Field site supervisory visits for Cohort 9 Residents

Background: The Cohort 9 residents recently completed their first cluster block of lectures and resumed to the various field sites where they have been posted. They resumed in the first week of September, 2017 and are expected to remain on the field site till June, 2017. During this period, it is expected that they will participate in outbreak investigations and other relevant public health activities, evaluate surveillance system of a priority disease, and conduct analysis of a secondary data among other deliverables

Objectives: In order to ensure that the field sites meet program requirements, an assessment was conducted between 2nd and 13th October, 2017 with the following objectives:

  1. To assess the suitability and sustainability of the field sites with regards to aiding residents to achieve expected outputs/deliverables
  2. To interact with the field site supervisors and intimate them further with the programme
  3. To provide supportive supervision to residents and ascertain their compliance with programme requirements
  4. To find out the challenges that residents encounter (or may encounter) at the various field sites
  5. To further advocate for the NFELTP programme

Brief meetings were held with the field supervisors and head of some of the agencies were they were intimated further with the details of the NFELTP programme and the expectations of their roles as field site supervisors. Information on field site suitability was obtained using a field site assessment indicator forms. Hard copies of programme manual were handed over to the supervisors as well. Contact details of the field site supervisors were also obtained. Finally, residents were interacted with regards to their experience on the field site as well as their progress on field site deliverables. They were also linked up with the NFELTP graduates in the state

Author : Admin
Date Published : 2017-10-24 14:40:13


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