Coaching for Quality Improvement
“Coaching for Quality Improvement” provides an introduction to QI team coaching, oriented towards the initial practical needs of coaches, along with case scenarios to introduce and address common challenges new coaches face.
|POCQI Learner's Manual||POCQI Facilitator's Manual||POCQI Virtual Workbook||District-level QI Program Implementation Guide|
|For those who want to learn point of care quality improvement methods||For those who want to teach others point of care quality improvement methods||For those who want to learn point of care quality improvement methods||
For those who want to create and manage a district-level QI program
The Point of Care Quality Improvement (POCQI) training model is a collection of materials to guide QI teams – and the coaches and leadership that support them – in improving the quality of care for mothers and newborns in health facilities. These materials were developed jointly by the South East Asia Regional Office of World Health Organization (WHO SEARO); WHO Collaborating Centre on Training and Research in Newborn Care, AIIMS New Delhi; and the ASSIST Project and are available at: www.pocqi.org.
The main contributors to the guide “Coaching for Quality Improvement” are Ashok Deorari (AIIMS, New Delhi), Rajesh Mehta (WHO SEARO), and Sonali Vaid and Nigel Livesley (URC). In addition, the authors would like to acknowledge key inputs and assistance from Praveen K. Sharma, Ankur Sooden, Mahtab Singh, Parika Pahwa and Anjali Vaishnav (URC); Aparna Sharma, Levis Murray, Meena Joshi, Seema Singhal, Anu Sachdeva (AIIMS, New Delhi); Suman Rao (St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore); Deepak Chawla (Government Medical College, Chandigarh) and Asim Mallick (NRS Medical College, Kolkata).