Mid-level health workers provide the main clinical service outside of hospitals. Providing clinical skills to the paramedics who form the backbone of the rural healthcare team.
MLP is clinical-based course that helps to upgrade the skills of government's mid-level healthcare workers (Health assistants and auxiliary health workers) who form the back-bone of the rural healthcare team. It concentrates on 20 common syndromes (using algorithms for decision making) and on 10 common clinical procedures.
Mid-level healthcare workers can perform better to provide healthcare services in their community.
It is a 60-day course for assistant level health workers.
The course has been conducted at AMDA Hospital Damak, Mechi Hospital, Okhaldhunga Community Hospital, Provincial Hospital Siraha, Bharatpur Hospital, District Hospital Lamjung, Dhaulagiri Hospital, United Mission Hospital Palpa, Surkhet Hospital, Seti Hospital and Bayalpata Hospital.