Postal address

Uppsala universitet
Womens and childrens health
Akademiska sjukhuset
SE-751 85 Uppsala, Sweden

Clinical Psychology in Healthcare
Uppsala universitet
Uppsala biomedicinska centrum
Institutionen för kvinnors och barns hälsa
Klinisk psykologi i hälso- och sjukvård
Box 572
SE-751 23 Uppsala, Sweden

Visiting address

MTC-house: Dag Hammarskjölds väg 14B, 2 tr
Obst/Gyn, Pediatrics: Akademiska sjukhuset, Entr 95-96 lower ground
IMCH: Drottninggatan 4, 4th floor
Clinical Psychology in Healthcare: Husargatan 3, BMC, D11

Phone

+46 18 611 00 00 (exchange)

Fax

MTC-house: +46 18 611 55 83
IMCH: +46 18 50 80 13

E-mail

kbh@kbh.uu.se
forename.surname@kbh.uu.se

Quality Improvement for Perinatal care in Nepal – The NePeriQIP project

2017-06-16

On June 5th the NePeriQIP (Nepal Perinatal Quality Improvement) project was inaugurated in Kathmandu, Nepal. The project will evaluate a model combining three different implementation strategies: Facilitation, Audit and Feedback, and Training. The aim of the project is to enhance health workers knowledge and skills on perinatal care, strengthen local capacity and ownership by implementation of routine facilitated Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle meetings and improve documentation, use and visibility of local data. The NePeriQIP model thereby aims improving quality of perinatal care and lower perinatal mortality. In total 12 district hospitals are targeted with a total annual delivery rate of 60,000.

This project is a collaboration between UNICEF, the Ministry of Health in Nepal, Lifeline Nepal, Kamana Health and Uppsala University. Between June 5-11 a training of facilitators was conducted by the following key persons: Ashish KC (UNICEF), Chahana Rana (UNICEF), Amrit Pokhrel (Ministry of Health), Abhishek Gurung (Lifeline Nepal), Dipak Chaulagain (Lifeline Nepal), Anna Bergström and Claire LeGrange (Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University) and Leif Eriksson (Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University),. Associate Professor Mats Målqvist (Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University) is the Swedish project leader.