Saturday, April 13, 2024


Health Care Professional, Multiple times World Record Holder Professor Dr.Ashish Gajbhiye has been set a record of achieving 100 plus Certificates of Achievements by World Health Organization.This Extraordinary World record was being Registered and acknowledged by Hope international World Records. The Certificates of Achievements are as given below:

1)Drug resistant Tuberculosis treatment.

2) Tuberculosis preventive treatment.

3)Drug resistant Tuberculosis, how to interpret rapid molecular test results.

4)Covid-19 Operational planning guidelines and Covid-19 partners platform to Support country prepared ness and response.

5) Antimicrobial stewardship A competency based approach.

6)Public health interventions in pandemics and epidemics.

7) Malaria Elimination.

8)WHO e Learning Caregiver skills training for families of children with development Delays or disabilities.

9)Yaws : Training of health workers at Nation and District Levels on Skin NTDS.

10)Safety in administering medicines for neglected tropical disease.

11)Ready for Response tier 1; Response context and principles.

12)Ready for Response tier2; Systems, Structures and skills

13)Engaging the private sector to deliver Covid-19 tools and achieve health for all.

14)Post kala-azar dermal Leishmaniasis training of health workers on Skin NTDS.

15) Stimulation exercise management introduction.

16). Management and facilitation of an after action review.

17) Influenza sentinel surveillance training.

18) Communication essentials for member states.

19) Migration and health;Enchancing intercultural competence and diversity sensitivity.

20)Standard precautions: injection safety and needle stick injury management.

21) Covid-19 respiratory equipment.

22) Learning how to use the Covid-19 vaccine introduction and deployment Costing tool.

23) Measles outbreak training.

24)AFRO IDSR Course3: investigating, preparing and responding to out breaks and other public health event.

25)AFRO IDSR Course2; identifying, recording, reporting and analysis of priority disease, conditions and events.

26) Tobacco product regulation basic hand book.

27)Tobacco product regulation; Building Laboratory testing capacity.

28)IMS tier2: Working in WHO’s incident Management system.

29) Incident Management system (Tier 1).

30) Ebola:GO 2.0.

31)E- protect Ebola.

32) Clinical management of patients with Covid-19 rehabilitation of patients with Covid-19.

33) Clinical management of patients with Covid-19 investigations and care for mild,moderate and severe.

34)WHO policy guidance on integrated Antimicrobial stewardship Activities.

35) Reducing Antimicrobial resistance of treatable sexually transmitted infections in antenatal Care.

36) Standard precaution hand hygiene.

37)Decontamination and sterilization of medical device.

38)Severe acute respiratory infection treatment and facility design.

39) Introduction to Covid-19, methods for detection, prevention, response and control.

40)Standard prevention waste management.

41)Key considerations for SARS-CoV-2 antigen RDT implement.

42)WHO Covid-19 mass gatherings risk assessment training.

43) Infection prevention and control core components and multimodal strategies.

44) Standard precaution environmental cleaning and disinfection.

45)Long term case facilities in the context of Covid-19.

46) Introduction to infection prevention and control.

47) Neglected tropical disease in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic impact and guidance.

48) Clinical management of patients with Covid-19 general considerations.

49) Occupational health and safety for health workers in the context of Covid-19.

50) Ethics and Governance of artificial intelligence for health.

51)An integrated approach to building health systems resilience.

52)Rapid diagnostic for Tuberculosis detection.

53) Visceral Leishmaniasis east Africa.

54) Tropical dermatology a syndrome based approach.

55) Antimicrobial stewardship programmes in health care facilities in Low and middlle income countries a WHO practical toolkit .

56) Monkey Pox : Introductory course for African out break content.

57)Leproy training of health workers on Skin NTDs.

58) Social prescribing.

59)How systematic Listening and community feedback can help us better respond to Covid-19.

60) Leadership and programme management in infection prevention and control.

61) Prevention identification and management of infections in health workers in the context of Covid-19.

62) Catheter associated Urinary tract infections.

63) Influenza prevention and control.

64) Yellow fever introduction.

65)Infodemic management.

66) E- protect respiratory infections.

67) Introduction to poliomyelitis and the global polio eradication initiative.

68)Monkey Pox : epidemiology, preparedness and response for African out break context.

69)Social Net ;Social and behavioural insight Covid-19 data collection tool.

70) Guidance on mask use in the context of Covid-19.

71) Covid-19 vaccine specific resources.

72)Navigating the tripartite Zoonoses guide,A training of advocates and implementers.

73)Health and peace concepts and tools for Frontline workers a course by WHO/EMRO.

74) Transmission based precautions.

75)Standard precautions the role of personal protective equipment.

76) Covid-19 Infodemic management risk communication and community engagement challenges.

77) Recognizing and managing anaphylaxis.

78) Learning how to use the Covid-19 vaccine Introduction and deployment Counsting tool.

79)In equality monitoring in HIV/Tuberculosis and Malaria.

80) Rabies and one health from basics to cross sectional action to stop human rabies death.

81)Health emergency and diaster risk management for resilient cities.

82) Introduction to Mark burg virus disease.

83) Vaccine safety basics.

84) Social Net, empowering communities before cleaning and after an infections disease out break.

85) Surgical site infections.

86)Health and safe tele work.

87) Covid-19 national survey package.

88) Introduction to the international coordinating group on vaccine provision and ICG mechanism to release emergency vaccines.

89)AFDO IDSR Course1 introduction to IDSR technical guidelines 3rd edition.

90)AFRO IDSR Course 4 Monitor,supervise , evaluate and use electronic tools in the implementation -monitoring-supervision and evaluation.

91)AFRO IDSR Course 5 application of integrated disease surveillance and response (IDSR) strategy to emergency or fragile health system.

92) Promoting oral health in primary health care settings.

93) Introduction to infection prevention and control.

94)Scabies training of health workers at national and District Levels on Skin-NTDS.

95) Strengthening collaboration between human and animal health Severity.

96) Mycetoma training of health workers at national and District Levels on skin-NTDs.

97)Tunglasis Sand flea disease training of health workers at national and District Levels on Skin -NTDs.

98)Podoconiisis training of health workers at national and District Levels on Skin -NTDs.

99) Cholera introduction.

100) Meningitis introduction.

101)Rift valley fever introduction.

102)Lossa fever introduction.

103) Basic microbiology.

104) Middlle east respiratory syndromes : Introduction.

105)Plage introduction.

106)Zika introduction.

107)Crimean -Congo Haemorrhagic fever -introduction.

108) Cholera revised Cholera kits and Calculation tool.

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