DSEI Rio Tapajós conducts AIDPI training
The Rio Tapajós DSEI held a training session on the strategy for Integrated Attention to Prevalent Childhood Illnesses (AIDPI) from October 25th to 29th. Nurses, doctors, nutritionists, and pharmacists who work with children from two months to five years of age were qualified about the approach, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of prevalent childhood diseases.
The objective of the training is to improve the quality of the care provided to reduce the mortality rates of these diseases.
The program´s technical reference, Ismalia Macário, reinforces the importance of indigenous people being cared for within their own villages: "It is essential to minimize the indigenous people´s removal from their place of residence using the Family Health Program strategy.
In total, 21 professionals participated, who received material with the content of the AIDPI strategy to guide the learning process and fixation of the expected subject.
Text: Patrícia Rodrigues - Nucom/Sesai
Translation: Renata Arruda - Nucom/Sesai