PRIMARY TRAUMA CARE WORKSHOP FOR AYUSH PRACTIONERS
Giving shape to the Prime Minister’s dreams and the National Health Policy 2017, Lifeline Foundation is the ONLY non-profit to have signed an MoU with the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India’s nodal agency, Rashtriya Ayurved Vidyapeeth, New Delhi. and the National Institute of Ayurveda, a deemed university in Jaipur, to up-skill AYUSH doctors as part of the Government’s aim to mainstream AYUSH doctors.
AYUSH CARES is a funded project and is delivered free of cost to beneficiaries – AYUSH practitioners, both in private and institutional set ups.
Its 1st project on COVID-19 Care was funded by Tech Mahindra Foundation.
The ongoing larger project on PRIMARY TRAUMA CARE (PTC) is funded by HDFC Bank under its CSR mandate Parivartan.
The PTC AYUSH Cares project is training 4,000 AYUSH doctors across 4 states – Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh and is a workshop-based didactic and skill development training to address out of hospital primary trauma care by AYUSH doctors, primarily in rural and semi-urban settings.; the workshops will train its participants FREE OF COST through hands-on sessions on Initial assessment and primary survey, C-spine stabilisation, wound care and suturing IV – IO Access, Airway Management and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation.