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CH TF: Quality of Care Subgroup - Shared screen with speaker view
Senait Kebede
16:09
Good morning .This is Senait
gtarazi
16:34
Ghadeer Tarazi, UNICEF USA
Blerta
16:41
Hello, Blerta Maliqi WHO Geneva
HelenC
16:58
Helen Counihan, Malaria Consortium - hello all!
elizabethstreat
16:58
Elizabeth Streat Independent consultant
Benedicte Walter
17:03
Benedicte Walter, Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
LeonardoSh
17:05
Leonardo Shamamba, IRC, New York
Denis
17:23
Denis Tindyebwa from ANECCA
Debra Prosnitz
17:28
Debra Prosnitz, ICF
Momodou kalleh
17:38
Good Morning Momodou Kalleh MoH Gambia
Audrey Battu
17:38
Audrey Battu, CHAI
Ciro franco
17:43
Ciro Franco, consultant
Peter Winskill
17:46
Hello all, Peter Winskill, Imperial College London.
Cara Endyke Doran
18:00
Good Morning, Cara Endyke-Doran, MSH
Samba Diarra
18:27
Please can you speak a bit louder. i can't hear you
Tish
20:13
Tejshri (Tish) Shah, Australian National University, Evelina London Children’s Hospital, Paediatrician with MSF experience. Hello!
Michel Pacqué
21:14
Good morning, Michel Pacqué - JSI and for one more day Child Health Team lead at MCSP
Lisa Nichols
22:09
Good morning, Lisa Nichols, RMNCH lead, Regional Manager with Achieving Sustainability through Local Health Systems (ASLHS) project, Abt Associates
Eric Swedberg
27:23
Hi! This is Eric Swedberg - Senior Director of Child Health at Save the Children US.
Gashubije
33:15
Good morning
Michel Pacqué
44:48
For Blerta - nice presentation, love your enthousiasm. The stated goals (copied from website) of the QED-Network are to halve maternal and newborn deaths and stillbirths in health facilities by 2022 and to improve patients’ experience of care in participating health facilities in Network countries. Isn’t it time to expand the goals so they include child health (and the community)?
Anne Detjen
46:08
Thank you Michel! That is exactly the kind of input and action we hope to bring with the subgroup - in coordination/collaboration with the network
Belay Haffa
47:55
Belay Haffa of World vison Ethiopia ,Really wonderful presentations thank you for update
LeonardoSh
49:04
I hope you will share this presentation after this session. Very interesting!
Sascha Lamstein
49:48
Thank you so much for this great presentation, Blerta. I would love to hear your thoughts on nutrition services and the extent to which they are considered in these plans and indicators. (Sascha Lamstein of USAID Advancing Nutrition project)
Belay Haffa
50:44
thank you very much
Lisa Nichols
53:27
Thanks for the update. One of the bottlenecks with IMCI implementation was the length of the initial required training and the difficulties in financing supervision. How have we learned from this experience to develop innovation in training and supervision for QoC in the network countries.
lily kak
01:10:23
A word on the target
Anne Detjen
01:11:24
All, please think about what would you want to see this group to do, what experience can you bring, what opportunities do you see?
nharris
01:11:25
This is a great initiative. I am wondering, since there are a number of other groups doing similar initiatives on QOC (SRH, for example). Should this group reach out to other working groups to see if there are ways to align activities, goals, etc.?
Pavani Ram
01:15:15
Apologies everyone - my phone signal is poor today. Please do share your knowledge of related networks and how this subgroup can fill the gaps in child health QoC.
Prudence
01:16:50
I agree it is important to set indicators for quality of care but what will be the mecanisms for improving qulaity like supportive supervision and mentoring of health workers as well as oreservice and in service training
Prudence
01:17:48
In Myanmar we have introduced a qulaity of care tool for supervision of an iCCM programme
Anne Detjen
01:18:06
Prudence, this is interesting -are you willing to share?
Pat Taylor
01:19:07
Excellent presentations. I applaud the CH TF for forming this subgroup, which has been discussed for some time. Beyond moving forward with the quality standards in government facilities, I'm wondering if there are discussions at global level on improving quality of care in the private sector? In the case of the child, with so many families seeking care from both formal and informal providers in the private sector, we would miss a huge segment of sick children if we were to restrict discussions to only public sector health facilities and, as already mentioned, without including a strong community focus.
Tish
01:19:09
Agree - a repository of tested tools would be helpful
Prudence
01:19:35
We are evaluating it at the moment Suervisors complain it take too long a time to administer
Zaeem Haq
01:19:49
yes Tish, that's one of the activities for this group
Jeniece Alvey
01:21:42
Thank for you these great presentations! Expressing excitement and appreciation of the intended outcomes of this group. USAID nutrition colleagues look forward to engaging in this sub-group as nutrition services are critical to child health and currently included in the QoC standards. We look forward to sharing and learning, and also how this can be a central theme in the nutrition sub-group as well. (Jeniece Alvey, USAID Nutrition Advisor)
Zaeem Haq
01:21:42
agreed!
Tish
01:22:47
excellent point - a short video explaining the pros/cons of a mechanism of QI could accompany a tool upload.
Benedicte Walter
01:23:57
When it comes to tools for QoC: we are specifically trying to compile those on the QoC Network knowledge library: qualityofcarenetwork.org
Blerta
01:24:22
if there is a chance, I can summarise the steps that you may want to go through in developing the CH of QOC starategy in a country
Blerta
01:24:25
and its implementation
Prudence
01:25:04
We need also to be careful that the standards we set are achievable in differnt contexts for example in nutrition the absence of OTP and Scs might prevent children actually accessing care at all if the standards set are too high
Sascha Lamstein
01:26:09
We are currently undertaking a review of the QOC network materials (and other relevant materials) … to see the extent to which nutrition is addressed/considered and guide our future efforts. Please let me know if others have already done this! If I don't hear from you, I will assume note and will be happy to share our findings.
Sascha Lamstein
01:26:31
not*, not "note"
lily kak
01:29:47
Question re the WHO standards: is it just facility based or does it include community based standards too?
Pavani Ram
01:30:42
Thanks, Lily. This is an important point for child health - the pediatric care standards are for facility-based care; as you know, so much child health service delivery happens at the community level and, so, we see an opportunity to expand the QoC agenda to community service delivery.
Blerta
01:31:53
current pediatric standards are at facility level. If resources are available, they need to be developed
lily kak
01:32:25
In addition to community care,I would like to include nurturing care as well
Anne Detjen
01:33:05
Yes, that is what I tried to say earlier - many of the discssions around operationalizing Nurturing care are already around Quality
Altrena
01:33:19
As part if USAID Advancing Nutrition Project, we have identified a need for strengthening quality of nutrition assessment and counselling within child health services both well and sick child and integrating nurturing care and breastfeeding/infant feeding.
Anne Detjen
01:33:55
How to we make services more comprehensive, what are basic health care worker skills (counselling, Interpersonal communication etc) to delivery with quality and understand the aspects of 'responsiveness/nurturing'
Elizabeth Hourani
01:34:13
I can reshare the TOR also with the recording of the meeting and presentations
HelenC
01:35:24
that would be great Elizabeth, thanks
Prudence
01:35:29
thanks elizabeth
Sascha Lamstein
01:37:08
Thank you!
Sascha Lamstein
01:37:25
(for including multiple sectors)
Sascha Lamstein
01:37:42
BUT it is also just including nutrition (within the health sector).
Anne Detjen
01:38:19
Fully agree Sascha
Benedicte Walter
01:39:48
http://www.qualityofcarenetwork.org/engage-peers
lily kak
01:39:50
Can I ask Blerta a question?
Blerta
01:40:39
I can answer
Zaeem Haq
01:41:40
yes
Lisa Nichols
01:45:38
Thanks for organizing and launching the subgroup.
HelenC
01:45:53
thank you very much for this initiative
Anne Detjen
01:46:03
We look forward to hearing from all of you! 1. please provide input to the TOR, 2. please share proposed activtiies,
Blerta
01:46:05
Thank you!
Benedicte Walter
01:46:05
Thank you for the invitation to address and listen to the group!
Pat Taylor
01:46:17
Thank you all!