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General Medical

and Surgical Care

There has been a growing interest from hospitals in developing a training that effectively addresses basic health and hospital behaviors and can be delivered to inpatients across wards.

Our General Medical and Surgical Care curriculum addresses some of the common health problems for which training could feasibly result in positive health impacts for patients. 

The program is presently being implemented in 28 hospitals in India by our local partners, in collaboration with the state governments of Punjab and Karnataka. 

Expected Impact on Health Outcomes

Improve

health knowledge,

health-seeking and

health-promoting

behaviors

Improve

hospital behavior

of patients

and caregivers

Increased

patient and caregiver

confidence

postdischarge

Improved

patient satisfaction

with the

health system

Increase staff and hospital satisfaction

and productivity

Evaluation to further understand the impact on these outcomes is being launched in Q3 of 2021.

Focus Areas 

 

Key topics include monitoring vitals signs, recognizing warning signs, nutrition, performing appropriate activity/exercise, treatment adherence, management of diabetes, hypertension, and other chronic diseases.

03 Products

 

Human-centered design drives the creation of our materials. Developing training materials is an iterative process involving rapid prototyping and extensive testing for both visual and medical literacy.

03 Languages

 

Language and socio-cultural relevance are key considerations while adapting products to suit the needs of different regions and communities.

English |  Punjabi  | Kannada 

Get in touch

 

If you are interested in adapting our health education content or implementing this approach in your hospital, please fill in the Contact Form or write to us at info@noorahealth.org

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