- To improve the treatment along with safety outcomes for patients by serving as an evidence based guidance for primary care physicians along with the allied health professional in clinical decision making in risk assessment, diagnosis, prognosis and management of occupation related disease or health.
- To translate and transfer emerging evidence from clinical research to clinical practice.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: –
The eligible candidates are primary care physicians (MBBS) or allied health professionals (BAMS/BHMS/B.Sc Nursing/BDS/BPT/BOT/Emergency Medical Technicians) from public as well as private institutions/organizations with minimum 3 years of work experience.
TEACHING AND TRAINING METHODOLOGY: –
The program has strong emphasis on adult learning methods – lectures, group work, case studies and experience sharing.
COURSE MODULES: –
Module 1: Introduction to Work Environment & Occupational Diseases
Module 2: Common Occupational Diseases
Module 3: Managing Occupational Diseases
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