We would like to thank our donors for the generous support for the Project “Saving Mothers and Babies with Innovative Tools”. Under this, we are providing quality simulation-based healthcare training to service providers. The objective of these sessions is to improve maternal and child health by providing high impact, low-cost training tools for health workers and facilities.
The simulation-based training of innovative tools is essential, effective and required for saving lives at birth. High-quality simulation can substitute up to 50 % of clinical hours in pre-service nursing education.
Training was conducted for nursing students in Pushpanjali Nursing College, Agra, UP with your support. In the training, demonstrations on complex birth scenarios and newborn resuscitation were done. These demonstrations were done with the help of innovative tools like MamaNatalie, Neonatalie, Penguin Suction etc. A total of 35 students were trained.
Rani, a nursing student shared that this kind of training are very important for us as it provides real-time and hands-on training. It prepares us for handling the patients and difficult situations in advance.
Priya, another nursing student shared that we had not only learned but also applied the knowledge to handle complex baby delivery. It is a very effective way of learning.
There is a need to train and equip these Health service providers with these lifesaving tools so that improved care can be delivered and better health outcomes would lead.
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