The effective diagnosis, care, and treatment of infectious diseases require a skilled and motivated health care workforce, and sustainable systems to educate and train those workers. I-TECH uses a systemic approach to build the skills and knowledge of, and foster attitude changes in, health care staff and those who train and educate them.
I-TECH introduced its clinical mentoring program in Haiti in 2006. A team of physicians, nurses, and psychologists provide technical assistance to 20 sites in the MSPP care and services network to help strengthen HIV- and AIDS-related services. During site visits, CHARESS mentors conduct clinical rounds ...Read More
I-TECH provides technical support to SANC to develop a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program for nurses using findings from a pilot study and input from key stakeholders ...Read More
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs offers health care workers the chance to continue to improve performance, develop, maintain and update knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to provide safe, ethical, legal, and effective care to patients, clients and the community ...Read More
I-TECH works hand-in-hand with the MoHCC to strengthen quality, comprehensive HIV and TB services for children, adolescents and adults, in Zimbabwe, with the goal of HIV epidemic control. I-TECH supports integrated programming in 17 districts ...Read More