Setting Up and Managing a Quality Improvement Program at District Level

“Setting Up and Managing a Quality Improvement Program at District Level” provides practical guidance to implement a large-scale QI program at the district level.

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Related materials:

POCQI Learner's Manual POCQI Facilitator's Manual POCQI Virtual Workbook POCQI Coaching 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 learn how to coach point of care QI teams


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. 


Report Author(s): 
Ashok Deorari, Rajesh Mehta, Sonali Vaid, Praveen K. Sharma and Nigel Livesley
Organization(s): 
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia
ASSIST publication: 
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