- ” 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
BUILDING SKILLS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
Nepal organized a Point of Care Quality Improvement Workshop in September 2018. Participating hospital teams took up several QI projects to improve MNCH care.
|S.No.||Facility Name||Aim Statement||Status|
|1||Pokhra Academy of Health Sciences||Improve early initiation of breastfeeding (within 1 hr of delivery) in normal vaginal delivery from ?60% to 80% in 6 weeks (Starting 1st Oct)||Ongoing|
|2||Bharatpur Hospital||Increase the % of newborn babies receiving Vit K inj from ?20% to 90% in 2 months||Ongoing|
|3||Surkhet Hospital||Improve immediate skin to skin contact (atleast 30 mins) in the labour room from 60% to 90% in 8 weeks||Ongoing|
|4||Janakpur Hospital||To increase the % of women with NVD in labour room receiving oxytocin inj within 1 min after delivery in two months from ?20% to 90%||Ongoing|
|5||Sethi Zonal Hospital||To increase the % of eligible babies receiving KMC in PNC / SNCU from ?50% to 80% in 2 months||Ongoing|
|6||Koshi Zonal Hospital||To increase the % of women receiving inj. Oxytocin after C/S delivery from 20%-50% within 6 wks||Ongoing|