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NEW Cervical Cancer Control in India

ecancer Education; National Cancer Crid, India, (2019)


A new e-learning course has just been released, aimed at healthcare professionals working with patients in India exploring HPV screening and vaccination, assessment and diagnosis of cervical cancer, and palliative care for patients with advanced cervical cancer. The course was developed by ecancer in collaboration with Indian experts specialising in gynaecological cancers and supported by the National Cancer Grid, India - all the modules are completely open access and free to take.
https://ecancer.org/education/course/40-cervical-c...


NEW Management of Type 2 Diabetes. Training Manual

WHO Collaborating Centre for Capacity Building and Research in Community-based Noncommunicable Disease Prevention and Control, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India. , Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, India, (2019)


WHO Package of Essential NCD Interventions (PEN) Accessed March 18,2019
https://www.who.int/diabetes/Diabetes-training-man...


WHO mhGAP Guideline update

WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2015)


Update of the Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP) Guideline for Mental, Neurological and Substance use Disorders May 2015
https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107130


Module: Psychoses

WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2015)


Overview Learning objectives • Promote respect and dignity for people with psychoses. • Name common presentations of psychoses. • Name assessment principles of psychoses. • Name management principles of psychoses. • Perform an assessment for psychoses. • Use effective communication skills when interacting with a person psychoses. • Assess and manage physical health concerns in psychoses. • Assess and manage emergency presentations of psychoses. • Provide psychosocial interventions to persons with psychoses and their carers. • Deliver pharmacological interventions as needed and appropriate in psychoses considering special populations. • Plan and performs follow-up sessions for people with psychoses. • Refer to specialist and links with outside agencies for psychoses as appropriate and available.
www.who.int/mental_health/mhgap/psy_module.pdf?ua=...


Module: Other significant mental health complaints

WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2015)


Overview Learning objectives • Promote respect and dignity for people with other significant mental health complaints. • Know the common presentation of other significant mental health complaints. • Know the assessment principles of other significant mental health complaints. • Know the management principles of other significant mental health complaints. • Perform an assessment for other significant mental health complaints. • Use effective communication skills in interaction with people with other significant mental health complaints. • Assess and manage physical health in other significant mental health complaints. • Provide psychosocial interventions to persons with other significant mental health complaints and their carers. • Know there are no specific pharmacological interventions for other significant mental health complaints. • Plan and perform follow-up for other significant mental health complaints. • Refer to specialists and links with outside services for other significant mental health complaints where appropriate and available.
www.who.int/mental_health/mhgap/oth_module.pdf?ua=...


Module: Self-harm/suicide

WHO, Eds.: who, (2015)


Overview Learning objectives • Promote respect and dignity for people with self-harm/suicide. • Know the common presentations of self-harm/suicide. • Know the principles of assessment of self-harm/suicide. • Know the management principles of self-harm/suicide. • Perform an assessment for self-harm/suicide. • Assess and manage co-morbid physical health conditions in a person with self-harm/ suicide. • Assess and manage emergency presentations of self-harm/suicide. • Provide psychosocial interventions to persons with self-harm/suicide. • Provide follow-up sessions for people with self-harm/suicide. • Refer to mental health specialists and links to outside agencies for self-harm/suicide as appropriate.
www.who.int/mental_health/mhgap/sui_module.pdf?ua=...


Guidelines For The Management Of Conditions Specifically Related To Stress

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2013)


Objectives and scope of the document This document was developed to provide recommended management strategies for problems and disorders that are specifically related to the occurrence of a major stressful event. The recommended strategies will form the basis of a new module to be added to the WHO (2010) mhGAP Intervention Guide for use in non-specialized specialized health-care settings. The scope of the problems covered by these guidelines is: symptoms of acute stress in the first month after a potentially traumatic event, with the following subtypes: - symptoms of acute traumatic stress (intrusion, avoidance and hyperarousal) in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - symptoms of dissociative (conversion) disorders in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - non-organic (secondary) enuresis in the first month after a potentially traumatic event (in children); - hyperventilation in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - insomnia in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD); bereavement in the absence of a mental disorder.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/85119/1/9...


mhGAP operations manual

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2018)


mhGAP is based on evidence-based technical guidelines (4) and provides a set of tools and training packages to extend service provision. The mhGAP Intervention Guide (mhGAP-IG) for MNS disorders in non-specialized health settings (8) is a clinical decision-making tool for assessing and managing priority MNS conditions (depression, psychoses, epilepsy, child and adolescent mental and behavioural disorders, dementia, disorders due to substance use, self-harm and suicide).
apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/275386/97...


Training of Trainers and Supervisors (ToTS) training programme

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2013)


What can you expect? As a future facilitator your role will be to learn about the structure of mhGAP-IG, how to teach the materials and utilize opportunities to prastice facilitation and supervision skills. As a supervisor your role will be to serve as a point of reference for non-specialized health-care providers, supporting them in providing service for individuals with MNS disorders in non-specialized health settings.
www.who.int/mental_health/mhgap/tots_slides.pdf


Assessment and Management of Conditions Specifically Related to Stress mhGAP Intervention Guide Module

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2013)


This module should always be used together with the mhGAP Intervention Guide for Mental, Neurological and Substance Use Disorders in Non-specialized Health Settings (WHO, 2010), which outlines relevant general principles of care and management of a range of other mental, neurological and substance use disorders. (www.who.int/mental_health/publications/mhGAP_ intervention_guide/en/index.html) In the future, this module may be integrated with other products in the following ways: – This module may be integrated – in its full form – into future iterations of the existing mhGAP Intervention Guide. – The module will be integrated –in a simplified structure – into a new product, the WHO-UNHCR mhGAP Intervention Guide for Humanitarian Settings (planned for 2014).
https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/...


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