Online Program

Monitoring, evaluation, and quality improvement

Monday, November 4, 2013: 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
This session will discuss various aspects of monitoring and evaluation and its link to quality improvement in public health globally
Session Objectives: Discuss the importance of evaluation and monitoring in improving the health of communities Identify why quality improvement is a crucial tool in health promotion
Vamsi Vasireddy, MD, MPH, DrPH

Developing a tool that measures the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) – how can we get to outcomes?   
Kerry Bruce, DrPH, Sarah Dastur, MPH, Daisy Kisyombe, Post Graduate Diploma, Olufemi Akinmade, BSc, Jennifer Mulik, MPH, MA, Alison Koler, MPH and Joris Vandelanotte, MD, FCPHM (SA)
Improving the quality of intra-partum care at health facilities to achieve better maternal and newborn health outcomes in Uganda   
Aldomoro Burua, Miriam Mutabazi, MD, Henry Kakande, MD, Celia Kakande, Maggie Partilla, MS, Fabio Castano, MD and Salwa Bitar, MD
Evidence of sustainability of a quality improvement approach in Malawi   
Sara Gullo, MPH, Christine Galavotti, PhD, Thumbiko Msiska and Lara Altman, MPH/MSW Candidate

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Medical Care, Community Health Planning and Policy Development

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