Building a team of coaches to improve quality of care for mothers & newborns The example of the National Quality of Care Network in India

Eight month pregnant Jyoti Yadav poses for a photograph at Fulwari centre (Day care Centre for children and pregnant women) in Kuniya village, Chhattisgarh, India, in June 2013. ©UNICEF/Singh

1.03.2018

Suzy Sarah John and Jeena Pradeep are nurses in the Lady Hardinge Medical College in New Delhi, India. They have recently joined the first group of nurse mentors in India'a National Quality of Care Network,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. By becoming mentors, they will be sharing their expertise and know how on how to improve quality of care for mothers and newborns with other health professionals. Here they explain why they volunteered and what they are hoping to achieve.

Listen to Sr Suzy Sarah John and Sr Jeena Pradeep from the Lady Hardinge Medical Colle in New Delhi, India.

 

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Great start by the team

Pregnant women need the best quality care, as they are taking care of a life inside their body. It is mandatory to give the best possible care, because newborns have grown in the most protective & closed environment.

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