Wellness for the Caregiver campaign to enhance wellness levels of healthcare professionals launched today

Mumbai: Wellness for the Caregiver (WFC), a campaign aimed at boosting confidence of caregivers, has launched today (04 May 2017) in Mumbai. The campaign will get to the root of the problem of lack of wellness in the healthcare system which in individual cases has its origin in the absence of focused communication skills leading to lacunae in emotional intelligence which is the sine qua non of the healing experience.

WFC is headed by Milind Kher, an expert in behavioural sciences with particular reference to emotional intelligence and communication skills and with a track record of over thirty years. He is ably assisted by Gauri Kher, also an expert in psychology, with a spiritual mindset and a keen insight into the nuances of the human mind. Dr Srinivasan is an MBBS and MD with a standing in the fields of healthcare and human resources of nearly half a century which he leverages to enhance the wellness levels, especially of the caregiver.

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Milind Kher said that WFC will adopt the following methods to achieve its objective of improving wellness levels of the caregivers: Need assessment, Awareness creation, Interventional services, One-on-one sessions, Group sessions, Impact assessment, Follow up activities / services, and Other need-based programs from time to time.

Mr Kher commented “The speed of advancement in healthcare services is certainly not going to lessen in the coming years and decades and we see the need for WFC services only growing in parallel. We are well geared to tackle this issue at multiple levels of the system, multiple stakeholders, multiple locations and last but not the least, multiple systems of medicine, since the issues are not confined to only one system. We are sure of gaining the confidence of the concerned persons and with their support and involvement, we shall make an impact on the healthcare map of our country.”

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  1. the info given here about WFC is very brief. It doesn’t give any idea about what exactly is being done. Who are the beneficiaries? Is it only about Care Givers? Will they be imparted training to give care more effectively?

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