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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 5605-5611


DIGITAL PLATFORM FOR SKILLS TRANSFER IN THE MATERNAL HEALTH SECTOR IN INDIA - AN EFFICIENT COST-EFFECTIVE , AND FEASIBLE APPROACH

Hema Divakar, Poorni Narayanan, Rita Singh, Raksha Suvarna, Dr Bhagyashree,Divakar Gubbi.

Abstract
The health sector in India is facing a considerable skills gap that has negatively affected the quality of care provided. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the maternal health sector, where inconsistent quality of care has slowed down reductions in maternal and neonatal mortality. Although digital training has been leveraged in low and middle income countries to address health challenges, its viability in the Indian context had not been explored. The Asian Research and Training Institute for Skill Transfer (ARTIST), through its work on two programs tackling skills and knowledge gaps in the private maternal health sector, has found that digital training is a viable alternative to traditional on-site and in-class training approaches that could be rapidly scaled up to address the needs of the health industry in India at minimal cost.

Key words: Digital learning, maternal health, India, skills gap, COVID-19, innovation



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