From our colleagues at WHO. I encourage all HIFA members to join this 1 hour webinar, which coincides with the start of the HIFA thematic discussion on Learning for quality health services. We look forward to see you there!
Enhancing the quality of health services – introduction to a new planning guide for implementers
29 June 2021 15:00 – 16:00 CET
Planning for quality is required at the national, district and facility-levels to enhance quality of care, and drive efforts towards universal health coverage. WHO recently launched Quality Health Services: a planning guide to support key actions required to improve the quality of health services for the entire population, recognizing the unique pathway for each country. The planning guide focuses on actions required at the national, district and facility levels to enhance quality of health services, providing guidance on implementing key activities at each of these three levels. It is intended to support those working at all levels of the health system translate intention into results, delivering an impact on the quality of services for people across the world.
This 60-minute session will provide an overview of the WHO Quality Health Services: a planning guide, discussing how it can be applied to improve the quality of care across the health system.
When: 29 June 2021, 15:00-16:00 CEST (click here for other time zones)
The session will enable participants to:
Learn about how the WHO Quality Health Services: a planning guide can be applied to support activities on quality health services.
Understand how activities required at the national level can support delivery of quality health services across all levels of health system.
Explain what staff at the district level can do to improve quality of health services.
Describe activities that facility health workers can undertake to improve the quality of health services.
The session is open to anyone with an interest and a passion in improving the quality of health services. It will be of relevance to staff working at all levels of the health system (national, district and facility) who have a role in enhancing the quality of health services. It is also relevant to all stakeholders initiating and supporting action at facility, district and/or national levels both in the public and private sectors.