks, side effects and strategies to enhance safety, reduce harmful effects when using these drugs. It will also cover the information required to be provided to the patient when using these drugs.

Course content:

  1. Introduction to Chronic Pain Management
  2. Commonly used opioids and their role in pain management
  3. Acuteside effects of Opioids and management strategies
  4. Chronic Side effects of Opioids and management strategies
  5. Initiating and Managing opioids (Interactive session)
  6. Law and Opioids
  7. Working together- Taking pain management out to community
  8. Case discussions

 

Ultrasound in Chronic Pain Workshop (Module 3, Pelvis and Lumbar Spine)

Duration: 12 hours

Target Audience: Practicing doctors & Post Graduation students in Anaesthesiology, Orthopaedics, Sports / Musculoskeletal Medicine, Radiology & Rheumatology

This is a comprehensive workshop on chronic pain interventions & musculoskeletal scanning conducted by renowned national and international faculty. This module covers Pelvis & Lumbar spine and is organised in collaboration with the Royal Society of Medicine, UK and Israeli Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine. The highlights include

  • Hands on Ultrasound scanning for performing pelvic and lumbar spine interventions. These sessions can help enhance the interventional skills enhance the ability to use ultrasound as an in clinic auxiliary tool
  • Prolotherapy basics
  • Pelvic Pain Symposium
  • Lectures on simplifying the Radiological investigations

This intensive module provides hands on scanning opportunity and is suitable for practicing doctors & Post Graduation students in Anaesthesiology, Orthopaedics, Sports / Musculoskeletal Medicine, Radiology & Rheumatology to help take their procedure skills to the next Level.

Basic Emergency skills refresher workshop

Target Audience – Resident doctors working in ward areas

Course Duration – 36 Hours

Hospitals are facing alack of well-trained Junior Doctors to deliver effective and efficient patient services in the hospitals. MIHER introduces a training program addressing this need to train the resident doctors to prepare them to work effectively to their best competencies in hospitals.

This course aims to give them a chance to refresh & practice lifesaving and essential clinical procedures in the safe and immersive environment of our Simulation Lab. Our specialty is our focus on hands on learning through practice on partial task trainers and incorporation of the learnt skills in clinical scenarios played in the simulated hospital environment of our high fidelity simulation Lab. Simulation-based training provides a controlled environment that imitates a real-life patient care setting where learners master skills without putting patients at risk.

Course Content:

  • Basic Life Support Refresher
  • Basic airway Management
  • Code blue team training
  • Basic Clinical Procedures Refresher
  • Management of Common Emergencies in IPD
  • Basic ECG Interpretation
  • Communication and Documentation in Healthcare
  • High Fidelity simulation scenarios with structured Debriefing

Hospital Disaster Management Workshop – Basic

Duration : 8 hours

Target Audience: Doctors, Nurses, EMTs, Administrative Staff, Hospital Engineers, Biomedical, Security, Pharmacy staff, Post Graduate Residents

COURSE Objectives:

  • Describe Basics of Hospital Incident Command System.
  • Identify triage priorities in disaster patients.
  • Perform a role in his/her respective department during disaster drill.

Course Content:

  • NDMA framework for preparedness in Healthcare Sector and Incident Response System of India
  • Lessons learnt from past disasters and discussion
  • Terminologies in Disaster Medicine
  • HVA Exercise using HVA tool software
  • Overview of Hospital Incident Command System
  • Using ICS Templates and Job Action Sheets
  • Radio Communication Exercise
  • Hospital Emergency Operation Planning
  • Triage & Triage Exercise
  • Hospital Evacuation &Alternate Care Site
  • Evacuation Exercise

Hospital Disaster Management Workshop- Intermediate

Duration :3 days

Target Audience: Doctors, Nurses, EMTs, Administrative Staff, Hospital Engineers, Biomedical, Security, Pharmacy staff, Post Graduate Residents

COURSE Objectives:

  • Describe Hospital Incident Command System.
  • Identify triage priorities in disaster patients.
  • Perform a role in the hospital command center & respective department during disaster drill.

Course Content:

  • NDMA framework for preparedness in Healthcare Sector and Incident Response System of
  • Lessons learnt from past disasters and discussion
  • Terminologies in Disaster Medicine
  • HVA Exercise using HVA tool software
  • Overview of Hospital Incident Command System
  • Using ICS Templates and Job Action Sheets
  • Radio Communication Exercise
  • Hospital Emergency Operation Planning
  • Triage
  • Managing Patients During Disaster
  • Disaster Management in ICU
  • Handling logistics in hospital disaster planning
  • Crisis Communication
  • Inter Agency Communication in disaster
  • HR issues in Disaster Management
  • Hospital Evacuation and Alternate Care Sites
  • Managing Medical Operations in disaster
  • CBRN issues in Hospital
  • Mental well being in Disaster
  • Children and elderly in Disaster
  • Business continuity and Recovery
  • Handling casualties in Disaster
  • Documentation in Disaster
  • Hospital Safety
  • Disaster Management and Quality Control
  • From Hospital to Community – Approach to Cluster Based integration in disaster management
  • Table Top Exercise
  • Hot Wash

Hospital Disaster Management Workshop –Advanced

Duration: 6 days

Target Audience: Hospital Leadership Team, Clinical leadership Team, Post Graduate Teachers, Disaster Medicine Expert

COURSE FEATURES

  • Lectures
  • Communication Exercise
  • Triage Exercise
  • Evacuation Exercise
  • CBRN Exercise
  • Extensive Table top Exercises
  • Pre and Post Test
  • In Depth Review on Conduct of Exercise
  • Drill Evaluation Tools
  • Mini Mock Drill

Essential Clinical Procedural Skills for Doctors

Course Duration - 32 hrs

Target Audience – Medical Students, Residents, Practicing clinicians

Course Objectives:

  • Learners should be able to describe the method, indications and contraindications for all the below listed procedures.
  • During the course students should be able to demonstrate use of infection control measures & proper Bio Medical waste disposal while performing the procedures.
  • Students should be able to demonstrate proper communication with the patient, treating physicians and team regarding the procedure.

Course Topics

  • Ryle’s Tube Insertion & Gastric lavage
  • Foley’s Catheter Insertion
  • Enema administration
  • Basic Infection control practices for clinical procedures
  • Pulse Oximetry, defibrillation & Cardio-version
  • Administration of injections
  • ABG sampling
  • Wound Repair/care and basic suturing
  • Splinting
  • Immobilization

Advanced Clinical Procedural Skills for Doctors

Course Duration - 32 hrs

Target Audience – PG residents of Anesthesia, Emergency Medicine, Surgery, ENT, Internal Medicine, ICU residents, Emergency Physicians & Intensive Care Physicians.

Course Objectives:

  • Learners should be able to describe the method, indications and contraindications for all the below listed procedures.
  • During the course students should be able to demonstrate use of infection control measures & proper Bio Medical waste disposal while performing the procedures.
  • Students should be able to demonstrate proper communication with the patient, treating physicians and team regarding the procedure.

Course Topics:

  • Central Line Management
  • ICD insertion
  • Surgical Cricothyroidotomy
  • Advanced airway Management using difficult airway techniques
  • Percutaneous Tracheostomy
  • Arterial Line Insertion & monitoring
  • Needle Thoracostomy
  • Intraosseous Devices
  • Defibrillation & Cardioversion
  • Transcutaneous Pacing

Foundation Course on Medical Emergencies for Physicians

Course Duration – 40 hrs

Target Audience – Final Year Medical Students, Interns, First year residents, General Physicians

Course Objectives:

  • Students should be able to describe and perform management of basic medical emergencies as described below
  • During the course students should be able to demonstrate use of infection control measures & proper Bio Medical waste disposal while managing patients
  • Students should be able to demonstrate proper communication with the patient, attendants, nursing staff and other doctors.
  • Students should be able demonstrate appropriate team behavior while managing patients

Course Topics:

  • Approach to an Emergency Patient
  • Triage
  • Recognition of common emergency conditions
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • Neurological Emergencies
  • General Management of Poisonings.
  • GI and Genitourinary emergencies

Simulation Based Training In Emergency Medicine

This is simulation based training in Emergency Medicine conducted using High to medium fidelity simulation manikins and techniques. The program emphasizes on strengthening the practical skills in budding doctors working in Emergency departments.

Course Duration –Customizable as per the topics chosen

Target Audience – Emergency Medicine Students, Residents, Practicing clinicians

Course Topics:

  • Primary, Secondary Survey & History taking skills in ED
  • Review of BLS & ACLS skills
  • Emergency Airway Management
  • Emergency IV access - Central line insertion, Intraosseous
  • Immobilization of Trauma Patients (C Spine Protection, Head immobilization, application of Spine board)
  • Application of splints in Upper and lower limb
  • Assessment and management of cardiac emergencies
  • Assessment and management of respiratory emergencies
  • Assessment and management of neurological emergencies
  • Assessment and management of sepsis and septic shock
  • Assessment and management of trauma
  • Assessment and management of pediatric patients in emergency department
  • Assessment and management of gynecological emergencies
  • Assessment and management of wounds, bites & Orthopedic emergencies
  • Assessment and management of GI &Genito urinary emergencies
  • Assessment and management of Endocrine related emergencies
  • Assessment and management of poisoning , venomous bites and sting
  • Assessment and management of Environmental emergencies
  • Identification of Acid Base Imbalance and management in ED
  • Assessment and Management of Dyselectrolytemias
  • Ventilator Management in ED and during transport of critically ill patients
  • Communication Skills in ED and handling MLC case in ED

 

Essentials Of Critical Care Medicine Course

PARTICIPANT ELIGIBILTY – MBBS doctors with at least 2 years of clinical experience

COURSE DURATION – 15 days (8 Hours Daily)

COURSE OBJECTIVE - During this 15 days training program, the candidate will get an orientation to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with serious medical and surgical diseases commonly seen in the intensive care unit. On completion of the course participant should be able to:

  • Describe the presentation, construct a differential diagnosis & apply the appropriate management in common conditions presenting in intensive care Units
  • Perform common procedures

COURSE CONTENT

  • Inauguration, Introduction, Preassessment, Primary, Secondary Survey & History taking skills for Critical Patients
  • Review of BLS, ACLS skills, Basic & Advance Airway Management
  • Assessment and management of cardiac critical conditions including Emergency ECG Interpretation
  • Assessment and management of sepsis and septic shock, Anaphylactic Shock
  • Assessment and management of respiratory conditions.
  • Identification of Acid Base Imbalance and management in ED, Assessment and Management of Dyselectrolytemias& common endocrine emergencies
  • Assessment and management of trauma & Orthopedic emergencies
  • Assessment and management of neurological emergencies, GI &Genito urinary emergencies
  • Assessment and management of poisoning , venomous bites and stings
  • Assessment and management of pediatric patients in emergency department
  • Assessment and management of Obgyn patients in emergency department

TRAINING METHODOLOGY:

  • Lectures
  • Discussion
  • Skill trainers for procedural training
  • High Fidelity Simulation
  • Role Plays
  • Quizzes
  • ICU visits

Infectious disease management simulation workshop

Duration: 6 hours

Target Audience: Internal Medicine residents

Course Aim:

This course aims to give Internal Medicine residents a chance to practice some lifesaving clinical procedures in the safe and immersive environment of our Simulation Lab

The course would focus on hands on learning through practice on partial task trainers and incorporation of the learnt skills in a clinical scenario played in the simulated Emergency room of our high fidelity simulation Lab

Topics

  • Advanced airway Management
  • Central Line Management
  • Defibrillation, Cardioversion & Transcutaneous Pacing
  • 2 High Fidelity simulation scenarios with structured Debriefing

COVID : Infection control protocol

Duration: 3 hours

Target Audience: All Healthcare Workers

Topics:

  • Personal Protective Equipment for Covid 19
  • Isolation Ward SOPs
  • Cleaning, Disinfection and sterilization of Respiratory Equipment
  • Spill Management
  • Biological Waste Management
  • Healthcare Worker Safety

COVID : Patient Management protocol

Duration: 3 hours

Target Audience: All physicians managing Covid 19 patients

Contents

  • Case Definitions
  • Sample algorithm for management of suspected COVID -19 cases
  • Laboratory Diagnosis
  • Criteria for classifying of disease
  • ICMR Criteria for testing
  • Indication for hospital admission
  • Treatment of COVID-19 Cases
  • Airway Management
  • Ventilatory Management
  • Management of shock
  • Complications and intervention
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • ECMO

Rain the Trainer - Pedagogical tools workshop

We organize train the trainer workshops for Doctors, Nurses & Allied health professionals who are interested in teaching. The workshops are customizable as per the learner needs. Some of the topics included are

  • Trainers tool kit -Pedagogical approaches, Use of AV aids, Ice breakers, energizers, classroom activities
  • Training Foundations - Effective Communication, Professional knowledge & skills, Legal and ethical compliance, Cultural sensitivity
  • Planning & Preparation - Instructional methods and material, Contingency plans, student needs assessment, Use of IT/ Media in training
  • Trainers strength - Effective Presentation & Facilitation Skills
  • Course Administration - Developing & using Lesson Plans, Retention of knowledge and skills
  • Skills Lab Requirement, Practical Training, Clinical posting, Assessment, Evaluation, Remediation

Basic Simulation Instructor Course

Simulation based medical education is defined as any educational activitythat utilizes simulation aides to replicate clinical scenarios. Althoughmedical simulation is relatively new, simulation has been used for a longtime in other high risk professions such as aviation. Medical simulationallows the acquisition of clinical skills through deliberate practice ratherthan an apprentice style of learning. Simulation tools serve as analternative to real patients. A trainee can make mistakes and learn fromthem without the fear of harming the patient

Course Objectives: After completion of thiscourse the participant will be able to:

1) Prepare for a simulation scenario

2) Conduct a pre-brief of simulation scenario

3) Conduct a simulation session

4) Debrief after a simulation scenario

This is a customizable course depending on learner experience & needs.

Hand Hygiene: Give a helping hand by washing yours!

Aim

  • Increase awareness about need of hand Hygiene
  • Discuss when to practice hand hygiene
  • Demonstrate steps of hand wash
  • Improve compliance to hand hygiene

Duration: 4 hours

Audience: All hospital staff

Module Objective:

At the completion of this module the participant should be able to:

  • Discuss the importance of good hand hygiene in daily patient care
  • List barriers to hand hygiene and ways to overcome them
  • Discuss the latest hand hygiene guidelines and demonstrate the steps
  • Incorporate good hand hygiene practices in daily practice

Needle stick Injuries: Dont get stuck with one!

Aim: To provide understanding of safe injection and sharp disposal practices that will avoid spread of blood borne pathogens

Duration: 4 hours

Audience: All hospital staff

Module Objective: At the completion of this module the participant should be able to:

  • Discuss the risks associated with occupational exposure to blood and other bodily fluids
  • Demonstrate safe injection techniques and how to avoid exposure to body fluids
  • Discuss the use of Personal protective equipment
  • Describe the post exposure prophylaxis methods and follow up in case of a needle stick injury

Nosocomial Infections: Chasing the super bugs!

Aim: The module defines nosocomial infections and describes their prevalence. It focusses on the sources, prevention and management of these infections

Duration: 8 hours

Audience: All hospital staff

Module Objective:

At the completion of this module the participant should be able to:

  • Define and differentiate between nosocomial and community acquired infections
  • Discuss the means to diagnose nosocomial infections
  • List the means of transmission and how to prevent
  • Discuss risk factors which increase the chances of acquiring nosocomial infections
  • Describe methods of minimizing nosocomial infections

Infection Control: An Ounce of Prevention

Aim: To create awareness regarding risks of infection in a healthcare setting and develop skills to minimize them.

Duration: 24 hours

Audience: All hospital staff

Module

  • Standard precautions
  • Hand hygiene
  • Bio medical waste management
  • Needle stick Injuries
  • Nosocomial infections
  • General cleaning, disinfection and sterilization
  • Infection control during use of invasive devices

COURSES FOR SUPPORT STAFF

Max Emergency Life Saving (CPR) course

To provide basic emergency life support skills that are easy to apply in real world emergency situations. The participants will learn how to recognize a life-threatening emergency, how to provide immediate life support and what to do in the case of an airway obstruction or choking.

Course Description

The Course provides practical user-friendly information to train laypersons in the skills of adult, child and infant CPR.

Duration : 4 hours

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the signs of a cardiac arrest.
  • Learn how to give CPR to an adult and infant whose heart has stopped beating.
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of a breathing emergency.
  • Learn how to care for an adult and infant who stops breathing.
  • Learn how to care for an adult and infant who is choking.

Who Should Attend

  • The course is required for all support staff in the hospital

Course Content

  • ABC Assessment
  • One Person CPR
  • Two Person CPR
  • Foreign Body removal
  • Infant CPR

Course Evaluation

The successful participants must have completed all of the below:

  • Attendance through entire program.
  • Satisfactory practical skills demonstration of CPR on completion of course.
  • Post test questionnaire: minimum marks of 80%.
  • Certification will be valid for 2 years

MAX FIRST AID, CPR & AED course

Aims of the course:

At the end of the workshop, the candidate will be:

  1. Able to recognize the seriousness and nature [medical/ trauma /environmental] of any emergency and communicate it to the emergency team.
  2. Will be well conversant with all the contents in the first aid / trauma kit and optimal utilization of the contents for improving victim survival.

Objective of the course:

At the end of the workshop, the candidate will be able to:

  1. Perform assessment of the scene safety for himself, victim and the bystanders.
  2. Demonstrate activation of Emergency services as appropriate
  3. Demonstrate use of appropriate personal protective precautions [PPP] for infection control.
  4. Recognize the need for performing CPR in adult, child & infant
  5. Perform good quality CPR to cardiac arrest victims of all age
  6. Demonstrate appropriate first aid to trauma emergencies e.g major and minor bleeding control, application of splints, immobilizing the patient , care of amputated limbs , burns etc
  7. Perform correct lifting and moving of a trauma patient
  8. Recognize signs and provide appropriate first aid of life threatening medical emergencies e.g cardiac emergencies, breathing emergencies, acute allergic reactions, shock etc
  9. Recognize signs and provide appropriate first aid of life threatening environmental emergencies e.g bites and stings, poisoning, heat and cold emergencies, drowning etc
  10. Report the attended emergency to appropriate authority and emergency team.

Methodology:

The training will be delivered by experienced American Heart Association certified Instructors.

The Student: Instructor Ratio will be kept 10:1 to ensure adequate interaction and supervision of students. Language of instruction will be English.

All the students will be given printed course material

The training methodology used will consist of a combination of:

  1. Didactic sessions
    1. PPT based
    2. Video based
  2. Skills training in small groups – Hands on training learning the various skills required for providing First Aid & CPR
  3. Scenario / Simulation Based training - First aid scenarios are simulated on manikins and candidates are trained to apply the principles /skills of first aid learned. This helps them practice the lessons learned in a controlled environment under the supervision of Instructors
  4. Case Discussions

DURATION: 8 hours

NURSING COURSES

Obstetric Nursing Course

This course is designed to assist the student in developing expertise and in-depth understanding in the field of Obstetric Nursing .It will help the student to develop advanced nursing skills for nursing interventions in various obstetrical conditions.

It will further enable the students to function as team leader in labour rooms

Objectives

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the epidemiology, aetiology, pathophysiology and diagnostic assessment of women with obstetric conditions
  • Perform physical, psychosocial, cultural & spiritual assessment
  • Demonstrate competence in caring for women with obstetrical conditions
  • Demonstrate competence in caring for high risk new born.
  • Identify and Manage obstetrical and neonatal emergencies as per protocol.
  • Practice infection control measures
  • Utilize recent technology and various diagnostic, therapeutic modalities in the management of obstetrical and neonatal care.
  • Demonstrate skill in handling various equipment /gadgets used for obstetrical and neonatal care
  • Teach and supervise nurses and allied health workers.
  • Counsel patients and families
  • Incorporate evidence based nursing practice and identify the areas of research in the field of obstetrical nursing

Course Duration: 3 months (600 hours)

OJT and clinical skills training: 420 hours

Didactic: 180 hours

Course Eligibility: BSc/GNM Nursing with at least 2 years clinical experience

Pedagogical Tools:Lectures, Seminars, simulation and case based training, Case discussions, Bed side clinics,

Emergency Nursing

Programme Objectives

At the end of the course the learners will be able to:-

  • Develop depth in the concept of emergency nursing care.
  • Build knowledge and skills in handling emergencies in various body systems.
  • Strengthen skills in life saving situations.
  • Develop skills to manage the emergency care units in the hospital.
  • Apply the knowledge in handling behaviour emergencies.

Duration of the course: Three months

Eligibility criteria : Registered Nurse Registered Midwife (R.N.R.M) with G.N.M/B.Sc.(N)/P.B. B. Sc. (N)/ M. Sc. (N) or equivalent

Modules:

1 Introduction to Emergency Nursing Care

2 Nursing Skills for emergency care

3 Psycho-social aspects in emergency nursing care

4 Medical and surgical emergency nursing care

5 Role of nurse in care of Traumatic injuries

6 Obstetrical and gynaecological emergency nursing care

7 Neonatal and Paediatric emergency nursing care

8 Behavioural emergency nursing care

9 Nursing Administration

Acute Pain Care Nursing

This course is designed to assist the student in understanding the pathophysiologyof pain and developing expertise in the field of Acute Pain Care Nursing.It will help the student to develop advanced nursing skills for assessing and managing pain in post-operative patients. It will further enable the students to function as team leader in MHC Acute pain care services.

Objectives

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Explain the experience and pathophysiology of pain.
  • Describe the basic principles of acute pain management in post- operative patients
  • Demonstrate skills in pharmacological and non- pharmacological management of pain
  • Discuss the principles of patient controlled analgesia and apply the same for pain management in post -operative patients
  • Demonstrate ability to plan, supervise, educate patients receiving different types of analgesia
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills with patient, attendants and co workers

clinical experience

Pedagogical Tools: Lectures, Seminars, simulation and case based training, Case discussions, Bed side clinics

Essential Clinical Procedural Skills for Nursing

Learn all the basic clinical skills in the safe environment of a simulation lab on mannikins before doing on patients. The course is focussed on clinical aspects of the procedures with strong emphasis on communication and team work

Modules:

  • Ryle'sTube Insertion and care
  • Catheter Insertion and Care
  • Enema
  • ET intubation and suctioning
  • Pulse oximetry and defibrillation
  • Administration of injections
  • ABG sampling
  • Assisting in central line insertion and monitoring
  • Eye and ear irrigation
  • Care of Ostomies
  • Blood sampling

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: B.sc Nursing, GNM, ANM students, staff nurses

DURATION: 30 hours