Humanitarian aid is an essential aspect of addressing the needs of individuals and communities in developing and war-affected countries. The provision of prosthetic limbs is a crucial aspect of this aid, as it can greatly improve the quality of life for those who have lost limbs due to war, natural disasters, or other causes. This course will provide an in-depth look at the challenges and ethical considerations related to the provision of prosthetic limbs in these contexts, including the cultural and societal factors that must be taken into account.
This training is designed by humanitarian and social support experts who have been actively working in developing countries. It is considering all aspects of successful humanitarian assistance to people with disabilities and prosthetics management.
- As an open course, this program is offered in specific destinations. However, as in-house training, it can be offered in any part of the globe.
- This Program can be integrated with any other program in the same category and for a 10 days course, the client will get the benefit of a discounted rate.
- Accord Worldwide can offer this training in other languages than English, please contact us for your needs.
By the end of this training participants will be able to:
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of the cultural and societal factors that must be taken into account when providing prosthetic limbs in developing and war-affected countries
- Learn about the specific challenges and ethical considerations related to the provision of prosthetic limbs in these contexts
- Demonstrate an enhanced ability to work with patients or clients who have lost limbs and to design and fit them with prosthetic limbs
- Conduct critical thinking and problem-solving skills through the application of humanitarian principles to real-world scenarios
What Participants Receive
- Certified Accordemy Professional – Attested by Accord Worldwide, Inc. USA
- Free lifetime access to online course material
- Free lifetime membership to the relevant discussion group
- Discounted OR free participation in future training courses
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for professionals and students in humanitarian aid, prosthetics, international development, healthcare, and related fields. It is also appropriate for anyone with an interest in the provision of aid in developing and war-affected countries.
This program is suitable for every health manager, hospital chaplain, and social worker who participates in medical consultations and prosthetic patient management.
- The training fee includes the course certificate, training materials, lunch, refreshments one social program at the end of the training, and tuition fee.
- Not included in the fee are Visa Costs, Airfare costs, Accommodation, Travel Insurance, Dinner, and any personal expense of the participant.
- Please note that for groups, different destinations and in-house training we offer significant discounts and we encourage you to contact us for a quotation.
- Pre-test quiz
- Introduction to humanitarian aid and prosthetic limb provision
- Overview of the cultural and societal factors that must be taken into account when providing prosthetic limbs in developing and war-affected countries
- Fighting stigma around disability while providing prosthetic limbs
- Specific challenges and ethical considerations related to the provision of prosthetic limbs in these contexts
- Design and service management of prosthetic limb service
- Humanitarian work coordination
- Case studies and real-world applications
- Case studies from the field of prosthetics and humanitarian aid will share their experiences and insights
- Success indicators in the provision of prostheses through humanitarian organizations
- Patient flow management
- Data management for prosthesis services and learning curve in the design of the prosthesis
- User-feedback management
- Integration of prosthetic limbs provision with other humanitarian work (e.g. job opportunities).
- Mainstreaming gender in program design
- Two-way follow-up with community-based programs
- Final exam and course evaluations.