INVITATION TO QUOTE No. TR - 1.3.3
TERMS OF REFERENCE
“Conducting trainings for health care personnel of Dnipropetrovsk oblast
(procurement No. TR – 1.3.3)
Serving People, Improving Health Project
Subproject: “Support to Health Care System Reform
of Dnipropetrovsk oblast”
World Bank Loan No. 8475-UA
- Background Information
The Government of Ukraine received a loan from the World Bank for funding the Project Serving People, Improving Health (hereinafter - the Project). The Project is aimed at improving the quality of health care in the selected oblasts, especially focusing on the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases and cancer, as well as health system performance increase.
The Project consists of the following Components:
Component 1. Improving service delivery at the local level;
Component 2. Strengthening MoH governance;
Component 3. Project implementation support, and monitoring and evaluation.
Within the framework of Component 1 of the Project, Dnipropetrovsk oblast was granted the funding for the implementation of the investment sub-project approved by the World Bank and aimed at early diagnostics and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, as well as increasing the performance of health care systems, including the activities aimed at enhancing primary health care; combating CVD on the secondary and tertiary health care levels.
To improve the effectiveness of the sub-project “Support to Health Care System Reform of Dnipropetrovsk oblast” sub-project, the oblast state administration (OSA) undertakes to engage its medical personnel in training sessions with advanced medical institutions.
Within the framework of the conducted trainings (TR) is is envisaged to train health care personnel of Dnipropetrovsk oblast in the format of School of Effective Health Care Manager as part of the activities that shall take place in May 2019. Supported by the World Bank’s sub-project resources, these trainings shall be accompanied by a range of educational activities.
The training agenda shall comprise an integrated training program for health care facility managers in Dnipropetrovsk oblast and offers the activities, which have been specifically designed in accordance with the requirements, established to the field of education, based on information regarding the profile of a health care facility manager.
The purpose of the program is to develop management skills and personal qualities of health care facilities managers, to increase their motivation and performance.
The program structure is established in accordance with the thematic clusters of study. It is planned to arrange a three-day training for 40 health care managers of Dnipropetrovsk oblast.
The format of the training suggests mini-lectures, discussions, case study review associated with the field of health care (including the international aspects), group work and independent work. The training agenda has been developed to meet the specific requests and needs of the organization. The agenda provides for the engagement of the invited guests and experts in accordance with the goals and objectives of the appropriate course.
The first day of training sessions to be conducted shall include two panel discussions to cover the following topics:
- Effective health care reform, featuring (Deputy Minister of Health of Ukraine – Coordinator of “Serving People, Improving Health” Project, Head of the National Health Service of Ukraine, Director of Health Care Department of Dnipropetrovsk oblast state administration – Deputy Head of SMU of Dnipropetrovsk oblast);
- Effective external communications in the health care sector, featuring (a health care expert of UN’s Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in Ukraine and renowned media analysts);
- Management of a health care facility: team building, featuring (advisor to Minister of Health of Ukraine).
The second day of training sessions to be conducted shall include two panel discussions to cover the following topics:
- We all are going to die, or of the brilliant green harm, featuring (Head of Management Board of the National Public TV and Radio Company of Ukraine);
- What the effective management starts with, featuring (chief physician of OKHMATDYT Lviv oblast infant clinical hospital);
- Internal communications in a health care facility, featuring (a health care expert of UN’s Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in Ukraine);
- Services offered by a health care facility, featuring (Deputy Director General for Development, Marketing and Sales, ISIDA clinic).
The third day of training sessions to be conducted shall include a panel discussion to cover the following topics:
- Primary health care and public health, featuring (the World Bank’s health care management expert);
<>2.3.4.Target group for the training course
Target training group shall tentatively include 42individuals, specifically head physicians of health care facilities of Dnipropetrovsk oblast or their deputies. This shall also include the 18 individuals in charge of organization and the speakers.
Objectives of the Assignment
The objective of this assignment is to provide practical information with respect to management, efficient communications, legal aspects, conflict management, leadership and team management, as well as negotiation skills, to the selected groups of medical personnel.
- Scope of Service
Respective services shall be provided to the trainees to meet the following objectives:
Main objective of the training shall be focusing on the theoretical background and practical skills, to present new techniques, and to provide practical tips and recommendations related to management, efficient communications, legal aspects, conflict management, leadership and team management, as well as negotiating skills.
All the participants will be awarded an official certificate of the training attendance upon completion of the program.
- Duration, Place of Conference and a Contact Person
The training shall fit into the period of 3 (three) business days. Trainings shall be arranged health care facility managers and are planned to take place in May 2019. Training location shall be Dnipropetrovsk oblast.
- Reporting Requirements
After attending the training, the trainees shall submit detailed reports to the SMU with the description of the scope of activities, the objectives met, and the ultimate results, as well as an assessment of the effectiveness of the training sessions for review. The reports shall be prepared in such a way as to be fully readable and understandable.