Vocal Health


Individuals who may benefit from or be required to take courses in acute medical intervention include

  • Healthcare professionals: Doctors, Nurses, paramedicals, etc.
  • Healthcare Students: Medical & Dental students, Nursing students, Paramedical students.
  • Any individuals from standard 8th and above of any educational background.
  • Community Healthcare worker


  • Identify life-threatening issues that require immediate attention.
  • Basic Life Support (BLS):
  • Airway Management:
  • Trauma Care:
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Communication: Effectively communicate with the healthcare team.
    Provide concise and accurate information during handovers and transitions of care.
  • Team Collaboration: Work collaboratively with other healthcare providers in a team-based approach.
    Delegate tasks appropriately and coordinate efforts for efficient patient care.
  • Documentation:
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation of interventions, assessments, and patient responses.


Week 1: Foundations of Acute Medical Care

Week 1: Foundations of Acute Medical Care

Friday: Introduction to Acute Medical Care

  • Overview of the course
  • Importance of acute medical intervention
  • Basic life support (BLS) principles

Saturday: Respiratory Emergencies

  • Recognition and management of respiratory distress
  • Introduction to airway management
  • Ventilation techniques

Sunday: Cardiovascular Emergencies

  • Identifying signs of cardiac emergencies
  • Basic ECG interpretation
  • Immediate cardiac interventions

Week 2: Trauma Care and Emergency Procedures

Friday: Trauma Assessment and Management

  • Primary and secondary surveys
  • Trauma triage
  • Management of common traumatic injuries

Saturday: Medical Emergencies

  • Identifying and responding to medical crises
  • Diabetic emergencies
  • Neurological emergencies

Sunday: Emergency Procedures

  • Intravenous (IV) access and fluid resuscitation
  • Wound care and suturing techniques
  • Emergency medication administration

Week 3: Special Populations Advanced Skills

Friday: Pediatric Acute Care

  • Pediatric assessment and treatment
  • Neonatal resuscitation
  • Paediatric medication administration

Saturday: Geriatric Acute Care

  • Unique challenges in the elderly population
  • Recognizing and managing geriatric emergencies
  • Palliative care considerations

Sunday: Advanced Life Support (ALS)

  • Advanced airway management
  • Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) principles
  • Simulation scenarios and practic

Week 4: Simulation and Certification

Friday: Simulation Day 1

  • Hands-on scenarios covering various acute medical situations
  • Application of learned skills under simulated conditions

Saturday: Simulation Day 2

  • Continued simulation scenarios with increasing complexity
  • Team-based simulations and communication exercises

Sunday: Certification and Course Review

  • Final assessment and skills evaluation
  • Certificate distribution


    Eligibility: Open Enrollments.

    Duration: 4 weeks. Classes on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

    Programme start date: 1st feb, 2024

    Programme Fees: 7,999 + GST

This course structure aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of acute medical intervention, covering basic life support, specific medical trauma emergencies, special populations advanced skills. The simulation days allow participants to apply their knowledge in realistic scenarios, ensuring they are well-prepared for real-world situations.


The Vocal Health and Research Association is a legally registered organization under the Companies Act 2013. Its aim is to promote the WHO concept of opening medical centers in rural areas to empower underprivileged sections of rural areas in India. They have established their first center, "Vocal Swasthya Kendra," in Garhmukteshwar, Hapur, to provide healthcare services to rural populations at minimal or no cost. The organization is on a mission to provide healthcare access to millions of people who are deprived of it.

The Vocal Health and Research Association is unique in its approach to healthcare because it recognizes that access to medical services is a basic human right. Furthermore, the organization believes that vocal health is integral to overall health and wellbeing. As such, they have made it their mission to provide healthcare services that specifically cater to the vocal health needs of rural populations.

In addition to providing medical services, the Vocal Health and Research Association also conducts research on vocal health issues and advocates for policies that promote vocal health. They believe that by raising awareness about the importance of vocal health, they can empower individuals to take control of their own health and wellbeing

Overall, the Vocal Health and Research Association is a crucial organization that is making a significant impact in the lives of millions of people in rural India. Through their innovative approach to healthcare, they are proving that healthcare access is a basic human right that should be available to everyone, regardless of their socioeconomic status.