Saturday, October 21, 2017

Human Resource Development

India and other SouthEast Asian countries are facing a major challenge of inadequate number of injury prevention professionals. The centre offers opportunities for young and interested professionals to work in the area of injury prevention and safety promotion. The centre has conducted number of formal and informal capacity strengthening programmes for health and allied professionals in the areas of epidemiology, prevention and control of RTIs, TBIs, suicides and violence. 

The centre has conducted number of capacity strengthening programmes for health professionals, police and transport personnel, NGOs and others in injury prevention and control. 

Prevention and Control training programmes are planned from 2016. In collaboration with WHO, the centre has supported TEACH VIP and MENTOR VIP programmes.