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Code : IAF/MED/160 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 3120 Sector : Healthcare

Able to perform tasks of a paramedic. Details placed at Annexure-VI

Code : HSS/ Q 2501 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 1200 Sector : Healthcare

Individuals in this job provide support to anaesthesia providers in the acquisition, preparation and application of the equipment and supplies required for the administration of anaesthesia.

Code : HSS/ Q 7701 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 700 Sector : Healthcare

Assistant Physiotherapist work alongside qualified physiotherapists, assisting in the rehabilitation of patients suffering from reduced mobility. Key tasks of a Assistant Physiotherapist include setting up equipment, preparing clients for therapy and demonstrating mobility aids and exercises. Other duties may include keeping the department tidy and basic administration work.

Code : MED102 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Healthcare
Code : MED101 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 450 Sector : Healthcare
Code : HSS/ Q 2801 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 1000 Sector : Healthcare

Blood Bank Technicians work in a lab to collect, label and store blood. The blood bank technicians test samples to screen potential donors, store blood, draws and maintain documentation and records. They make patients comfortable during the procedure and monitor their vital signs. They also check compatibility blood before issuing it out for transfusion.

NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 650 Sector : Healthcare
Code : HSS/Q0101 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 1500 Sector : Healthcare

Individuals in this job assist in performing invasive and non-invasive diagnostic examinations and therapeutic interventions of the heart and/or blood vessels at the request or direction of a provider.

Code : IAF/MED/161 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 450 Sector : Healthcare

Able to undertake duties of a paramedic. Details placed at Annexure- II

Code : HSS/ Q 2401 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 700 Sector : Healthcare

Dental Assistant provides support to the dentist to perform dental procedures in a timely, efficient and safe manner. Dental assistant prepares for and supports patients for treatment, and assists the Dentist with clinical procedures.

Code : DGT/1047 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 4160 Sector : Healthcare
Code : HSS/ Q 5301 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 700 Sector : Healthcare

Dental Technician works closely with and in direction from Dentist to fabricate dental prostheses to replace or restore missing or damaged teeth. The work in conjunction with dentist, but have little contact with patients.

Code : HSS/ Q 2201 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 1000 Sector : Healthcare

is a dental allied professional who provides preventive oral health, typically focusing on techniques in oral hygiene. Some of the key responsibilities of the Dento Oral Hygienists are to remove plaque and clean and polish teeth using scaling instruments and a rotating polisher. They apply decay preventive agents such as fluorides and sealants, chart medical and dental histories, and take and develop dental x-ray films. They also screen patients, take a medical history, and add information to the patient’s chart.

Code : HSS/Q8701 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 360 Sector : Healthcare

Individuals in this job are involved in understanding the impact of health behaviour and lifestyle on acute and chronic problems of diabetes and provide a comprehensive, cost effective and self-care management plan.

NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 500 Sector : Healthcare

The objective of the training program is to develop a pool of trained workforce which can be employed by diagnostic/healthcare service providers to provide diabetes education integrated with clinical care, forming the key to successful self-management on part of person with diabetes. As per the training modules at the end of the training, the candidate would be certified to perform following activities– 1. Describe Diabetes, its various types and broad management plan 2. Educate diabetic or pre diabetic patients, including warning signs and symptoms of various complications associated with diabetes viz. Retinopathy, Neuropathy, Nephropathy etc. and modes of their prevention 3. Describe Medical Nutrition Therapy principles, calculation of BMI, BMR, calorific consumption and diet etc. 4. Perform detailed evaluation of the patient as per clinical protocols set by the Endocrinologist (with whom attached or the institution where DE is employed) 5. Apply the foot care assessments and procedures in areas such as wound etiology for the diabetic foot, wound care assessments, venous and neuropathic ulcer, infection, inflammation control and moisture control. 6. Classify and apply staging system for the diabetic foot ulcer 7. Recognize how sensory motor autonomic neuropathy affects development of a diabetic ulcer. 8. Perform foot care for the patients including saline dressings, trimming and removing of callus etc. (for nursing cadre/ professional with authority for minor surgical interventions). 9. Practice infection control measures. 10. Evaluate performance of the treatment plan in various situations. 11. Undertake documentation, reporting and follow up activities of the patients in collaboration with the health team. 12.Demonstrate Basic Life Support, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation and other actions in event of medical and facility emergencies. 13.Work in close collaboration with the health team, patient and their relatives for the better results and treatment of the patients. 14.Demonstrate professional behavior, personal qualities and characteristics of a Diabetes Educator. 15.Apply principles of patient rights in a various simulated situations. 16.Discuss the expanding clinical role of DE, population based screening and preventive care.

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