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Providing respectful care for newborns and children: Lessons learned and opportunities for improved experience of care in healthcare settings - Shared screen with speaker view
Debjeet Sen
26:55
Debjeet Sen, ECD Program and Ops Lead, PATH.
Hassane Yaradou
27:24
Hassane Yaradou Consultant MOH
Sanae ELOMRANI
27:24
ELOMRANI SANAE Midwife MPH phd student
Dr Innocent Nuwagira
27:28
Dr Innocent Nuwagira, WHO/MCAT, Ghana
Sanae ELOMRANI
27:35
from morocco
Timothy Abuya
27:41
Timothy Abuya, Population Council
Barbara Rawlins
27:47
Barbara Rawlins, GH/MCHN, USAID
Yvette Ribaira
27:52
Greetings from Madagascar. Good Morning, afternoon everyone from Dr Yvette Ribaira, MIHR Community health lead
Léa Batienon
28:06
Bonjour; Léa Batienon Jhpiego Burkina Faso
George Odwe
28:07
George Odwe, Population Council-Kenya
Clara Mayer
28:24
Greetings from Switzerland ! I'm Clara Mayer, Health Assistant (Enfants du Monde)
Charity Ndwiga
28:25
Charity Ndwiga Population Council, Kenya
Lotus McDougal
28:27
Lotus McDougal, University of California San Diego, on behalf of the USAID Agency for All project
Lara Vaz
28:28
Greetings everyone, Lara Vaz, MOMENTUM Knowledge Accelerator/PRB
Alice Oyuko
28:29
Greetings from Afghanistan. Am Alice Oyuko, Senior Health Advisor, Save the Children
Margaret Titty MANNAH
28:42
Good afternoon everyone.. I am Margaret Titty Mannah, Program Manager for the National Quality Management Programme under the RMNCAH Directorate of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in Sierra Leone
wezi kalumbu
28:43
Wezi Kalumbu USAID-ONSE Malawi Child Health Advisor
Sonali Daniel
28:47
Greetings!! Sonali Daniel from JSIPL India
Seun Aladesanmi
29:08
Seun Aladesanmi, Associate Director, MNH, Clinton Health Access Initiative.
DINESH BASWAL
29:19
Greetings from PATH,India
Eugene Kiti
29:20
Hello everyone! s from Kigali, Rwanda
Minjoon Kim
29:20
Greetings. Minjoon Kim from UNICEF New York
James Wanda
29:38
James Wanda, World Relief International, Kenya
Yoseph Woldegebriel
29:40
Good morning/afternoon, this is Yoseph from USAID/Ethiopia Mission.
Olena Kotiuk
30:20
Greetings from Ukraine. Olena Kostiuk, neonatologist. PhD
Lapani Ngala
30:38
hello👋 , Lapani from Malawi 🇲🇼
Errol alden
30:42
Errol Alden- International Pediatric Association
Megan Marx Delaney
30:55
Hi everyone! I am Megan Marx Delaney, Research Scientist at Ariadne Labs in Boston, US
Sara Riese
31:27
Hi all! Sara Riese from the DHS Program
Patricia Jodrey
31:29
Dr. Patricia Jodrey, USAID CH Team Lead & Co-chair of the Child Health Task Force subgroup on Quality of Care
Jaleel Ahmad
31:34
Hi everyone, I am Jaleel Ahmad from Population Council, New Delhi, India
Brian Njoroge
31:51
Brian Njoroge, 3UJ Development Ltd., Nairobi Kenya
Anaclet NGABONZIMA
31:57
Hello! NGABONZIMA Anaclet, Child Health Lead_ Momentum Integrated Health Resilience
Tala Rammal
32:00
Welcome, and thank you for joining us today for the webinar: 'Providing respectful care for newborns and children: Lessons learned and opportunities for improved experience of care in healthcare settings'.
Tamah Kamlem
32:06
Greetings! Tamah Kamlem, GHSC-PSM
Ahmednoor Shuriye
32:08
Hello, Dr Shuriye, Health project Manager for Save the Children in Somalia
Joan Kraft
32:09
Joan Kraft, Gender Advisor, USAID/Washington DC
Tala Dowlatshahi
32:25
Tala Dowlatshahi Senior independent advisor, New York
Ankur Sooden
32:25
Hi all.Ankur Sooden, USAID SAMVEG project, JSI India
Rebecca Fields
32:46
Hello, Rebecca Fields, Technical Lead, MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity
Dyness Kasungami
34:03
Dyness Kasungami, Child Health Task Force Secretariat. Welcome everyone and thanks for joining!
Sonali Daniel
34:26
Are these guidelines available as open source?
John Borrazzo
34:56
Greetings, all. John Borrazzo, Child Health Director, USAID-supported MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project (MVGL), Washington, DC
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35:09
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Peter Hayombe
35:20
Hello everyone. Peter Hayombe Simba Education Consultants- Nairobi Kenya
John Cleary
35:43
please stay close to microphone
Dyness Kasungami
35:48
@ Martin; you did a great job of articulating the membership, themes, subgroups and goal of the Task Force. Thank you!
Faith Gitahi
35:56
Faith Gitahi, Nutrition Consultant. Member MlYCN steering committee MOH Kenya
Tamar Chitashvili
36:39
Greetings, colleagues. Tamar Chitashvili, Practice Area Lead for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health, MSH
John Cleary
37:33
slow down pleawe
Tala Rammal WHO
37:56
This webinar is co-hosted by the Quality of Care sub-group of the Child Health Task Force and the Network for Improving Quality of Care for MNCH.
Tala Rammal WHO
38:26
During the discussion, you are encouraged to raise your hand & speak up (in French or English) & feel free to put questions in the chat as they arise during the presentations.
Christine Chege
40:04
Dr Christine Chege. Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Lecturer Kenyatta University. Board Member, Kenya Paediatric Association. Head of Advocacy sub-committee
Sherry Hutchinson
41:43
Link to manuscript: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0262637
Sherry Hutchinson
43:44
Link to brief: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BR_Kenya_Newborn_Form_Brief.pdf
Efe Obasohan
44:51
Dr. Obasohan efederek@gmail.com , trainee paediatrician
Tamar Chitashvili
46:45
Please, share the job aides if possible
Tamar Chitashvili
47:37
@Chantalle, thank you
Alexander Rowe
47:49
What was the study design? Thank you.
Abdela Befa Kinki
47:59
hello, everyone
Tala Rammal WHO
48:11
Communication during hospitalization: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/BR_Kenya_CommCharter.pdf
Sherry Hutchinson
48:28
Links to job aids are available here: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/newborn-young-child-experience-care-kenya/
Alexander Rowe
48:38
I'm not sure I understand the intervention for providers. Was it essentially training?
Tala Rammal WHO
48:48
Parents’ emotional wellness: Reduce Distress, Emotional Support, and Partnership: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BR_Kenya_Newborn_Form_Brief.pdf
Tala Rammal WHO
49:25
Providers' Emotional Wellness: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/BR_Kenya_DEPGuide_Provider_Poster.pdf
Charlotte Warren
49:49
the intervention for providers was a combination of training and mentoring
Tala Rammal WHO
49:54
What can men do? Fathers and other male carers can do the following for newborns and young children: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/BR_Kenya_EngagingFathers.pdf
Alexander Rowe
50:17
Are you concerned that, at endline, knowledge levels seemed to still be around 50% (e.g., 5/10 or 4/8)?
Tala Dowlatshahi
50:31
There seems to be key trends here (psychosocial support etc)- do you plan to follow up with a scoping/foresight exercise to predict/advance outcomes?
Debjeet Sen
52:10
Have the results of the study been published (or disseminated through a brief)? Sorry if I missed this!
Sonali Daniel
52:25
How different it is from Family Participatory care?
Charlotte Warren
53:14
we are currently writing up briefs and a manuscript. briefs will be available soon. formative results already available
Debjeet Sen
53:30
Thanks, Charlotte! This is SO exciting. Can't wait to read them :)
Tala Rammal WHO
53:47
The formative research brief can be accessed here: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/BR_Kenya_Newborn_Form_Brief.pdf
Hema Magge
54:05
Did the intervention include exposure to or provision of age appropriate books to children?
Tamar Chitashvili
54:52
Would it be possible to share indicators and data collection instruments for respectful, nurturing and responsive care?
Debjeet Sen
54:54
Thanks, Tala! I have seen the formative assessment brief. This is great work.
Daouda Souaré
55:11
bonjour merci de nous partager les présentations après le zoom merci !
Tala Rammal WHO
56:50
@Daouda Nous partagerons l'enregistrement et les diapositives avec vous après le webinaire.
Serge MUSIMWA
57:43
Bonjour à tous et à toutes. Nous serons contents de les recevoir. Merci
Lara Vaz
58:42
Thank you all - this is fantastic work, especially in the midst of a pandemic! I look forward to seeing the survey tools and for the slides from today's webinar.
Tamar Chitashvili
01:00:44
Thank you for amazing work and encouraging results! What can be done to institutionalize respectful, nurturing and responsive care of infants in Kenya settings (above site)?
Alexander Rowe
01:01:10
The RMC Charter seems quite important. Beyond articulating the rights, did the development of the Charter include the "how" to operationalize the rights?
Tala Rammal WHO
01:01:52
The Respectful Maternity Charter resources can be accessed here: https://www.whiteribbonalliance.org/rmcresources/
Farzana Maruf
01:01:54
The charter name needs to include newborn e.g Respectful Maternal and Newborn (RMNC) Charter, right?
Tala Rammal WHO
01:02:03
In English: https://www.whiteribbonalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/WRA_RMC_CharterPoster_Bleeds.pdf?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=44444444-4444-4444-4444-444444444444
Emmanuel Adung
01:02:28
Thanks for such great work. I do wonder about efforts to get national governments and agencies especially in Africa and beyond can adopt and implement
Tala Rammal WHO
01:02:32
En Français: https://www.whiteribbonalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/WRA_RMC_CharterPosterFrench.pdf?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=44444444-4444-4444-4444-444444444444
Marcus Stahlhofer
01:04:19
I would encourage all those interested in the application of human and children's rights in ensuring respectful care for women and children to read the following authoritative documents next to the Charter:
Marcus Stahlhofer
01:04:35
CRC General Comment no.15
Tamar Chitashvili
01:05:48
Thank you for sharing, Marcus!
Marcus Stahlhofer
01:06:19
Technical Guidance on the application of a human rights based approach to the implementation of policies and programs to eliminate preventable maternal mortality and morbidity
Tamar Chitashvili
01:06:27
I am curios from what age is it possible to explore child's experience of care?
Marcus Stahlhofer
01:06:29
Technical Guidance on the application of a human rights based approach to the implementation of policies and programs to eliminate preventable child mortality and morbidity
Elena Ateva
01:06:48
https://www.whiteribbonalliance.org/rmcresources/
Emmanuel Adung
01:07:00
Thanks everyone for the resources. These are a refreshing!
Eugene Kiti
01:07:41
Great presentations! thank you so much for sharing
Elena Ateva
01:07:45
Thank you, Marcus!
Tamar Chitashvili
01:10:08
Thank you, Elena for a great presentation, outlining legal foundation of respectful, nurturing and responsive care of infants!
Elena Ateva
01:10:14
@Emmanuel Adung - a number of governments have adopted the charter - sometimes at city or state level, sometimes at national level. Malawi is a great example of adopting the charter and reinforcing its importance even during COVID.
Dr Sheila Macharia
01:10:21
Were the differences in communication to parents in the NBU and pediatric wards due to health providers perception of need or what caused that?
Anaclet NGABONZIMA
01:10:27
Thank you for the wonderful work done. What can you anticipate as results if the same implementation research is carried out in fragile settings?
Eyob Gebretsadik
01:11:08
Is QI method used?
Jean Sack
01:11:16
Will these guidelines be incorporated into training materials for midwives and nurses/doctors in universities or schools?
DINESH BASWAL
01:13:47
Are you thinking of introducing communication skills in the preservice education for all the health worrkers
Elena Ateva
01:13:53
@Alexander Rowe, a lot of governments have adopted the charter and are implementing it through MOH guidelines, and incorporating it in QoC processes. In addition, social accountability plays an important role to ensure that community is taken into account continuously and that women and families have an opportunity to complain about rights violations, find redress and use their input to improve the care provided.
Ajay Gambhir
01:15:04
jai ho ! preventive guidance vs therapeutic T/ t ..family & village social perception & education level ..MATTERS..Ajay Gambhir
John Borrazzo
01:15:56
Building on @Dr Sheila Macharia's excellent question, how would we best understand this difference in outcomes for newborns vs. young children, and do you have insights on whether an intervention to address this issue would be better focused on caregivers demanding better guidance for nurturing care, providers pushing out such guidance, or will it really need both?
Chantalle Okondo
01:17:29
@Hema no unfortunately we did not have age appropriate books - we mainly targeted 0-2years old and most of the play materials were tactical things the children could grasp. Although its a good point to note for future work
Brian Njoroge
01:18:52
Q. On the endline survey slide data on optimizing nutrition - please elaborate the breastfeeding interventionsQ. (Dr Mwangi) - Any plans for integrating Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative with Nurturing care?
Charlotte Warren
01:19:01
Hi Anaclet - we would love to introduce this in fragile setting - I think it would work - using/adapting our job aides etc
Jean Sack
01:19:54
Thank you for the response to incorporate these QofC into the training pre-service institutions~and adding to accreditation standards!!
Charlotte Warren
01:20:43
we would hope these findings /approaches will be adapted into pre-service materials
Charlotte Warren
01:20:53
and training
Ali Omar Ali - WCO/Tanzania
01:21:21
Very informative presentations - Thank you all presenters. -- Présentations très instructives - Merci à tous les présentateurs.
Debjeet Sen
01:22:50
Sorry if I missed this, but was there any support provided to caregiver mental health? Given the links between poor mental health and ability to provide care.
Alexander Rowe
01:23:32
Thanks to Charlotte and team for this important work!
Tamar Chitashvili
01:23:34
Thank you for a great discussion and excellent presentations!
Eugene Kiti
01:23:48
Great Session!
Gagik Karapetyan
01:23:53
Thank you for the wonderful event!
Lotus McDougal
01:23:55
Thank you for such an interesting group of presentations!
Dyness Kasungami
01:23:58
Thank you everyone for the engaging discussion.
Sita Strother
01:23:59
Thank you for joining everyone!
Dyness Kasungami
01:24:08
Thank you QoC subgroup!!
Megan Marx Delaney
01:24:09
Thank you for a great presentation!
Ali Omar Ali - WCO/Tanzania
01:24:12
🙏
Charlotte Warren
01:24:14
Thanks for all the great questions!
Sita Strother
01:24:15
https://www.childhealthtaskforce.org/events
Yvette Ribaira
01:24:17
Thank you presenters and moderator for the great présentations and discussions.
Lara Vaz
01:24:18
thanks to all!