Sensitisation for Qualified Private Practitioner in the presence of STO MP Dr. Atul Kharate at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.

Even today maximum part of Health care services in India is taken care by private sector, this includes doctor from different streams (includes AYUSH), Paramedical staff, Private and other Charitable hospital and Labs. So when we talk about TB Free India, role of Private sector became too important. Considering the fact, sensitization and engagement of Qualified Private Practitioner (QPP) is one of measure component for Urban site under Project Axshya.  First programme towards engagement of QPP was organized at Jabalpur on 30th June 2016 with support from District Tuberculosis Unit and Indian Medical Association, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.

Objectives:

Systematically involve QPP to increase in case detection, notification and treatment outcome of TB.

Resource Person:

  • Atul Kharate, State Tuberculosis Officer, was one of invite as key resource person.
  • Rashi Dabor, Leading chest Physician from Jabalpur was second Resource person.

Session:

  • Time for speakers has to cut short due to delay in the programme.
  • Participants got to know about the project Axshaya in welcome session by Dr. Vishal Dessai, Medical Consultant, CBCI Card.
  • Atul Kharte, State Tuberculosis Officer session was quite impressive and appreciated by participants. He spoke on over all RNTCP Programme and how it evolves, newer diagnostic techniques and treatment components.
  • Rashi Dabor, second resource person gave insight Knowledge on Standard treatment for Tuberculosis which need to be followed  as per guideline in private sector  and shared his experience and practical difficulties faced by QPP  while treating the disease.
  • Vineet Tandiya, Urban coordinator brief audience on notification and reporting part before closure.

Outcome:

  • Clear Message on Standard TB Treatment, Notification and adherence delivered to the leading QPP at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
  • Among participants, most were quite infusive who can motivate other QPP for the engagement.
  • Got assurance from IMA President to involve and support from IMA Members in the programme.
  • QPP who were part of programme gave assurance to play there bite role in TB Free India.
  • Based on learning, try to work better way out on QPP Engagement.

Learning Points:

  • To convince , engage qualified private practitioner (QPP) and Getting them at one platform or have one to one session is difficult task.
  • Need better coordination with Association members and Health administration.
  • To have clear border line on role and involvement of District Tuberculosis Team , IMA and CBCI Card while organizing such events.

Path Ahead:

  • Look at short falls and work out better way towards QPP Engagement and coordinate .

Closure and vote of thanks by Dr. Dhiraj Dhawande, District Tuberculosis Officer on note that we will work towards  TB Free India.

 

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