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  1. The School Clinic • 10 Teacher-clinicians • First aid treatments for simple cases • Refers to PCGH and ICC

  2. The School Clinic • The more common problems • Fever • Respiratory infections • Diarrhea is not that common • Malnutrition (undernutrition)

  3. The School Clinic • Basic hygiene – another pressing issue • Dirty fingernails • Lice • Dental carries • Students are taught to maintain a clean classroom

  4. Some cases

  5. Some projects

  6. Some projects

  7. The school population

  8. The school population

  9. The school population

  10. The school population

  11. The school population

  12. The school population

  13. The school and its population • Out of 2988 students – around 20% (549 kids) of the kids come from Ilugin • 227 from phase 1 • 193 from phase 2 • 129 from boracay/riverside • Classes: weekdays • 3 sets of 4 hours each • Science – 60 minutes

  14. Recommendations • Empowerment of the school clinic and the teacher-clinicians • Clinic – no role in the surveillance of the school’s health situation aside from working closely with the schools nutritionist and the feeding center • No solid data on prevalent diseases • No current policies or programs on promoting or surveying the health situation

  15. Recommendations • Empowerment of the school clinic and the teacher-clinicians • School clinic: Health Surveillance Center (HSC) • Responsible for implementing policies/programs • Purely run by the teacher-clinicians • Not intended to interfere or change the existing curriculum or the other systems

  16. Recommendations • Empowerment of the school clinic and the teacher-clinicians • School clinic: Health Surveillance Center (HSC) • In-charge of record-keeping and statistics • In-charge of training

  17. Recommendations • The pilot class • “experimental class” • Class whose adviser is a teacher-clinician

  18. Recommendations • Proper hand hygiene education and implementation • Constant education and re-education • Constructing a long rectangular sink outside of the classroom fully equipped with faucets, running water, and proper drainage • Posters about proper hand washing

  19. Recommendations • Spot checks • Done by teacher-clinician • random • fingernails, hair, clothes, and other areas of focus of certain hygiene programs • Positive reinforcement and sanctions

  20. Recommendations • Health education basics • Information campaigns • Students, parents, faculty and staff

  21. Recommendations • Health education basics • Dengue education • Fever basics • Diarrhea primer