1. SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (HIM).

PROGRAMME NOMENCLETURE

Professional Diploma in Health Information Management

GOAL

This programme is designed to provide the graduant with the knowledge and skill to assist in planning, collating, organizing, disseminating and monitoring vital information required at the Primary Health Care, and State levels in order to ensure effective and comprehensive health care delivery.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

A diplomat of this programme should be able to

  1. Assist in planning and organizing health information services in health care delivery system.
  2. Organize and control health records under supervision, in health and medical establishments.
  3. Collect, store, retrieve and preserve health information.
  4. Collate, analyze, and present health statistics, under supervision.
  5. Participate in planning quality control evaluation and researches in health care delivery system and other relevant committees in defining standards for health information.
  6. Function as monitoring and evaluation officer.

 

DURATION

Its duration shall be three academic sessions of six semesters, including supervised clinical work experience (or SIWES)

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT.

Applicants with the following qualifications may be considered for admission into the Professional Diploma Programme.

A minimum of 4 credits in the relevant subjects, at not more than two (2) sittings at the SSCE, WAEC or its equivalent. The subjects must include

  1. Mathematics
  2. English language
  3. Biology or Health Science
  4. Physics or Chemistry and
  5. Any other subject(s)

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The Diploma is a three year terminal professional programme including industrial attachment under the supervision of the Health Records Officers.

 

CURRICULUM

The curriculum of Diploma programmes consists of five main components.

These are

  1. General studies or Education
  2. Basic or Foundation courses
  1. Supervised Industrial Work Experience Schemes (SIWES)

 

STUDENT INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME (SIWES)

A minimum of four weeks SIWES shall be undertaken at the end of each second semester of the Diploma programme.

 

CERTIFICATION

A gradaunt of this programme will be awarded a Professional Diploma in Health Information Management.

 

CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF ND CERTIFICATE

The HRORBN will award Diploma to candidates who successfully completed the programme in Pilar College of Health Technology after passing the prescribed course work, examinations, diploma project, supervised work experience scheme (SIWES) and attendance.

 

INDEXING OF STUDENTS

All newly admitted students will be presented to the board for indexing by the HRORBN within the first semester into the school of admission.

 

 

 

  1. SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY HEALTH EXTENSION WORKER ( CHEW)

SENIOR CHEW

The Community Health Extension Worker (CHEW) is a member of the health team for Primary Health Care (PHC). The Community Health Extension Worker will spend 50% of his time in the clinic. He or she has the responsibility of supervising the Junior Community Health Extension Workers (JCHEW), the Community Health Extension Worker in training, the Volunteer Village Health Workers and the Traditional Birth Attendants. He or she is to be supervised by the Community Health Officer (CHO).

 

JOB TITLE

Community Health Extension Worker (CHEW) or Diploma in Community Health.

 

LOCATION OF THE JOB

LGA PHC Department or community

 

PERSONAL QUALIFICATION

  1. Physically and mentally fit.
  2. Able to communicate and work well with people in the community.
  1. Willing to live and work in the community.
  2. Mature, approachable, friendly and honest.
  3. Able to work independently when necessary and make payment.

 

ENTRY QUALIFICATION

  1. For advancement of confirmed, academically qualified Junior Community Health Extension Worker who has been on the grade for a minimum of 2 years.
  2. Four credit level passes at WAEC, NECO or GCE O’level at not more than two sittings. These must include
  3. Biology or Health Science
  4. One subject chosen from Chemistry, Food & Nutrition, Physics and Geography.
  5. Two subjects chosen from Economics, Accounts, Commerce, Agricultural Science and Social Sciences.
  6. Credit in English language and Mathematics is compulsory

 

DURATION OF COURSE

3 calendar years.

 

CERTIFICATE AWARDED

Diploma in Community Health

 

COMMUNITY BASED FUNCTIONS

  1. Explain to the community the Primary Health Care approach of the Nigerian Health System and his role as a member of the health team to link the community with health care system.
  2. Carry out community mobilization for health action.
  3. Guide and support the Volunteer Village Health Workers (VVHWs), Traditional Birth Attendants (TBTs) and Junior Health Extension Workers (JCHEW) to initiate preliminary contact with the leaders.
  4. Familiarize self with target population and health services within the community.
  5. Follow up and provide support for the initial contact made by the Volunteer Village Health Workers, Traditional Birth Attendants or Junior Community Health Extension Workers with the community leaders.
  6. Initiate the information and facilitate the effective functioning of the Development Committee.
  7. Attend Community Development Committee meetings in rotation at least two times a year.
  8. Participate in, and supervise Primary Health Care house numbering and placement of home based records.
  9. Update house numbering and placement of home based records during home visits and through reports and records from Junior Community Health Extension Workers, Volunteer Village Health Workers and Traditional Birth Attendants.
  10. Initiate and work with the community and other health workers to carry out community diagnosis and continuous health needs assessment of the community (Health needs include areas related to provision of good roads, good water supply, education, agriculture, nutritional problems, HIV&AIDS, poverty eradication, etc)
  11. Initiate and work with the community and other health workers to carry out general community survey, social and cultural characteristics of the community.
  12. Work with other health workers and the community to identify major health problems of the community, including HIV&AIDS, Teenage Pregnancies, Juvenile delinquency, problems of the elderly, gender inequality, etc.
  13. Teach the Junior Health Extension Workers simple methods of data collection and analysis.
  14. Participate in the analysis of data collected.
  15. Initiate and or work with the supervising officer and community members to
  16. Prioritize health problems.
  17. Plan solutions to identified health needs.
  1. Set coverage objectives (targets)
  2. Identify workable interventions
  3. Prepare and or assist the supervising officers in preparing budget for implementation of plans.
  4. Prepare a schedule of activities for the delivery of services to tackle the priority health problems.
  5. Work with Supervising Officer, Junior Community Health Extension Workers, Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants and community members to carry out plans.
  6. Develop a monthly work plan with the approval of the supervising officers.
  7. Coordinate the work of the Junior Community Health Extension Workers and the Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants.
  8. Manage Junior Community Health Extension Workers and Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants referrals and ‘At Risk’ cases within the community using Standing Orders.
  9. Support Junior Community Health Extension Workers and Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants’ efforts on health education and initiate periodic health campaigns within the community.
  10. Supervise the activities of the Junior Community Health Extension Workers and Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants and give feedbacks.
  11. Assess the accomplishments of set coverage objectives (targets) by Junior Community Health Extension Workers and Volunteer Village or Traditional Birth Attendants.
  12. Collect and collate records collected by Junior Community Health Extension Workers and Volunteer Village Health Workers or Traditional Birth Attendants and forward these to the Supervising Officer.
  13. Supervise the operation of the Essential Drug System and the Drug Revolving Fund.
  14. Keep accurate records of activities and health problems as required within the area of coverage.
  15. Analyze and summarize data collected and present them in simple graphic forms.
  16. Compile monthly returns and reports, and send to the Supervising Officer and the Community Development Committee.
  17. Collect updates from Volunteer Village Health Worker or Traditional Birth Attendant on records of information on births, deaths and new entrants into the community.
  18. Decide, in consultation with Community Health Officer where available, when there is need for more packaged drugs.
  19. Maintain a roster for regular servicing of equipment, if Community Health Officer is not available.
  20. Constantly monitor staff and vehicle movements, if Community Health Officer is not available.
  21. Maintain a roster decided upon with Volunteer Village Health Workers (VVHWs) or Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) for meetings, and inform the community.
  22. Carry out all the other duties assigned him or her by the Supervising Officer.

 

CLINIC BASED FUNCTIONS

1.1 Organize and run Integrated Primary Health Care Services where the Community Health Officer is not available. These services are listed in the Nigerian National Health Plan and include

  1. Health Education concerning prevention and control of prevailing problems.
  2. Promoting water supply and basic sanitation.
  3. Maternal and child health, including reproductive health, e.g. provision of antenatal care and delivery of normal pregnancy, postnatal care and specified reproductive health services.
  4. Providing immunization services.
  5. Managing logistics and cold chain system.
  6. Carrying out of equipment sterilization according to established protocol.
  7. Treatment of common conditions and injuries.
  8. Performing simple laboratory tests and examination e.g. hemoglobin estimation, stool and urine testing etc.
  9. Keeping and checking that clinic equipment are in safe and good working order.
  10. Promoting mental and dental health.

1.2. Collect and collate monitoring and evaluation data for the National Health Information System (NHIS) from the Community Facility and forward to the Ward level.

1.3. Carry out with Community Health Officer (where available) the day-to-day administration of health services in the target population.

 

TRAINING FUNCTIONS

1.0 Identify learning needs of Junior Community Health Extension Workers (JCHEWs) and Volunteer Village Health Workers (VVHWs) or Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs). And members in the Community Development Committee.

2.0 Provide on the job training as necessary.

3.0 Collaborate in the planning, implementation and evaluation of training programmes for JCHEWs and VVHWs or TBAs.

4.0 Teach the Junior Community Health Extension Workers simple methods of data collection, collation and analysis.

NOTE: A CHEW has now been rated as a skilled Attendant at Birth just like Doctors, Nurses and Midwives by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

JCHEW

The Junior Community Health Extension Worker is a member of the Ward Health Team who works directly with VVHWs/TBAs. He/she is employed by the formal Health system and is expected to spend 80% of his/her working time in the community and 20% in the clinic. He/she is supervised by the Community Health Extension Worker (CHEW)

Entry Qualification

  1. A candidate should possess five (5) passes in English, Mathematics, Biology or Health Science and any other two (2) subjects in WAEC/GCE or NECO at not more than two sittings, and must be domicile in the local government area.
  2. Existing workers (e.g ward orderlies, ward maids and health attendants) in the health facility with relevant qualification as stated above, if found suitable for training by training institutions and with nomination and support of his/her governmental establishments are eligible.
  3. Personal Qualification: willingness to reside in the rural community as a pre-requisite to understand the norms of a community and thereby be in a better position to identify feasible local health problems.

Duration of the course: 2 calendar years.

Certificate awarded: certificate in community health.

 

 

  1. SCHOOL OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
    ( PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAM)
  2. AIM OF THE PROGRAMME.

The aim of  this curriculum harmonization is to train competent clinical laboratory service personnel to meet present and projected service needs in primary secondary health care services in ECOWAS members States.

This is a three (3) year intensive semester based program with a strong practical medical laboratory exposure component. At the end of the training programme, the Medical Laboratory Diploma holder should have the basic competences in the following areas:

  1. Knowledge- At the end of each course, the graduand should have acquired basic knowledge that will enable them to work under the supervision of qualified Medical Laboratory Scientists.
  2. Skills- The graduand should be able to handle, process, and perform simple systematic analysis of routine specimens he/she receives.
  3. Attitude- The graduands should appreciate the inmportance of his/her role in the chain of activity within the diagnostic laboratory. He/She should know the proper reporting procedure and action for any sample received in a professional manner that ensures the spirit of team-work and skillfull communication with his/her peers and supervisory laboratory personnel.
  4. Competency and professionalism- The graduand should be fully competent in planning and managing the work load. This comprises organizing the work flow and proper utilization of space, instrumentation and resources in ensuring the production of accurate and reliable results for effective diagnosis.

 

  1. COURSE OBJECTIVE

Students who successfully  complete this programme should be able to:

  1. Seek employment in a clinical laboratory setting with the ability to perform routine laboratory procedures in each department with accuracy and precision.
  2. Re-cognize normal and abnormal test results and take necessary action with critical values.
  3. Perform and interpret basic quality control procedures
  4. Operate and perform basic maintenance and troubleshooting of laboratory equipment.
  5. Recognize and adhere to safety policies and practices.
  6. Demonstrate sound work ethics in interactions with patients, co-workers and other personnel.
  7. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS.

This programme is to train competent medical laboratory personnel at middle manpower level. It  entails exposing the students to basic knowledge and the practices of medical laboratory science.

This is three years intensive semester based programme with a strong medical laboratory exposure component.

  1. Prospective students for this programme must possess a minimum of four (4) credits passes at senior secondary school certificate Level/GCE/NABTEB O-LEVELS in the following subjects : English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, and least a pass in physics at not more than two sittings.
  2. Prospective students will be selected through a competitive entrance examination where applicable.
  3. Candidates with MLA or OND in SLT certificate in addition to the requirements in sub-section (a) above may be considered for admission into the 200L of the programme.

 

  1. REGISTRATION OF STUDENTS WITH THE REGULATORY COUNCIL.

Management of Pilar College of Health Technology will register the students within the first year of admission with the MLSCM. This is for the purpose of indexing . The registration is recognized as the effective date of commencement of the course and it also determines when the student is due for the Council Professional Examinations.

  1. Registration with the Medical Laboratory Council entails registration/enrollment form which must be endorsed by The Head of Department who should be a member of the council.
  2. Payment of fees entails presentation of screening of credentials for eligibility.
  3. Eligible students are then enrolled as Medical Laboratory Technician with students registration number.
  4. Students’ enrollment letters are sent through the Head of Department.

 

  1. TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS.

 

Teaching students the materials of each course should be according to the best known educational techniques. Examples of teaching techniques should include but not limited to:

  1. Classroom lectures.
  2. Demonstration using models and phantoms.
  1. Reports, logbooks and presentations.
  2. Computers and Audio Visual Instruments.
  3. Health facility visits/placements

All 3 credit hours comprise 2 hours of lecture and 3 hours of practical or hour of tutorial per week of the semester.

 

 

  1. SCHOOL OF DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAMME

 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To train suitably qualified persons in the basic knowledge of handling simple medicines for use at grass root level under the supervision of a registered pharmacist.
  2. To train suitable persons to the level of rendering effective assistance to registered pharmacists.
  3. To ensure that the pharmacy technician graduates have acquired requisite knowledge as stipulated in the Pharmacy Technician Training Programme.
  4. To guide the colleges/schools of Health Technology on the application and examination procedures.
  5. To assess knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired by the Pharmacy Technicians in order to assist registered pharmacists in the course of their practice.
  6. To ensure uniformity in assessment of knowledge, sills and attitudes acquired by the Pharmacy Technician in accredited colleges/schools of Health Technology in Nigeria.
  7. To define eligibility criteria for Pharmacy Technician students for National Pre-Certificate Examinations (NPCE).

 

ADMISSION GUIDELINES

Entry Requirements for New Students

In order to improve the quality of the output from the colleges/schools of Health Technology, Council has reviewed the entry qualification as follows:

For admission, a candidate must should have at least five (5) credits which must include English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics in any of GCE, WAEC, SSCE, NECO or NABTEB at not more than two (2) sittings.

Duration of programme

The programme shall last three (3) years, comprising the first one and half years for classroom and laboratory teaching, the next six months for practical experiences (four months in hospital and two months in the Community Pharmacy setting) and the last one year for classroom and laboratory teaching.

Admission Quota

  1. Admission quota for students into existing Pharmacy Technician training institutions shall be maximum of 25 pharmacy technician students per session. This is already reviewed by the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria with a view to increase to 50.
  2. Admission into the programme shall be annually.

 

Indexing procedures

Colleges/schools shall verify their students’ entry qualification(s) from the appropriate Examination Board not later than six months after admission and present the students for indexing by Council using the approved form (Appendix III) and paying the prescribed fees.

REGISTRATION AND ANNUAL PERMIT

A qualified Pharmacy Technician shall apply, using the approved form, immediately after the release of the relevant approved examination results, for registration with the Council to obtain a Certificate of registration and be issued an annual permit.

Annual permit is issued annually to Pharmacy Technicians to qualify them to work in that particular year.

The certificate of registration and annual permit are issued, subject to payment of the prescribed fees as may be determined by Council from time to time.

The Council shall maintain a register of all Pharmacy Technicians who have been dully registered and given annual permit.

ELIGIBILITY FOR DIRECT ENTRY INTO THE UNIVERSITY.

The Pharmacy Technician training curriculum has been reviewed to include basic Science courses taught at the 100 level in the university. Students who meet the NUC requirement for direct entry can be admitted in the University.

ROLES OF PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

Hospital Pharmacy setting

The Pharmacy Technician is expected to perform the following roles in the hospital under the supervision of a registered pharmacist:

  1. Assist in store management and inventory control.
  2. Record prescription order, interpret and dispense.
  3. Counseling of patients.
  4. Packaging and labeling.
  5. Help in extemporaneous preparations.
  6. Provision of drug information/health tips to different units in the hospital.
  7. Supply drugs to wards, assist in unit dose dispensation.
  8. Perform administrative function as assigned by the pharmacist.
  9. Assist in documentation.

Community Pharmacy setting

Community pharmacies are encouraged to engage the services of Pharmacy Technician under the monitoring and supervision of a registered pharmacist to perform the following duties:

  1. Assist in store management and inventory control.
  2. Record prescription order, interpret and dispense prescription.
  3. Counseling of patients.
  4. Packaging and labeling.
  5. Help in extemporaneous preparations.
  6. Provision of drug information/health tips to the community.
  7. Perform administrative functions as assigned by the pharmacist.
  8. Keep drug inventory.
  9. Assist in documentation.

 

 

  1. SCHOOL OF GENERAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS. 
  2. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TECHNICIAN.

Job Summary

The Health Technician is a serial cadre salaried member of the health team for Primary Health Care. He/she is employed by the formal Health System and is expected to spend 70% of his/her working time in the community and 30% in the clinic. He/she is supervised by Community Health Officer.

Job Title: Health Technician

Location of the Job: LGA, PHC Department/Community.

Personal Qualification: He/she must be

  1. Healthy
  2. Able to communicate and work well with people in the community.
  1. Be willing to live and work in the community.
  2. Mature, approachable, friendly and honest.
  3. Knowledgeable and skillful.
  1. Portray the ethnic and etiquettes of Health practices.

ENTRY QUALIFICATION

  1. Academically qualified Health Assistant who has been on the grade for minimum of 2 years.
  2. A candidate who possesses five (5) passes in English, Mathematics, Biology or Health Science, and any other two (2) subjects in WAEC or NECO at not more than two (2) sittings.
  3. Nomination and support by the LGSs/other organization.

Duration of the course: 2 academic sessions (4 semesters)

Certificate awarded: Diploma for Health Technician.

Summary of functions

Carry out 70% of his/her Primary Health Care functions in the community and 30% at the clinic.

Community Based Functions

  1. Carry out community mobilization for health action.
  2. Participate with other Health Workers and community to carry out community diagnosis and continuous health needs assessment of the community.
  3. Supervise Volunteer Village Health Workers(VVHWs)/ Traditional Birth Attendants(TBAs) and together visit prenatal and postnatal mothers to initiate and continue ease.
  4. Carry out Health Education on environmental sanitation and prevalent Health problems such as Malnutrition, Diarrhea, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in the community.
  5. Develop a monthly plan with the approval of the supervising officers.
  6. Visit homes and monitor pregnant women.
  7. Participate in the training of VVHWs/TBAs.
  8. Collect and collate health data for monitoring and evaluation of PHC activities in the community.
  9. Work with the supervisory officer and community members to plan solutions for identified health needs.

Clinic Based Functions

  1. Register new clients.
  2. Weigh clients and record weights accurately.
  3. Carry out health talks on different health related topics as scheduled.
  4. Dress uncomplicated wounds according to established procedures.
  5. Sterilize equipment according to established procedures.
  6. Participate in collating data for monitoring and evaluation of PHC activity in the clinic.
  7. Update the clinic master card after community based functions.
  8. Perform any other duties assigned to him/her by supervising officer.

ABBREVIATIONS

LGAs: Local Government Areas

NPI: National Programme on Immunization

ORS: Oral Dehydration Solution/Salt.

ORT: Oral Dehydration Therapy

PHC: Primary Health Care

SSS: Salt Sugar Solution

SCBE: Supervised Community Based Experience

SCE: Supervised Clinic Experience

TBAs: Traditional Birth Attendants

VVHWs: Volunteer Village Health Workers

WHO: World Health Organization.

 

  1. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ASSISTANT

The Health Assistant is a member of the health team who is trained to work both in the preventive and curative health care setting with some phases of social work in the homes and community. He/she will be employed by Government , Private individual to assist in the rendering of health services to those needing such cares.

AIMS

To produce a level of manpower who will render assistance and support as auxiliary staff to qualified medical, nursing and health care practitioners.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To render Health Care to those needing them in the hospitals, health care, private centre, private clinics, homes, industries and community.
  2. To assist in the maintenance of the aesthetic and cleanliness of the environment where they work.
  3. To assist in mobilizing the community for health actions.
  4. To assist in rendering health care services in various units e.g. Laboratory, x-ray, Physiotherapy, Clinics, Hospital Wards, Eye clinic, Pharmacy Department etc.

 

Job Title: Health Assistant.

Location of Job: Government Hospitals, Private clinics, Private Individuals, Industries, Local Government, Teaching Hospitals, Health Centers etc.

Duration of course: 4 semesters (two academic sessions)

Certificate awarded: Certificate for Health Assistant

Mode of Training: The programme is full time.

 

 

PERSONAL QUALITY

  1. He/she must be skillful/knowledgeable.
  2. Have good interpersonal relationship
  3. Hardworking and dedicated to duty.
  4. Honest, approachable and reliable
  5. Have initiative and observant
  6. Punctual to duty
  7. Responsible and mature
  8. Portray the ethnics and ethnics and etiquette of Health practice.

ENTRY QUALIFICATION

  1. Senior Secondary School Certificate with 5 passes at not more than two sittings.
  2. Existing workers (e.g ward orderlies, ward maids, dispensary attendants) in health facilities with five years working experience in addition to Senior Secondary School Certificate.

CERTIFICATE OFFERED

At the end of the course, successful student shall be given  state/college  certificate for Health Assistants.

FUNCTIONS

  1. Performs duties assigned to him/her by supervising officer.
  2. Register new patients/simple record keeping/simple statistics.
  3. Prepare admission bed/carry out admission procedures.
  4. Maintain the cleanliness and aesthetic value of the patients’ environment.
  5. Drug pre-packing and assist in pharmacy department.
  6. Carry out observation e.g. TRP, BP, intake and output charting etc.
  7. Weigh patients and record weights accurately.
  8. Carry out health talk on different health related topics as necessary.
  9. Estimate hemoglobin according to established procedure/specimen collection to the laboratory.

 

 

  1. DEPARTMENT OF NURSING TECHNICIANS.

Job Summary

The Nursing Technician course is the college coined program with the intention to train candidates who aspires to travel the lane of nursing career not minding the beginning. It is a rigorous academic program loaded with high workload both theoretical and practical with very strong curriculum for the cadre of health workers in training, gathered from various level of health education.  He/she is employed by the formal Health System  ( majorly, the private health sector) and is expected to spend 100% of his/her working time  in the clinic. He/she is directly supervised by a licensed Nurse or Medical Doctor.

Job Title: Nursing Assistant

Location of the Job: Private Health centers, Clinic, Nursing Home care giver.

Personal Qualification: He/she must be

  1. Healthy and smart
  2. Able to communicate and work well with people in the health environment.
  1. Be willing to live and work in the provided accomodation.
  2. Mature, approachable, friendly and honest.
  3. Knowledgeable and skillful.
  1. Portray the ethnic and etiquettes of Health practices.

ENTRY QUALIFICATION

  1. Academically qualified Health Assistant who has been on the grade for minimum of 2 years.
  2. A candidate who possesses five (5) passes in English, Mathematics, Biology or Health Science, and any other two (2) subjects in WAEC or NECO at not more than two (2) sittings.
  3. A candidate who possesses certificate in Auxiliary Nursing training with two years experience.

Duration of the course: 3 academic sessions (6 semesters)

Certificate awarded: Diploma for Nursing Technician.

Summary of Clinic Based Functions .

  1. Register new clients.
  2. Weigh clients and record weights accurately.
  3. Carry out health talks on different health related topics as scheduled.
  4. Dress uncomplicated wounds according to established procedures.
  5. Sterilize equipment according to established procedures.
  6. Participate in collating data for monitoring and evaluation of PHC activity in the clinic.
  7. Update the clinic master card after community based functions.
  8. Perform any other duties assigned to him/her by supervising officer.

 

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