- ” WHO SEAR Intercountry Training of Trainers for Improvement in quality of care of women and newborns in New Delhi from 3-5 October 2018″
- Launch of Point of Care Quality Improvement Model (version 2): Facilitators Meet Organised by WHO-CC Research in Human Reproduction, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology & WHO-CC, Department of Pediatrics, 24th November 2017, Venue: CDER, AIIMS
- AIIMS has now joined the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Passport to IHI Training to support our organization’s quality improvement and patient safety work.
- Clinical Grand round on “Quality Improvement : an awakening , The Fourth Pillar of AIIMS Paradigm” on 23.1.2018 in Lecture Theatre -1 , 4:00PM ,AIIMS
SHARING QUALITY IMPROVEMENT EXPERIENCES
Bhutan has participated actively in the “Point of Care Quality Improvement” initiative.
Several teams across Bhutan are using quality improvement methods to improve the quality of healthcare services. Two teams have shared their QI projects in inter-country webinars.
|Date||Facility Name||Aim Statement||Result||Video/Slides|
|14th August 2018||Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH), Gyaltsuen Jetsun Pema Neonatal Intensive Care Unit||To increase the percentage of ‘discharges before 11am’ from 38% in NICU and 20% in Neonatal ward to 50% in both units in 8 weeks.||The percentage of ‘discharges before 11am’ increased from 38% in NICU and 20% in Neonatal ward to more than 80% in both units and several other processes of care delivery also improved.||Video: Webinar 4 of 14th August 2018
Slides: Webinar Bhutan improving discharge neonates (11 am POCQI Webiner_final PDF)
|23rd October 2018||Central Regional Referral Hospital, Gelephu Bhutan||To increase the percentage of completed partograph charting from 0% to 100% in 3 months||Improved complete partograph charting to 91%||Video: Webinar 7 of 23rd October 2018
Slides: Webinar Bhutan on 23rd October, 2018
Khesar Gyalpo University of Medical Sciences also organized a conference on “Improving Quality and Patient Safety in Health Care.” In November 2018. Conference was attended by more than 200 participants including international delegations from United States, Australia, Sri Lanka, Norway, India, South Korea, and Japan
BUILDING SKILLS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
Bhutan is also making efforts to include QI training in their pre-service education. Khesar Gyalpo University of Medical Sciences Bhutan introduces “Point of Care quality improvement” in PG curriculum under guidance of His Excellency Lyonpo Tandin Wangchuk, Minister for Health.