- Strengthening of rehabilitation service delivery (equipping rehabilitation departments and units in hospitals; supporting the development of multidisciplinary, person-centred and evidence-based services; translation and validation of internationally recognized assessment tools and scales; strengthening discharge and transitional care from hospital to home, supporting house accessibility improvement and provision of assistive devices…)
- Building Human Resources’ capacities and skills (development of Continuing Medical Education modules; development and strengthening of professional education programs –bachelor and/or master for OTs and PTs; mentoring of rehab care providers through placement of volunteers…)
- Strengthening governance and networking (development of National Rehabilitation Guidelines; organization and/or participation to national and international conferences; improvement of managerial practices…)
- Improving awareness among general population and local authorities on home accessibility and independent living
- An annual contest (Homemade With Heart) that encourages people (both rehab professionals and non-professionals) to share simples adaptations or inventions they came up with to support persons with disabilities during their daily life activities
- Sharing of existing resources and guides on homemade devices
- Development of “production guides/cards” for simple and homemade house adaptations and ADL devices (feeding, dressing, washing…)
- 300 beneficiaries should be reached
- Devices to be provided include (non-exhaustively):
- Mobility devices (wheelchairs, walkers, crutches…)
- Positioning (in particular seating) and support (orthotics, splints…) devices
- Devices to support independence in ADL (feeding, dressing, washing and personal hygiene, cooking…)
- “Typical” (but tailored) devices will be proposed. However, the project will also support the development of locally- and/or home-made and affordable devices to support activities of daily living (refer above)
- To provide a “functional description” of the 2 orthopaedic workshops:
- Staff: number, background/training, experience…
- Equipment and consumables: type, state, quality, quantity
- Type of service provided and main patients served
- Price list and existing medical insurance coverage/scheme (items covered/reimbursed by insurance)
- Quality of on-going production and staff capacities (at the time of the visit – staff capacity and production quality assessment does not need to be thorough; a more specific assessment will be done by the P&O who will be based in Quang Tri/Hue)
- Links with other departments of the hospitals (referral and contra-referral, multi-disciplinary approach and coordination with other professionals)
- To provide recommendations in terms of:
- Priorities for technical support and building capacities of local staff
- Possible devices to be produced/provided
- Additional equipment and consumables needed to produce orthotics and positioning devices for persons/children with brain lesions
- Local and/or national equipment and consumable providers
- Any other aspects that would facilitate the work of the P&O expert
- 2 Evaluation Reports, each one including:
- A description of the orthopaedic workshop, including pictures.
- A detailed list of staff and their professional background.
- A detailed list of existing and operational pieces of equipment (including quantity, type, quality, and operational status) and consumables.
- A detailed list of pieces of equipment and consumables to be ordered in order to perform the provision of aforementioned assistive devices, including recommendations on local or national providers.
- Information on current services provided (types of devices and patients, monthly average production…), their estimated quality and existing coordination with other departments of the hospital.
- Recommendations on how to support the development or strengthening of services for persons (in particular children) with brain lesions.
- Review mission agenda and proposes detailed schedule
- Run the field mission/assessment
- Lead and undertake technical drafting of deliverables
- Provide aforementioned deliverables and present them to HI technical team
- Supports with logistics for the field mission
- Coordinates with partners (hospitals) to organized the mission and visits
- Validates deliverables
- National field mission required to Hue and Quang Tri.
- The deliverables are preferably to be developed in English.
- Application closing date : September 25th, 2020 (11.59PM, Vietnam Local Time)
- Confirmation: pre-selected consultant will receive an answer on September 29th, 2020
- Contract signature: contract is expected to be signed by October 2nd, 2020
- Field mission is expected to last for about a week and to take place in October 2020
- Deliverables: to be defined with the consultant, no later than November 5th, 2020
- The total expected workload (preparation and desk review, field mission, reporting) is estimated to 10 working days (2 days preparation, 5 days field mission, 3 days for reporting)
- Past experiences in developing similar material
- Proposal quality, activity planning and timeline
- Resources to be mobilized and consultant’s expertise
- A daily consultancy rate (as per HI’s norms and depending on professional background and experience of the applicant)
- Financial support for the field mission (HI will cover the travel costs – i.e. plane ticket, accommodation and local transportation)
- Logistic support for the field mission (plane and hotel booking, coordination with local partners…)
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