There are also a number of ongoing training activities that are carried out by skilled facilitators and experts. These include cognitive interviewing, in-depth interviewing, essentials of survey research design, data collection methods, developing and evaluating questionnaires, data entry and data analysis, project management, monitoring, and evaluations.
Maternal and Child Health
Eminence is going to launch childbirth education with a view to making pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and parenting more informed and satisfying family experiences by providing ongoing education, emotional support, community services, and advocacy. The purpose of this education is to help new parents understand the process of birth, the more likely to enrich a mother’s personal childbirth journey with confidence and a positive perspective. It also intends to make the participants conscious about the various physical changes, emotional changes that are normal and but need medical attention. Eminence’s exceptional teams of Childbirth Educators are professional, qualified, and motivated to deliver value to expectant parents during the exciting yet complex period prior to birth, equipping and empowering parents to have positive birth experiences and enabling them to begin their parenting journey in an informed manner. All classes on this childbirth education are held in small groups in an environment that is pleasant and comfortable for participants. Attending Childbirth Education classes gives parents and support people the opportunity to meet other expectant parents and develop friendships with people who are in a similar life stage.
Anthropometry is used to assess and predict the performance, health, and survival of individuals and reflect the economic and social well being of populations. Anthropometry is a widely used, inexpensive, and non-invasive measure of the general nutritional status of an individual or a population group. As part of assessing the nutritional status of an individual, especially the infant and young children, measurement of the anthropometric indicators need to be accurately calculated. Eminence provides basic training on the building blocks that are used to undertake an anthropometric assessment. Trainees mainly learn to measure and calculate weight-for-age, length-for-age or height-for-age, weight-for-length or weight-for-height, mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC), sitting height to standing height ratio (Cormic Index), etc.
NCDs or Chronic diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes, are by far the leading cause of mortality in the world, representing 60% of all deaths. Eminence, therefore, undertakes regular training programs for facilitators who can motivate people to adopt healthier lifestyle behaviors. Moreover, it also provides training to young researchers following the WHO STEP wise Approach to Chronic Disease Risk-Factor Surveillance.
Early childhood development supports children’s social, physical, emotional, and cognitive development from birth to entry into primary school. ECD appears to have a strong positive influence on preparedness for school and the later performance and achievement of children in school. Eminence supports its ECD teachers with training on early childhood curriculum models, effective practices as well as strategies for monitoring progress to learn which practices are most successful. Besides, teachers are also provided training on designing toys and other child stimulating objects utilizing simple daily life materials.
Training for Pharmacy Service Providers (Paramedics)
The role of today’s paramedic is the careful delivery of advanced level pre-hospital care to the victims of sudden illness or injury, and to those with chronic illnesses, throughout their lifespan. Eminence strives to develop a confident paramedic who can accept the challenge and high degree of responsibility entailed to the position. The paramedic training courses that Eminence is planning to provide will include safe delivery, Antenatal care (ANC), postnatal care (PNC), menstrual-regulation (MR), nutritional counseling, anemia prevention expanded program of immunization ( EPI), sanitation and safe water supply, diarrheal disease management and prevention, sexually transmitted infection (STI ), reproductive tract infection (RTI), other reproductive health (ORH), HIV/AIDS prevention and counseling infection prevention, integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI), etc.