Learning from Implementation: Prioritizing topics for documentation and sharing of learning by the Network for Improving Quality Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and the National Quality of Care Forums of participating countries.
Since 2017, 10 countries - Bangladesh, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania - have joined forces in the Network for Improving Quality Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.
One of the strategic objectives of the Network is to facilitate documentation and sharing of learning onquality care (QoC) implementation and scaling up. The 2017-2020 Network evolution implementation andprogress report identifies critical levers that countries interested in implementing QoC at scale need toconsider. Based on these levers of change that shape the implementation strategy and approach, theNetwork has articulated a number of topics for documentation by the Network countries and beyond.
We invite your participation to prioritize these topics by identifying the most relevant and urgent learnings that may help in your work to scale up QoC for MNCH. The results of this prioritization will then be shared with the Network countries to inform the lesson learned that will be documented and shared during their National Forums on QoC that are being hosted by the Network countries throughout 2021, as well as the Network global learning meeting that will take place in early 2022. These documented experiences will also be publicly available on the Network and the WHO websites, and will be shared in upcoming meetings and conferences.
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The survey will run until Sunday 23 May 2021. Thank you for your participation.