Sustainable Management Development Program Office of Capacity Development and Program Coordination C - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Sustainable Management Development Program Office of Capacity Development and Program Coordination C PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 12349b-M2VkO



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Sustainable Management Development Program Office of Capacity Development and Program Coordination C

Description:

In-country trainers are trained through TOT. 13 (5-6 months) (3 days) ... Conducted training-of-trainers 31 trainers in 3 regions ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:165
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 35
Provided by: zir
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Sustainable Management Development Program Office of Capacity Development and Program Coordination C


1
Bridging the gap between the competencies,
learning and performance Applied public health
management capacity building
Josef Amann, M.D., M.P.H.Sustainable Management
Development Program Division of Global Public
Health Capacity DevelopmentCoordinating Office
for Global HealthCenters for Disease Control and
PreventionUSA
2
Skills Needed for an Effective Public Health
Workforce
3
SMDP VisionWhat we are striving to achieve
SMDP promotes organizational excellence in
public health through a global network of
sustainable leadership and management development
programs.
Better management, stronger programs, healthier
people
4
Organizational Excellence Framework Baldrige
Quality Award - US
Strategic Planning
Staff Focus
Organizational Performance Results
Leadership
Focus on Patients Customers
Process Management
Measurement, Analysis and Knowledge Management
5
Capacity Development Strategy
  • Institutional partnerships
  • Faculty skill development
  • Management for International Public
  • Health (MIPH) course for Master Trainers
  • In-country training-of-trainers
  • In-country planning technical assistance
  • Curriculum design
  • Transfer-of-learning strategy
  • Partnering and mentoring local trainers
  • Ensure quality and sustainability
  • Assistance to accreditation
  • Continuous learning
  • International networking

Zambia Improvement team working on HIV/AIDS
rapid test distribution system
6
Building Synergies and Partnerships
Sponsors
Counterparts
  • CDC
  • Global AIDS Program
  • Tuberculosis Elimination
  • Reproductive Health
  • Field Epidemiology Training
  • USAID
  • WHO
  • Soros Foundation
  • Gates Foundation
  • World Bank
  • The Global Fund
  • Ministries of Health
  • MOHs
  • Mexico, Taiwan, Philippines. Indonesia,
    Afghanistan, Ethiopia
  • Academia
  • Uganda, Macedonia, Vietnam, Serbia, Croatia,
    Zambia
  • Training Institutes/NGOs
  • Botswana, Malawi, Lesotho, Swaziland

7
SMDP Works WithTarget Audiences
  • HIV/AIDS managers Counseling Testing, PMTCT,
    Laboratory, Medical Supply Chain, ART
  • Other categorical program managers (TB, Malaria,
    MCH)
  • Lab managers
  • Hospital administrators
  • District Health Management Teams
  • Regional Institutes of Public Health
  • Field Epidemiology Training Programs

8
SMDP Leadership Management Core Competency Model
9
Competency matrix
Individual
Interpersonal
Managerial
Organizational
Contextual
Communication
Team Building
Priority Setting Planning
Performance Assessment
Problem Solving
Leadership
10
2008 Management for International Public Health
Course
MIPH is a comprehensive, integrated and focused
training-of-trainers program which can contribute
a lot to improving health service delivery in all
settings in the areas of planning and quality
improvement. - Petros Faltamo Training
Coordinator Global AIDS Program CDC
Ethiopia 2006 MIPH Participant
11
MIPH 6-week course curriculum
Public Health Management Training
Process Improvement
Project Management
Program Management
People Management leadership, team building,
communication, supervision, conflict management,
chance management, advocacy, performance
management
12
Devolving management capacitysince 1992
13
Applied management improvement projects
Graduation Workshop
Modular Training
(5-6 months)
(3 days)
(Multiple 1-2 week sessions)
Faculty Supervision Visits
13
14
Key SMDP featureapplied management improvement
projects
  • Requirement for completion of in-country
    management training courses
  • Opportunity for participants to apply classroom
    knowledge in the workplace
  • Empowering local teams to identify and manage
    their own improvement opportunities
  • Team-based project that includes others from the
    organization and transfers skills

Measurable organizational results that
demonstrate impact to stakeholders
15
Devolving management capacity
In-country trainers
3,000 public health managers trained in-country
Thousands more participate in applied management
projects to improve their organizations
16
VietnamCreating a Decentralized Management
Training Program
  • North Hanoi School of Public Health
  • Central Danang Preventive Medical Center
  • South Institute of Hygiene and Public Health

17
Results 2005-2008
  • Established 3 regional management training
    centersMIPH graduates lead each center
  • Conducted training-of-trainers31 trainers in 3
    regions
  • Completed 12 regional management training cycle
  • Trained 402 HIV/AIDS managers in 56 provinces
  • 93 applied management improvement projects
    completed

18
Vietnam Process Improvement Projects helping
organizational teams get better results
  • Improving processing time of laboratory specimens
  • Increasing effectiveness of outreach to high risk
    populations
  • Increasing adherence to opportunistic
    prophylactic treatment among HIV patients
  • Increasing number of HIV/AIDS patients accessing
    outpatient services for treatment
  • Increasing ARV adherence
  • Improving quality of HIV/AIDS counseling services
  • Increasing of clients returning for
    confirmatory test results

19
Adherence to OIP Outpatient Clinic Viet-Tiep
Hospital
20
NigeriaIntegration of Programsfighting
Neglected Tropical Diseases
  • Onchocerciasis (Riverblindness)
  • Lymphatic Filariasis (Elephantiasis)
  • Schistosomiasis
  • Trachoma
  • Malaria
  • Vitamin A Deficiency

21
How can multiple interventions be efficiently and
cost effectively packaged?
Triple Drug Administration Vitamin
A Malaria Trachoma
22
Management Training for Integrated Interventions
  • A Strategy for Sustainable Change

23
Sponsor Teams Senior stakeholders at State MOH
and LGAs
Facilitator Teams Senior members of State and
Local Integrated Health Teams
Integrated Interventions Change Model
Implementing Teams Members of Local Integrated
Health Teams
24
Training Design
Sponsor Teams Senior stakeholders at State MOH
and LGAs
Facilitator Teams Senior members of State and
Local Integrated Health Teams
Implementing Teams Members of Local Integrated
Health Teams
25
Informal peer-to peer learning and Knowledge
Management
  • Most valuable knowledge is often the practical
    know-how and experiences stored in peoples head
  • A tremendous amount of knowledge already exists
    among the LGAs about integrating disease control
    programs
  • Different levels of experience among LGAs to date
    can be used effectively to enhance the overall
    program

Everyone has something to share, everyone has
something to learn.
26
Lamvelase Clinic Swaziland -PROMOTION OF
FOLLOW-UP CARE AFTER DELIVERY FOR HIV POSITIVE
MOTHERS
  • Attend by over 100 people per day
  • Most of the clients are pregnant mothers and
    children under five yrs old
  • HIV/AIDS, STI and opportunistic infections are
    the most frequent health problems.

MARY NDLELA,Registered Nurse, MidwifeHealth
Educator
27
Pregnant women attending Antenatal Care at
Lamvelase Clinic 2006 by month
Improvement Ideas
of pregnant women
2006
28
  • ..by being part of the Quality Improvement team
    we nurses at the clinic are now able to identify
    the most urgent problems and identify our own
    solutions..
  • Dolly, Head nurse Lamvelase Clinic

29
Vietnam-- From Local Improvement to System-Wide
Change
  • Establishment of strategic public health
    improvement collaborative among graduates and
    their organizations who have completed the
    applied management improvement project
  • Providing leadership to develop new initiatives
    to improve organizational performance in
    strategic areas defined by the Vietnam
    Administration for AIDS Control (VAAC)



30
Breakthrough Series(9-18 months time frame)
Participants
Select Topic
Develop Framework Changes
P
P
A
D
A
D
National meetings, Guides, Publication, etc.
S
S
Planning Group
Collaborative Meeting 2
Collaborative Meeting 3
Collaborative Meeting 1
Support/Mentoring E-mail Visits Phone Senior
Leader Reports


31
Public Health Collaborative/Networks That Are
Alive Contain
  • Clear goals and priorities aims
  • Focus on value tacit, practical knowledge
  • Shared optimism opportunity to do something
    remarkable
  • Profound respect for logistics
  • (Amateurs discuss strategy)
  • Creating a shared sense of system (a shared map
    and shared narrative)



32
  • ., training is not what is ultimately
    importantperformance is.
  • Marc Rosenberg

    President of the
    Society for Performance and Instruction



33
Thank you for your attention!
Josef Amann MD, MPH Sustainable Management
Development Program Division of Global Public
Health Capacity Development Coordinating Office
for Global Health Centers for Disease Control,
USA E-mail jamann_at_cdc.gov
Website www.cdc.gov/smdp
34
Challenges for leadership and management
development
  • Defining what it is and why it is important
  • Measuring the difference better leadership and
    management makes
  • Integrating into traditional health and public
    health mental models and frameworks
  • Institutionalizationwhere and how
  • Need for long-term partnerships and commitments
About PowerShow.com