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JAMMU: Three-day service providers’ training on quality assurance organised by National Health Mission, J&K concluded here on Thursday.
The training programme was organised in collaboration with National Health System Resource Centre (NHSRC), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi, under the supervision of Dr Yashpal Sharma, Mission Director, NHM, J&K.
The training was inaugurated by Dr Chander Parkash, Dy Director (HQ).
Dr. Harjeet Rai, Divisional Nodal Officer, NHM, Jammu gave a detailed presentation on Quality Improvement of Labour Room and Operation Theatre in District Hospitals, and implementation of Laqshya initiative in facilities.
Experts from National Health System Resource Centre (NHSRC), New Delhi Dr. Parminder Gautam, Senior Consultant, Quality Improvement and Dr Sushant Agrawal, Consultant, Quality Improvement through detailed power point presentations, oriented the participants about various aspects of quality assurance and steps in improving health care and achieving certification under NQAS (National Quality Assurance Standards).
Dr Yashpal Sharma said that the training shall raise the concepts of the service providers of the district hospitals and shall help in achieving the NQAS certification. He requested the Officers of Health Department to follow the Standard Operating Protocols and processes in letter and spirit for maintaining quality at public health facilities which will in turn help public health facilities to attain certification under quality assurance.
The training programme was attended by Dr Narinder Bhatial, State Nodal Officer, Quality Assurance, NHM, J&K, medical superintendents, deputy medical superintendants, consultants of various specialties, medical officers, staff nurses of District Hospital Gandhi Nagar Jammu and District Hospital Udhampur, along with deputy chief medical officers, district programme managers, district monitoring and evaluation officers and RMNCH+A Consultants of the two districts, and the State Programme Management Unit Quality Assurance, NHM, J&K.
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