ETAT+ (Emergency Triage Assessment Training plus) is a comprehensive and proven intervention developed specifically for implementation in resource poor setting reaching the poorest and most vulnerable children in rural and peri-urban areas.
ETAT+ provides hands-on training for health workers using evidence-based and up-to-date clinical protocols. It is designed to assist in the identification and management of the most common threats to newborn and child survival.
There is growing evidence of the positive impact that ETAT training has on the quality of inpatient paediatric care. Work in Malawi found ETAT+ to have the capacity to reduce inpatient mortality by 40% (Molyneaux et al, Bull World Health Organisation, 2006).
Date: 20 November 2018 - 22 November 2018
Alder Hey Children's Hospital E Prescot Road Liverpool L14 5AB United Kingdom
Top two benefits of attending this course
- Greater understanding of resource poor work
- Enhanced skills
Learning aims, objective and outcomes
- review practice and monitors outcomes to improve quality
- promotes teamwork and the integration of new skills and knowledge into everyday practice
- produces a core of trainers and mentors to ensure sustainability and ongoing improvement
Midwives, nurses and doctors interested in global health