Quality improvement for newborn health: from local solutions to national learning network’: lessons from India

Quality improvement for newborn health: from local solutions to national learning network’: lessons from India
Archana Prabhukar Yerawar engages in a practice called Kangaroo Mother Care at the District Hospital in Gadchiroli, India, in July 2017. ©UNICEF/Sharma

The National Quality of Care Network in India started small, in a medical college in New Delhi. It is now a self sustained network active in 9 states in the country, with over 70 quality improvement teams, and many partners in the public and private sectors. In this video story, Dr Vikram Datta, Director Professor, Department of Neonatology at the Lady Hardinge Medical College in New Delhi explains how the Network started and expanded.


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