Plans afoot to provide medical faculty training in Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow: The state government aims to identify a custodian institution for quality standards in each circle by March 2023. The first part of the five-day residential training program began on 28 November. In order to improve the quality of education and training in Uttar Pradesh, twelve nursing and paramedical institutes have entered into an agreement with the Uttar Pradesh State Medical Faculty (UPSMF) to impart effective teaching skills and clinical skills to the faculty members of each institute by UPSMF experts.

Training will be given on standardization. If officials are to be believed, the aim of this initiative is to improve health services in Uttar Pradesh.

Exercise to improve the quality of nursing colleges

The institutes will be assessed on their teaching, pedagogy, availability of infrastructure and behavioral skills of the students. Two faculty members from each institute will be trained by UPSMF and its technical partners on effective teaching skills and standardization of clinical skills. After the training these faculty members will work on improving the standards in their institutions and other institutions. The quality improvement will be assessed through Quality Council of India (QCI).

Looking for an expert for every institute

Durga Shakti Nagpal, Special Secretary, Medical Education, further said that this is an opportunity for the institutes to raise their standards. Principal Secretary Medical Education Alok Kumar said that these 12 institutes have presence in seven divisions of Uttar Pradesh. There is a plan to identify at least one counseling institute in each division of Uttar Pradesh by March 2023. The move is aimed at creating a platform for improving the quality of grassroots institutions.

Training will run in these 12 schools

Rohilkhand College of Nursing in Bareilly, in Etawah, UP University of Medical Sciences, Saifai, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Nightingale Institute of Nursing, and School of Medical Sciences and Research, Sharda University, in Gonda, SCPM College of Nursing and Paramedical Sciences in Kanpur , GSVM College of Nursing, Lucknow, College of Nursing, Institute of Paramedicals (BABA), in Meerut, IIMT College of Medical Sciences, LLRM Medical College, Maa Subharti Nursing College, Saharanpur, Hillary Clinton Nursing School, Guru Shri Gorakhnath College in Gorakhpur off nursing.

Good initiative of the government

Dr. Abhishek Shukla, Secretary General, Association of International Doctors, said, “The quality of education in nursing and paramedical institutions has a direct impact on the quality of nursing care in hospitals. A good nursing student will help increase patient satisfaction from day one.” “. The government’s initiative will also bring about standardization among nursing and paramedical institutions, he said.

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