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Saving Newborn Lives Legacy e-Talks (Day 3) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lara Vaz
43:13
Happy to see everyone's faces -- looking forward to the trip down memory lane.
Joseph Johnson
47:13
Good to see you too.
Joseph Johnson
01:00:40
Do not forget to put your questions and comments in the Q&A box
Nathalie Gamache
01:06:19
Thank you Prof. Shahidullah for this concise presentation of 20 years of newborn health research, advocacy and programming. I see data analysis included as future directions, but there has been success with NB indicators in HMIS. What indicators are currently collected? How is that data used? How are the data dashboards used? If Prof Shahidullah can speak more to that.
Wahida Siraj
01:11:04
Good morning/ good evening dear all.
Joseph Johnson
01:11:43
Good to see you are able to join.
Wahida Siraj
01:16:25
This is Wahida from Bangladesh. This is not a question, compliments to all to organize such a great virtual program. Feeling proud to be a SNLer and also I am also lucky to take part in the journey of Newborn health. Thank you all.
Imteaz Mannan
01:30:42
Dr. Asir passed away in 2018
Mridu Pandey
01:36:11
Q5 Neena Khadka 05:41 AMVery impressive and inspirational journeys from Bangladesh and Ethiopia. My question to both countries is on how you are working on improving postnatal care: both at facility and home-based? And what are the challenges you are facing and what solutions have you generated to improve the care for mothers and newborns through the PNC platform
Afsana Karim
01:39:49
Dash board is used for performance analysis at national and subnational level by the GOB managers. Every quarter they analyze the data at national level and monthly at district to take appropriate actions.
Mridu Pandey
01:41:30
Thank you Afsana, also Eleven BENAP indicators are captured in HMIS among those 4 are newborn indicators. Dash board is used for performance analysis at national and subnational level by the GOB managers. Every quarter they analyze the data at national level and monthly at district level to take appropriate actions.
Nathalie Gamache
01:53:39
Thank you for those additional comments. The use of the data for action is usually the most challenging (of course quality control of that data too). Congrats for all your good work.
Mridu Pandey
02:41:37
so nice to see you after almost a decade Dr. Nair
Paula Quigley
02:41:47
great presentations! Thanks so much - really useful and lovely to see old and new friends!
Mary Kinney
02:42:34
Thank you all for joining
Yolanta Melamed
02:42:46
thank you!!