RESPONSIBLE CHILD CARE
Learn from experienced pediatricians
How do you judge an emergency if a child falls sick? How to recognize the signs of serious illness, using a simple checklist, with no tests involved.
If a child suffers from fever, cough, cold or diarrhea (the most common and recurrent illnesses that affect children):
What is the first aid you can safely give at home to your child?
When do you need to seek a doctor's advice?
When do you need to rush your child to a doctor — what are the signs of emergency?
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Workshop : May 13, 2015 : Mumbai
Pepper Wellness Private Limited. 337-338, Nirmal Avior, LBS Road, Mulund West, Mumbai 400080. Tel: 25677939
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
A STEP-BY-STEP APPROACH TO RIGHT CARE IN
FEVER, COLD, COUGH, DIARRHEA AND VOMITING
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
BE Auditorium, Ground Floor, IPD Building,
Hinduja Healthcare Surgical, Khar West, Mumbai
Responsible Child Care is a program founded on the principles of rational medical care: where pediatricians and mothers act on knowledge and reason to give the best possible care to children. This series of learning sessions are conducted by a group of pediatricians who wish to promote honesty and transparency in the care of children.
Responsible Child Care is conceived by pepper. The life's work of pepper is to put health in the hands of people. pepper is a startup social enterprise.
pepper creates products that empower people to take charge of their health. The products are simple, fun-to-do, social, rewarding. They equip people to make healthy choices and form healthy habits. They give people a platform to share their stories and inspire others to take charge of their health. They unite health-conscious people in an ever-expanding community.
pepper designs programs that help people become advocates of their own health and act on knowledge when seeking health care. To create these programs we work with healthcare professionals, health advocacy groups, government and non-governmental organizations.