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NHRM capitalises on IIM Shillong expertise

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By Our Reporter

Prof S Shajahan introduces the course to participants

 SHILLONG: IIM Shillong in association with National Rural Health Mission and Dept of Health services, Govt of Meghalaya is holding a month long intensive training for medical officers in the area of healthcare and hospital management systems under the sustainability platform beginning Tuesday.

The focus of this course is to prepare participants for a deeper understanding of the social and business practices necessary for better management of healthcare infrastructure projects in the state of Meghalaya under NRHM.

SHCMS focuses on bringing people together to learn how to make their healthcare projects and ventures, organizations and the world more environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable, for regenerating natural, social, human and financial capital for short and long term prosperity. IIM Shillong agreed in principle to train 500 doctors of Meghalaya state health services over a period of three years.

Initially three batches were allotted with a limited capacity of 20 officers each. The training is supported by leading doctors from reputed hospital networks. The programme chair Prof. Shahjahan has already designed and delivered 8 IIM certificate programmes successfully since August 2008

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