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Child Health Task Force Webinar: Improving quality of care through capacity building and data-informed decisions in Uttar Pradesh, India - Shared screen with speaker view
Jaya Menon
15:55
Hi Jaya Menon from CRS, Lucknow
Sanjiv Kumar
15:58
Dr Sanjiv Kumar UPTSU
Ankur Sooden
16:09
Hello! I am Ankur Sooden, USAID SAMVEG project, JSI India
MADHAVI DEVARAJ
16:29
Madhavi Devaraj, UPTSU
Neeraj Srivastava
16:58
Neeraj Mohan Srivastava, UPTSU
Neeraj Dixit
17:01
Good evening everyone , Neeraj Dixit ,PATH
Shamsudeen Abdulkareem
17:12
Shamsudeen Abdulkareem Management Sciences for Health
Shamsudeen Abdulkareem
17:25
Data Quality Assurance Officer
Neena Khadka
17:44
Greetings all, Neena Khadka, Newborn Health Focal Point, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project
Attahir Abubakar
18:24
Greetings to you all, Attahir Abubakar from Nigeria PMI-S
Daouda Souaré
19:51
svp partager les présentations après le webinaire. merci !
Seema Tandon
21:44
Greetings everyone Dr Seema UPTSU
Anne Detjen, UNICEF HQ
22:34
@Daouda, certainement on va partager. Désolé de ne pas avoir la traduction disponible aujourd'hui.
Kovid Sharma
22:46
Greetings to all. Dr. Kovid Sharma, PATH India
Lorine Pelly
47:32
If there are any questions, please put them in the chat box. We will be addressing a few questions after the first two presenters.
prudence hamade
53:19
in the UK hospitals are accredited as Baby Friendly Hospitals with a 10 point score Is there such a system in UP
Neena Khadka
59:55
Thank you very much for sharing the good work you are doing. Can you share your experience with ensuring dedicated nurses for SNCUs and NICUs? Do you have a separate neonatal nurse cadre? If so, are there any challenges you face in their deputation and retention?
Bistra Zheleva
01:01:12
Fantastic efforts, congratulations on the successes. What is being done to support referrals to tertiary facilities for more complex conditions such as some birth defects? Is the RBSK program being implemented in UP as well?
Neena Khadka
01:01:54
Thank you very much, that is very helpful to learn from your experience Dr. Ved
BIDYUT SARKAR
01:03:20
Is Task shifting from paediatricians to MBBS medical officers by training and clinical mentoring a possible solution for shortage of paediatricians
Dr Asha Pun UNICEF
01:04:00
Congratulations for the huge achievement. what kind of tool are you using for certifying the sites, will it be possible to share. do you have well established biomedical units at the hospitals for preventive and curative maintenance of the equipment in the SNCU/NICs
Asma Rababeh
01:04:27
Thank you so much, I am wondering if you will be sharing the record of this session afterwards?
Abhs Jha
01:04:45
What are the options for recruiting paediatricians if there are no paediatricians available at the CHC level where the NBSU has been established?? Will you consider hiring a local paediatrician, may be as a consultant??
Atmala Suresh Babu
01:05:00
Excellent information very good Ppts by both of the speakers🙏🙏🙏
Patricia Jodrey, CH Team Lead, USAID/Washington
01:07:42
@Aoma - yes the slides will be shared with the recording afterwards
Dr Asha Pun UNICEF
01:27:33
Thank you Dr Vasantha, very impressive ppt. the impact of good collaboration with the medical schools. you showed that the nurse graduates' knowledge and skills was very low. Any action taken to improve the standards of these pre service training schools?
Abhs Jha
01:28:10
Since one of the many gaps that may be addressed while using a nurse mentoring method is capacity building. What about the policy decision-making gaps, the lack of adequate infrastructure, and the lack of a strong data analysis system?
VASANTHAKUMAR NAMASIVAYAM
01:31:35
Nurse Mentoring initiative focusses on capacity building only. TSU in general doesn’t support at strengthening the infrastructure directly. On data and data analysis , there is dashboard, data systems, data analysts etc and the next presenter will elaborate
Atmala Suresh Babu
01:35:02
My Question to Archana Madam, Respected Madam, Kindly share your strategies for Quality sustainability after National certification
kerry scott
01:36:48
Dr. Vasanthakumar and Dr Prakash thank you very much for the presentations. What impressive improvements! I was wondering if you could talk more about changing organizational culture from fear and covering up errors to quality improvement and problem solving approaches? Any comments about change in terms of how mistakes and shortcomings are handled? And/or reflections on gender/class/caste in the medical hierarchy?
VASANTHAKUMAR NAMASIVAYAM
01:40:10
Great question. The embedded nature of support by TSU, being part of the journey and data being used for problem solving are some of the approaches. But in Government the stick is used more than required
kerry scott
01:42:28
Thank you so much for these reflections
Evelyn Mhlope
01:43:39
Thanks Everyone