The second seminar in the NEW Implementation Toolkit for Small and Sick Newborn Care seminar series is coming this month!
The Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) target is for all countries to have small and sick newborn care units with CPAP in 80% of districts by 2025. In this seminar, we discuss the co-design of NEST360 | UNICEF Health Facility Assessment (HFA) tools for evaluating service readiness and informing quality improvement. We learn how they are being integrated nationally in Nigeria and how their data are used to improve quality of care in Malawi.
Tuesday 31st May
8am EDT | 2pm CEST | 3pm EAT | 5:30pm IST
Dr Eric Ohuma, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
2. Co-design of NEST360 | UNICEF Health Facility Assessment (HFA) tools
Rebecca Penzias, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
3. Planning for a National Health Facility Assessment across all levels of newborn care in Nigeria
Dr Olufemi James, Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health
4. Using Health Facility Assessment data for action in Malawi
Dr Msandeni Chiume, Kamuzu Central Hosptial
Samuel Ngwala, Kamuzu University of Health Sciences
5. Q&A and discussion with panellists
Hosted by Dr Eric Ohuma, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine