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IN-SERVICE TRAINING (SHORT) PROGRAMME
  • 2001: The pride performance, which proved the metal of IPHQ, is the training assistance provided for Devolution of Power Programme for DCOs and District Councillors, to the Provincial Transition Team Secretariat. And planning, organisation, designing, and implementation of the Departmental Officers and District Officers Training Programme for the national cause of Devolution of Power Plan. This is the largest ever exercise for Human Resource Development, in which till date some 250 Officers have been trained in a short span of 6 months. Started in May 2001, the program will continue up to June 2002. The entire expenditure was managed by the IPH from its budget, and the cost was most economical in any comparison. The quality of management training in its design and implementation has been recognised with high admiration by the participants who included senior officers to the level of Chief Engineers also. The IPHQ has established its capacity in comparison to all other management training institutions in the province. This triumph was possible only with the undeniable and august assistance of the IPHQ's adjunct, and regular faculty which is most unequivocally acclaimed here.

The following activities have been completed. However, IPHQ does not formally claim an impact due to mismanaged channelling by health department in the recent past.

  • 1990?92: Three DDO Courses for Health Managers in collaboration with Railway Accounts Academy Quetta. (These were the first focused courses after about a decade, and were appreciated widely. However, due to an absolute ill-planning by the respective decision makers these were directed to be discontinued).
  • 1993-94: Two Training Course for medical teachers and clinicians in Health System Research.
  • 1994-95: Two high?level Training Course on research methodology for medical teachers and clinicians sponsored by WHO and College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan.
  • 1994-96: Training Workshops for members of CPSP from Balochistan for development of MCQs for FCPS & MCPS examinations.
  • 1995-00:
    • Training Workshops on Air & Water Quality Monitoring for related sectors.
    • Review of Curricula for medics and paramedics trainings in Balochistan under Second Family Health project.
    • Curriculum development for short refresher course for TBAs working in the suburbs of Quetta city in collaboration with Human Resource Advisor of British Council for Second Family Health project.
    • Curriculum development, coordination and conduction of 5?week courses on District Health Planning & Management for mid?level managers. Four such courses were conducted in IPH, Quetta.
    • Two short training programmes in Hospital Administration.
    • Curriculum development and facilitation of short courses for medics and paramedics on Health Education & Community Participation in Pishin and Panjgur districts. These were pilot districts for community participation initiative in Balochistan.
    • Training workshop for all related sectors for the development of Emergency Medical Services System and Disaster Management.
    • Skill development course for Lady Health Workers of Balochistan Rural Support Programme in preventive and curative health care of 1?month duration, for 15 persons (1998).
    • Training workshop in Community Oriented Medical Education for teaching staff of Bolan Medical College, organized by IPH and sponsored by WHO.
    • Primary Health Care training for Paramedics for integrated PHC services.
    • Workshop on tackling the problem of Y2K (Millennium Bug)
 
   
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