ETAT + and GIC UK training course

ETAT+ is a comprehensive and proven intervention developed specifically for implementation in first-level facility-based care in East Africa and Asia, thereby reaching the poorest and most vulnerable children in rural and peri-urban areas.

 Dr John Wachira in a hospital Demonstrating a procedure on a medical doll

 

What is ETAT+ ?

ETAT+ 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.
The intervention package provides hands-on training to healthcare workers using evidence-based and up-to-date clinical protocols for identifying and managing the most common threats to newborn and child survival it also:

  • Reviews 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.

A study from Malawi demonstrated that the intervention package has the capacity to reduce inpatient mortality by 40% (Molyneaux et al Bulletin WHO 2006).

How much does it cost?

ETAT + = £300
ETAT + – GIC (ALSG accredited) - £200

Please note that you must have successfully completed an ETAT+ course in order to proceed to the ETAT+GIC. If you do not successfully complete the ETAT your fee for the GIC will be refunded.

These courses are normally heavily oversubscribed so please contact us early to avoid disappointment.

ETAT+ e-learning - especially for those working in paediatrics in developing countries to familiarise with World Health Organisation (WHO) paediatric guidelines and get experience of our bespoke resuscitation course.

Contact

Please email Marcus.Wootton@rcpch.ac.uk  if you are interested in attending.