Allergy Asthma Assistant Course

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Start Date

May 15th, 2024

Course Duration

2 Months

No. of Students

Unlimited

Eligibility

Para-medic/Nurse

Why should you do this course?

  • a) Allergy & Asthma speciality involves several procedures that needs to be conducted by the trained Assistants.
  • b) An opportunity to learn the scientific back ground of all the allergy procedures from best faculty across world.
  • c) An opportunity to learn & implement allergy asthma procedures in your practices.
  • d) Very few trained allergy specialists conducting all the procedures in India.

Allergy Asthma Assistant Course is the Next level of Allergy Training Taking into consideration the needs of allergy specialists in India, we have developed a 2 month certified course for Paramedics, Nurses and Allergy, Asthma Office/Clinic Assistants who have basic qualification such as 10th Grade with Good Communication Skills,12th Grade, Paramedic, and Qualified Nurse. The course has been designed by 12+ acclaimed allergy & immunology experts from India and USA - all of who are from esteemed institution.

CHAPTER 1 - Introduction to Allergy Asthma Assistant Course
  • Unit:01 Allergist in Booking Appointment.
  • Unit:02 Introduction to the patient.
  • Unit:03 History Taking.
  • Unit:04 Role in all diagnostics like SPT, Spirometry, Patch Test, Food and Drug Challenges.
  • Unit:05 Role in patient health education.
  • Unit:06 Role in explaining medication usage.
  • Unit:07 Role in Storing Data.
  • Unit:08 Role in Follow-ups.
  • Unit:09 Role in Research Activity.
  • CHAPTER 2 - Soft Skills
  • Unit:01 Communication
  • CHAPTER 1 - Self-Introduction to the parent or patient.
    CHAPTER 2 - Collecting Demographic details.
    CHAPTER 3 - Collecting Main Present Complaints and History of each Complaint.
    CHAPTER 4 - Past History and Family History.
    CHAPTER 5 - Environmental History, Occupational History and Exposure History.
    CHAPTER 6 - Medication History, How medicines been used, Patients Perception
    CHAPTER 7 - Previous Diagnostic History
    CHAPTER 8 - Follow-up of the patient for the same problem
    CHAPTER 9 - Basic Measurements & Triaging
    CHAPTER 1 - Inhaled Nasal Corticosteriod Spray.
    CHAPTER 2 - MDI With Spacer with Face Mask.
    CHAPTER 3 - MDI With Spacer.
    CHAPTER 4 - MDI Only.
    CHAPTER 5 - Dry Powder Inhaler.
    CHAPTER 6 - Multi-dose MDI.
    CHAPTER 7 - Multi-dose Dry Powder Inhaler.
    CHAPTER 8 - Using Nebulizer.
    CHAPTER 1 - Planning for Skin Prick Test and Consent Signatures.
    CHAPTER 2 - Keeping Allergen Ready and Emergency Equipments.
    CHAPTER 3 - Informing the Patient.
    CHAPTER 4 - Preparing for SPT.
    CHAPTER 5 - Placing allergen Drops.
    CHAPTER 6 - Pricking the Subject's Test Site.
    CHAPTER 7 - Monitoring the Patient.
    CHAPTER 8 - Interpreting the Results.
    CHAPTER 9 - Report Preparation.
    CHAPTER 10 - Storing the report and Consent Form.
    CHAPTER 11 - Using the Data for Research.
    CHAPTER 1 - Communication about Blood Sampling and Report Management System.
    CHAPTER 1 - Preparing for Patch Test and Consent Signatures.
    CHAPTER 2 - Keeping Allergen Ready.
    CHAPTER 3 - Communication with Patient.
    CHAPTER 4 - Cleaning Subject's Test Site and Marking for Test.
    CHAPTER 5 - Placing Antigen Chambers.
    CHAPTER 6 - Securing the antigens for testing in chambers.
    CHAPTER 7 - Interpreting the Results.
    CHAPTER 8 - Report Preparation.
    CHAPTER 9 - Storing the report and Consent Form.
    CHAPTER 10 - Using the Data for Research.
    CHAPTER 1 - Preparing for Oral Food Challenge and High-Risk Consent.
    CHAPTER 2 - Preparing or Getting Food Ready for the Challenge.
    CHAPTER 3 - Preparing Emergency Medication.
    CHAPTER 4 - Getting IV Access.
    CHAPTER 5 - Monitoring Vitals and Documentation.
    CHAPTER 6 - Initiating and Steps in Oral Food Challenge.
    CHAPTER 7 - Monitoring after each dose and documentation.
    CHAPTER 8 - Completion of Oral Food Challenge.
    CHAPTER 9 - Report Generation.
    CHAPTER 10 - Storing the Report and Consent Form.
    CHAPTER 1 - Preparing for Oral Drug Challenge and High-Risk Consent.
    CHAPTER 2 - Preparing or Getting Drug Ready for the Challenge.
    CHAPTER 3 - Preparing Emergency Medication.
    CHAPTER 4 - Getting IV Access.
    CHAPTER 5 - Monitoring Vitals and Documentation.
    CHAPTER 6 - Initiating and Steps in Oral Drug Challenge.
    CHAPTER 7 - Monitoring after each dose and documentation.
    CHAPTER 8 - Completion of Oral Drug Challenge.
    CHAPTER 9 - Report Generation.
    CHAPTER 10 - Storing the Report and Consent Form.
    CHAPTER 1 - Identification and Grading of Acute Asthma, Vitals, Spo2 and PEFR Recording.
    CHAPTER 2 - MDI/DPI/Nebulization in Acute Asthma.
    CHAPTER 3 - Monitoring of Acute Asthma.
    CHAPTER 4 - Identification and Grading of Anaphylaxis.
    CHAPTER 5 - Emergency Tray for Anaphylaxis.
    CHAPTER 6 - Monitoring Vitals in Anaphylaxis.
    CHAPTER 7 - IV Access and Preparing medicines in Anaphylaxis.
    CHAPTER 8 - Documentation in Anaphylaxis.
    CHAPTER 9 - Preparing Epinepherine using Spectacle Box.
    CHAPTER 10 - Transport of Anaphylaxis Patient.
    CHAPTER 1 - Introduction to Spirometry.
    CHAPTER 2 - Preparing Subject for Spirometry.
    CHAPTER 3 - Indication of Spirometry.
    CHAPTER 4 - Important Terminologies.
    CHAPTER 5 - How to Counsel the patient for spirometry.
    CHAPTER 6 - Acceptibility and Repeatability Criteria.
    CHAPTER 7 - Calibaration of Spirometry Device.
    CHAPTER 8 - How to Perform Spirometry.
    CHAPTER 9 - Medications to be given for Post Test.
    CHAPTER 10 - Performance of Post-Test.
    CHAPTER 11 - Interpretation of Spirometry Test.
    CHAPTER 1 - What is PFM and its Usage.
    CHAPTER 2 - Asthma Action Plan and PEFR.
    CHAPTER 3 - How to Use PFM and Plot the Peak Flow Chart using PEFR.
    CHAPTER 4 - Diagnosing Asthma Using PFM.
    CHAPTER 1 - Patient Labelling and Storing SCIT Medicines.
    CHAPTER 2 - Patient Evaluation before giving SCIT.
    CHAPTER 3 - Consent Forms and Documentation of SCIT.
    CHAPTER 4 - Monitoring Patients after injecting SCIT.
    CHAPTER 5 - Sending reminders for Patient for Immunotherapy.
    CHAPTER 1 - Patient Labelling and Storing SLIT Medicines.
    CHAPTER 2 - Patient Evaluation and Counselling before giving first dose of SLIT.
    CHAPTER 3 - Consent Forms and Documentation of SLIT.
    CHAPTER 4 - Preparation of Medications.
    CHAPTER 5 - Sending reminders for Patient for Immunotherapy.
    CHAPTER 1 - What are biologics?.
    CHAPTER 2 - Checking Vitals before Giving Biologics.
    CHAPTER 3 - Securing IV Access before Giving Biologics.
    CHAPTER 4 - Monitoring Patient Before, During and After administrating Biologics.
    CHAPTER 5 - Documentation of the whole procedure.
    CHAPTER 6 - Sending Reminders for Next dose.
    CHAPTER 1 - Introduction to FOT.
    CHAPTER 2 - Preparing Subject for FOT.
    CHAPTER 3 - Indications of FOT.
    CHAPTER 4 - Important Terminologies.
    CHAPTER 5 - How to counsel patient for FOT.
    CHAPTER 6 - Calibration of FOT.
    CHAPTER 7 - How to Perform FOT.
    CHAPTER 8 - Medications to be given for Post-Test.
    CHAPTER 9 - Performance of FOT.
    CHAPTER 10 - Interpretation of FOT Test Report.

    This course is ideal for healthcare professionals, such as nurses, physician assistants,allergist assistants, para-medical students, and any all who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in assisting patients with allergies and asthma.

    And,

    This course does not replace formal medical training or certification in allergy and asthma care. It serves as a supplementary educational resource for healthcare professionals.

    • The course starts on Jun 15th, 2023.
    • Duration: 2 months.
    • 120 Online recorded interactive lecture videos.
    • Online assignment for every lecture.
    • Online live discussions and case presentations once in 15 days.
    • Personal Contact Session (PCS) - 2 Days Session, for practical procedures like Skin Prick Test, Prick Prick Test, Patch Test, Spirometry, PEFR, Forced Oscillation Technique, and Respiratory Devices, Oral Food Challenge and Oral Drug Challenge, Acute Anaphylaxis Management, SLIT and SCIT Preparation.
    • Online Exit exams.
    • The course fee is ₹ 6,500 + 18% GST. The fees include the following,

      • Tuition Fee.
      • Personal Contact Session Fee.
      • Examination Fee.
      • Subject to approval.

    Certificates will only be given on completion of required coursework and on passing the examinations.

    Students who obtain an overall score of above 80 percent are offered jobs as Allergy Asthma Assistants(Subject to approval under Terms and conditions ).

    Course Fee:

    Rs. 6,500.00 + 18% GST

    Course Fee will be accepted on single payment only.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Prior to the commencement of the first Personal Contact Session (PCS), it is essential to submit all requisite documents to our official email address (contact@med-train.com ), duly self-attested for verification purposes. In instances where the original documents are unavailable, certified copies (endorsed by either the Medical Superintendent of a Government hospital or the Principal/Head of Department of a post-graduation medical college/hospital) may be accepted. Verification of documents must be completed prior to the scheduled day of the Personal Contact Session. Please note that neither original documents nor hard copies are required for submission.

    • 10th or 12th Grade Completion Certificate.
    • Para-medic Course or Relevant Course Completion Certification. (Optional)
    • Letter from the Practioner under whom the candidate is working. (Only for students enrolled from AASC/FAAP Doctors)
    • Current valid passport (Both original & self-attested copy) - only for international candidates

    It will be mandatory for all the enrolled candidates to follow the course curriculum guidelines completely, failing which either their candidature may be cancelled or they will be not allowed to appear in the exit exam. The decision by AAAC governing body will be final and binding to all in this regard.

    Attendance at the PCS is mandatory for appearing in the final exit exam. If due to certain circumstances, any candidate is unable to attend any PCS, then he/she is supposed to attend the same PCS with the next batch to be eligible for appearing in the final exit exam (next year after completion of all the PCS).

    All sessions are planned as per the availability of faculties, teaching rooms, and other logistics. Once decided, PCS dates will NOT change due to any candidate’s personal request. Dates might change in a rare instance, depending upon the logistics for conducting the sessions. The decision by AAAC governing body will be final and binding to all in this regard. Exit exam - The exit exam will be Online. Minimum of 60% marks in both theory and practice will be required (independently) for passing the exit exam. Assignments will have predefined weightage in the final exam. The final exam will be evaluated by both Indian & International faculties.

    There is NO separate exam fee for the candidates enrolled in the same academic batch. If a candidate needs to appear for the exit exam in subsequent batch after enrollment due to any reason (including the inability to attend any PCS or clear the exit exam in scheduled time or others), he/she is supposed to submit the LATE EXIT EXAM FEE (1000/- INR for Indian nationals ).

    There will be NO refund of any part of the fee after submission, even if the candidate chooses not to join the course or discontinue in between due to any reason. The fee will NOT be transferred to another candidates account if any candidate wishes to do so. In case of any unusual circumstance, the decision of the AAAC governing body will be final and binding to everyone.

    Convocation - Successful candidates will be awarded the Certificate of the “Nutrition in Pediatric Clinical Practice” by MedTrain, Bharati Vidyapeeth and endorsed by Amrita Hospital,Faridabad.

    Dispute settlement - The venue of the arbitration will be Bangalore and the Indian laws will be applicable. The Bangalore court alone will have the exclusive jurisdiction to adjudication in case of any dispute.

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