Dr .J.S.Tuteja - adolescon 2013

Report
Chairperson
Adolescent Health Academy-IAP
2012-2013
Mission Kishoreuday
Owner & Moderator
www.adolesenceindia.com
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Sensitization across country
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AN ACA
Adolescent Health Academy
Future prospects
Our achievements till today
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Adolescent health established in 1999 in
Cochin.
Adolescent health care declared in 2000 by
President IAP2000 Dr Swati Bhave.
First conference ITPAAH in Delhi 2002 –
Team of Dr Swati Bhave
First post graduate diploma course started
in Trivandrum by CDC and Kerala university
2004- President 2004 Prof. Dr MKC Nair
Continue
Adolescent orientation program by WHO in
Delhi 2005
 First text Book of Adolescent Medicine Dr
Swati Bhave year 2006
 Adolescent friendly school initiative (A.F.S.I.)
IAP President Dr Navin Thacker 2007
 A approach to adolescent in office practice
2011- Chairperson AHA Dr CP Bansal 20102011
 A approach to difficult adolescent in office
practice- President Dr Rohit Agrawal 2012.
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A. H .A. development
AHA membership 2011 - 1121
 Now in 2013- 1431
 Family of AHA expanded by 310 + members.
 4StateBranches.MP,Haryana,Delhi, Mid-kerala
 Only one model city chapter Nagpur till 2011
 Now we have city chapter in:- Chennai,
Bangalore, Agra, Lucknow, Surat and Gwalior
 In pipeline:- Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad,
Dehradoon.
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Mission Kishore-uday
Mission Kishoreuday for schools is to educate
students to be knowledgeable, responsible, socially
skilled, healthy, caring, and contributing citizens.
 This mission is to support growing number of
school-based prevention like suicides, substance
abuse, sex abuse, to prevent adolescent from vaccine
preventable diseases.
 Mission Kishore uday will raise impact of these
programs in school operations for better study skills.
 Mission Kishore uday implementation to improve
social, health, and academic outcomes by life skills
implementations.
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Dream bonanza project
Mission Kishore-Uday
 Dream visionary project of IAP President
2013 Dr C P Bansal.
 Adolescent health academy members are
proudly devoted to run this mission
successfully in 51 cities across country &
completing 45 cities in this month.
 It is the first of mission of its kind has
received appreciation from all stakeholder
 A program which is in demand across
country.
Beneficiaries of MKU 39 cities/51
Boys
Girls
7325
5993
Parents & Pediatricians
Teachers
5094
1579
Total Beneficiaries 19991
Effect and impact of program
Students
• Knowledge about ARSH
• Healthy behaviors and life skills
• Queries answered
Parents &
Teachers
• Anxieties relieved
• Empathetic attitude
• Immunization needs understood
Pediatricians
• Approach & special needs
recognized
• Immunization and growth charts
• Counseling and school
attachment
Second Phase in Office Practice
Revival- Adolescent Today
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Bi annual
Topic based issue
Review articles
Case Discussion
Quick Tip on Adolescent Parenting
Activity Report
Forthcoming events
Bouquets
Feedback from readers
IAP AHA Website
Open Access
 Objectives and aims of AHA
 Forthcoming events
 Monthly activity report: city & state
branches
 List of Teen Clinics (after individual
consent)
 Common Adolescent Health Issues
 Contact us
Continue….
For Members Only
 List of Members with address, email,
phone
 Modules & ppt of Adolescent care in
office practice, difficult adolescent, MKU
 Adolescent Today Current & Past Issues
 Case of the Month- Interactive
Monthly Journal Update
 Link to AHA Facebook page
Expansion program
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To promote more city branches in 2014- 2015.
To enroll teachers , psychologist , Nutritionist as
associate members
To promote minimum two CMEs of 1day across
country by city chapters.
Impact will be
More knowledge of adolescent issues will be
disseminated .
More involvement of Media, school, parents and
teachers to look after adolescent health.
SUGGESTION TO INCLUDE
HEEADSSSS
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Should be compulsory for undergraduate
and postgraduate students in history taking
in all medical colleges.
It will provide wealth of information to deal
with adolescent to pediatricians.
It will give momentum and motivation to
students for adolescent health.
Suggestion from Dr S Yamuna
What is Needed
Practical training
 Adolescent counseling
 Adolescent Reproductive issues
 Adolescent growth and Nutrition
 Adolescent Mental health issues
 Adolescent Immunization
 Out let required for pediatricians after
qualifying or training in field.
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How to do it
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Further training of Adolescent Ambassador
Training of Pediatricians for intervention by
TOT at National level [IAP zone wise]
With Involvement of
Mother and Daughter sessions
Father and Son sessions
Program to be conducted in schools & IAP
branches
Formation of “Teens club” In these schools
How to organize
Proposed MKU 2014
Adolescent Health Academy-IAP
Chairperson
National convener
National Coordinator
State coordinators 15 states
AP,MP,UP,MAHRASTRA,KARNATAKA,T.N,RAJASTHAN,GUJRAT,CHATTISGARH,
PUNJAB,HARYANA,KERALA,DELHI,UNION TERRITERY,NORTH EAST
One City coordinator
One School coordinator
2CITIES IN EVERY STATE
Follow up & Intervention
5 Schools in every city
Ambassadors
trained in M.K.U.
• Pretest for A.T.P. A.H.A. selection
• 1st contact program for 20-30
pediatricians on Practical training.
Home-work
assignments
• 5 F.L.E. and parent-teachers O.P.
• Report submission and written test
2nd
contact
program
• Test evaluation & problem solving.
• Across the table case scenarios
Shaking hands with
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To be actively involved in GOI decision making in
lieu of adolescent health across country by
informing our regular and special activities.
IAP-AHA public –private partnership with GOI.
Involvement with WHO and Unicef , UNFPA,
Clinton foundation and other NGOs in
adolescent health with positive and regular
communication.
To suggest GOI and state Govt one school one
pediatrician
Involvement of IAP-AHA in mental health policy
of Government.
Open to discussion & Thanks

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