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Webinar: Implementation Lessons from Improving Care for Small and Sick Newborns in Health Facilities - Shared screen with speaker view
Tara Gleason
13:43
Hello everyone, thank you for joining. We will get started in just a minute.
IYABODE OLABISI DEDEKE
19:27
it's good to be here. I am Dedeke Olabisi, Paediatrician/Neonatologist with the Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria.
Olufunke Bolaji
22:20
Good afternoon Everyone.
Lydie Ky
39:06
Time check - 5 min, David
Sheena Currie
47:54
Hi everyone - in relation to NB jaundice we often hear of the risk of kernicterus......but what is the risk? I'd be interested to hear if experts here have seen this /other information? Thanks! Sheena
Dr Tewolde Wubayehu, Ethiopia
50:00
how common is the long term complication of exchange transfusion
Olufunke Bolaji
50:08
this intervention 4 is something we have implemented in our facility and it has helped to identify babies who needed phototherapy and were undetected by the postnatal ward stafg
Susan Niermeyer
51:28
An excellent reference for kernicterus in LMIC is Olusanya BO et al. Arach Did Child 2014; 99:1117. doi"10.1136/archdischild-2013-305506
IYABODE OLABISI DEDEKE
51:43
intervention 4 has saved my hospital from possible litigation issues especially for haemolytic jaundice that start quite early and may go unnoticed
Lydie Ky
01:02:33
Indira, time check 3 min left
Alex Stevenson
01:05:09
Thanks for those QI ( TSB > 300 or exchange transfusion) you obviously worked hard to come up with those- can you give us your final QI for other aspects mentioned at the beginning eg HIE
Archana Amatya
01:05:23
Hi This is Dr Archana Amatya from Save the children, Nepal ….Dr Indira - Great presentation!....Please share the challenges you faced while conducting the hybrid course specially on transferring skills.Thank you
Leah Greenspan
01:05:58
Great job Indira
Frances Ganges
01:06:31
Thanks Indira! Great presentation
Shashi Vani
01:07:02
Very informative and stimulating approach
Shashi Vani
01:07:17
Congrats Dr. Indira
Ratul Narain
01:07:23
Thanks Dr. Indira! Very interesting!
Shashi Vani
01:07:32
Dr Shashi N. Vani
Linda Vanotoo
01:07:36
Thank you very much,, great presentation the education at the antenatal is very important. This can be done also during the pregnancy school. Indira good to see you
Zoe Griffiths
01:07:59
Fantastic to hear about the challenges and remedies during implementation - many thanks for both presenters, lots to learn from that can be applied across countries and hospitals
Frances Ganges
01:08:29
For David: how did u sustain the changes in staffing?
Olufunke Bolaji
01:08:59
staffing is quite an issue in many low and middle income countries
Ana Rabasquinho
01:09:10
Thanks Dr Indira. Great presentation.
Susan Niermeyer
01:09:28
Wonderful, fundamental lessons that can be applied widely...thank you both. Indira and David, could you discuss together how bilirubin screening can be effectively enhanced with technology?
Dr Tewolde Wubayehu, Ethiopia
01:10:18
Thank you very much Dr Indira.
Asha Pun
01:10:58
David what best approach you used to address the nurse and patient ratio issue? is it sustainable?
Ankur Sooden
01:11:40
Question for Indira: have you/ would you publish your wonderful results using QI methods so we may learn in detail.
Cat Kirk
01:13:17
This was so wonderful! I wanted to share a paper from my colleages in Rwanda on QI strategies applied for neonatal units that may be of interest to this audience https://bmcpediatr.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12887-021-02544-z
Shashi Vani
01:15:52
Can we have similar QI approach for KMC also
Shashi Vani
01:16:30
S N Vani
Rajesh Mehta
01:17:37
QI model used in big hospital: Datta V, Saili A, Goel S, et al. Reducing hypothermia in newborns admitted to a neonatal care unit in a large academic hospital in New Delhi, India. BMJ Open Quality. 2017;6:e000183
Archana Amatya
01:17:45
Thank you David and Indira
Rajesh Mehta
01:19:02
We have prepared a digital training on QI (e-POCQI) and e-Coaching for POCQI. We are now improving the beta version, at present
Cat Kirk
01:19:24
Oh great, Rajesh! Is that something others will be able to access freely?
Olufunke Bolaji
01:20:11
that will be great Rajesh. please share access
Rajesh Mehta
01:20:50
Yes. As soon as we fix some bugs we will make it available for undertaking course free of cost.
Cat Kirk
01:21:32
Wonderful!
Rajesh Mehta
01:22:20
We are trying to embed POCQI (the 4 steps) in the global 'essential care at birth course' that combines QI with the clinical training.
Olufunke Bolaji
01:22:32
can the slides from today be shared with us please?
Susan Niermeyer
01:22:54
@Shashi, your point is excellent - that these techniques can be applied to many key, but complex interventions. Doug McMillan and the Canadian neonatal QI group are developing materials for KMC
Neena Khadka
01:23:11
Yes Olufunke we will be sharing the slides via the COP platform
Dr Tewolde Wubayehu, Ethiopia
01:23:43
Than you all. It was an informative webinar
Adweeti Nepal
01:24:18
Thank you panels and experts it was really insightful
Ankur Sooden
01:24:22
The nature of the evidence based intervention we attempt to improve may have to be considered while deciding how much of required skills can be transferred using IT platforms and how important on- site training is. Some skills need physical interaction while there are many that can be transferred from distance.
Hailemariam Segni Abawollo
01:24:25
Thank you all, it was a very helpful webinar.
Tara Gleason
01:24:53
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EYINADE KUDIRAT OLATEJU
01:25:01
good afternoon all.
EYINADE KUDIRAT OLATEJU
01:25:55
I joined the webinar late. kindly share the slides. thanks