Making a Session Plan

A session plan lists all communities served by the health centre and specifies how frequently each community will be reached based on such factors as distance, target population, workload and other relevant operational issues. This section provides an example format and gives a simple method for choosing session frequency, scheduling dates and organizing the supplies needed to complete a session plan that reaches every community in a health centre catchment area. It is based on a maximum workload of about 30 infants per vaccinator per session. It uses an immunization schedule that requires a minimum of four contacts during the first year of life. The aim is to plan sessions so that staff time is used efficiently.

 

  • Immunization Session plan
  • Health Centre Outreach Session Plan
  • Immunization Session Supplies
  • Health Centre Monthly Stock Report
  • Managing an Immunization Session
  • Calculations used in Determining needed Session Frequency

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