Human Resources/Workforce Development

Uganda | Application of quality improvement and performance management approaches to improve pharmaceutical process

Date improvement activities began: March, 2012 Aims/objectives: The collaborative aims to apply improvement and performance management approaches to strengthen pharmaceutical human resources and improve the availability and use of HIV care...

Tanzania Human Resources for Health Collaborative

Date improvement activities began: October, 2010 Aims/objectives: This work builds in the HCI-supported Human Resources Collaborative in Niger and utilizes a modified change package from that project. The specific objectives were: -To...

Tanzania | Mtwara ART/PMTCT Collaborative

Date improvement activities began: May, 2009 Aims/objectives: To increase the quality of HIV/AIDS health care services, including PMTCT and ART services through building the capacity of regional and district teams and ART/PMTCT providers...

Honduras | Referral Systems Collaborative-Comayagua

Date improvement activities began: December, 2008 Aims/objectives: To strengthen the referral and counter referral system for obstetric complications in the Comayagua Region; specifically, for 50% of users referred to the hospital with a...

Daily diary analysis – An approach to strengthen information system at grass root level

Problem: This improvement report refers to the period July -2007 Facilities which implemented HIV AIDS program for children were the subject of the report. The facilities were NGO (Non-Government Organization) implementing Pediatric HIV...

Reduction in length of stay of discharges from a Chilean Pediatric Unit.

Problem: The improvement work was done in the Pediatrics Unit at The Rancagua Hospital in the 6th Region of Chile. The Rancagua hospital is the most specialized of all the hospitals in the region. Its pediatric department provides...

Developing clear expectations and objectives for health workers focusing on MCH in Niger

Problem: In Niger’s Tahoua region, the challenge of finding enough human resources is severe. 2008 data compiled by the Ministry of Health show the ratio of doctors to patients is 1 per 100,000, there is 1 midwife per 9,000 women of child-...