Publisher: Management Division, DoHS, MoHP Nepal
Improving quality of care has been a major area of focus for the Ministry of Health. To that end, the Health
Facility Development and Quality Section, Management Division, Department of Health Services, with the
support of various agencies, has engaged in a number of efforts aimed at reinforcing skills among health
care providers. It was in this context that the Quality Improvement (QI) modules were developed.
These QI modules are based on national medical standards and protocols, updated training packages,
recommendations from international agencies including the WHO and existing QI modules. A series of
workshops and consultation meetings with experts from government and non-government organizations
were organized to develop, compile, update and adapt these modules to Nepal.
The purpose of the QI modules is to strengthen health services by ensuring, sustaining and standardizing
the delivery of high quality health services. This set of QI modules includes:
- Service Readiness
- Family Planning Services
- Maternal and Newborn Health Services
- Child Health Services
- Infectious Disease Services
- Logistics and Laboratory Services
Table of contents
- User’s Manual
- Module for Management
- Module for Service Readiness
- Module for Family Planning Services
- Module for Maternal and Newborn Services
- Module for Child Health Services
- Module for Infectious Diseases Services
- Module for Logistics and Laboratory Services
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