Volunteer management and community work in the health institutions
So that the society can achieve the comprehensive renaissance of civilization, it must be based on a strong foundation of community participation. Hence, some new national trends encourage volunteering and social participation in various health institutions. Volunteering has many benefits for volunteers themselves and for patients, as well as for some of its outstanding economic results. Volunteering is the main component of civil society, as are the hopes of peoples seeking safety, peace and justice for all members of society in their various social and economic categories.
|Objectives and target group
After completion of the Course program, trainees will be able to master the following:
- Acquire new relationships by identifying new people, increasing the social environment and improving the social skills of the individual.
- Learn some new skills and different values about volunteering and its benefit to society in all its communities.
- Increase health awareness, combat depression, and reduce mortality among volunteers according to recent research and studies.
- Rehabilitation and training of volunteers through induction programs for voluntary work, and the definition of the objectives of volunteering in health institutions.
This course is provided for the following categories:
This course is offered to all those who wish to participate in the field of voluntary work in the health field, as well as those wishing to enroll in health colleges or those who want to work in various health institutions from hospitals and others and gain some of the necessary expertise and skills.
- Volunteer technicians and doctors (all health practitioners) after specified working hours.
- Community members in general volunteer (non-health practitioners) in the health or health-related sectors.
- The important challenges facing health volunteering, including (material and administrative challenges - external challenges - challenges of cultural knowledge).
- Opportunities to activate voluntary work in the health field in different countries.
- The importance of communication between the health sector and all other sectors, especially non-profit sectors (private) to achieve integration between them.
- Some of the main recommendations that may be useful and influential in the areas of health-promoting work.
- The impact of volunteering in hospitals and its many benefits to patients, where volunteers work to strengthen the care provided to patients to return to normal life.
- determine the economic consequences of volunteering, so that volunteer programs receive the assistance, attention and support deserved.
- The contribution of voluntary work in health institutions in strengthening the governmental sector as well as non-profit health institutions to try to reduce and rationalize expenses.
- The impact of visiting volunteers for the patients and talking with them about their health and contributing to their recovery.
- Sick children, who do not have family or friends to visit, need to visit from the volunteers to relieve of them.