Enhancing Quality Assurance for Universal Health Coverage

06 Mar 2019
10:45 - 12:15
Auditorium Club

Enhancing Quality Assurance for Universal Health Coverage

Lightning Oral Presentation Session 4


Chair: Dr Lilian Mbau, AHA, Kenya
Co-Chair: Dr Yeshitila Hailu, ET
Rapporteur: Gilbert Wangalwa – KE; Emmanuel Ebitu – UG

 

Abstract No. Title Presenter/

Institution/Country

WEABLO01 Readiness and capacity of training institutions implement leadership, management and governance training (eHSS-LMG) via eLearning in selected African countries (257) Alice Lakati

Amref International University, Kenya

WEABLO02

 

An evaluation of adverse events to improve patient safety using root cause analysis model in a teaching and referral hospital, Eldoret Kenya (83) Richard Mogeni

Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, Kenya

WEABLO03

 

Amref Health Africa’s response to equity: transform health in developing regions (T-HDR), Ethiopia (94) Yared Abera,

Amref Health Africa, Ethiopia

WEABLO04

 

Improving service quality and integration to reduce perinatal morbidity and mortality in southwest Uganda (444) Gloria Kisakye Ndagire

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

WEABLO05

 

Youth friendly service as a means to improve quality of care at public health facilities (116) Tiglu Haile

Amref Health Africa, Ethiopia

WEABLO06

 

Quality of antenatal care and associated factors in western Kenya: an assessment of service provision and experience dimensions (163) Patience Afulani

University of California, San Francisco, United States

WEABLO07

 

Assessment of Benzene, Benzoic Acid and Ascorbic Acid in Juice Drinks in Nairobi County (172)

 

Marsha Setian

Kenya Bureau of Standards, Nairobi, Kenya

WEABLO08

 

Setting the Pace: Operationalization of Kenya Quality Model for Health-Amref Health Africa in Kenya Pilot experience in four selected Counties in Kenya (357) Walter Kibet Kiptirim

Amref Health Africa, Kenya

 

WEABLO09

 

Post-training follow up as a quality assurance model for monitoring health workers trained on family planning methods in 10 counties in Kenya (406) Mathew Thuku

Intrahealth, Kenya

 

WEABLO10 Quality assessment of youth friendly service and associated factors at public health facilities in Arba Minch town, Southern Ethiopia. Facility based cross-sectional study (117) Betebebu Mulugeta

Amref Health Africa, Ethiopia

WEABLO11

 

Strengthening quality and management of MNCH services using PDQ methodology in Central Uganda: a case of comic relief funded project in Kyankwanzi and Nakaseke Districts (455) Asianzu Zamzam Yusuf

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

 

 

WEABLO12

 

A district stakeholder led approach to strengthening maternal perinatal death surveillance and response (MPDSR) in Southwest Uganda (458) Gloria Kisakye Ndagire

Amref Health Africa, Uganda

 

WEABLO13 Quality of Ante Natal Care (ANC) through improving the essential laboratory services for ANC in developing regional states (DRS), Ethiopia (95) Yared Abera,

Amref Health Africa, Ethiopia

 

WEABLO14 Ensuring Quality of Care for Universal Health Care: Rwanda’s Accreditation Journey (777) Edward Kamuhangire

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

WEABLO15 Expectation and satisfaction of HIV/AIDS patients toward the pharmaceutical care provided at Gondar University Referral Hospital, north western Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study (616) Begashaw Melaku Gebresillassie

University of Gondar, Ethiopia