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Onsite Nurse Mentoring intervention, a key component of project Sukshema, is a 24/7 facility based intervention through a dedicated cadre of nurse mentors. It was designed and piloted in Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in north Karnataka to improve quality of maternal and newborn care.
Covering a total of 385 PHCs, the intervention successfully demonstrated the feasibility and process of improving quality of care at a large scale for the first time in the country.
The intervention was replicated in the First Referral Units (FRU) of north Karnataka and PHCs and Community Health Centres (CHCs) of Uttar Pradesh. Critical intervention components like self- assessment and action planning to improve facility systems and onsite mentoring to improve clinical practices have found place in the national operational and training guidelines related to Quality Assurance’ and Skill lab.
ASHA Diary: Improving efficiency in service delivery of MNCH services by community health workers
KHPT experience in utilising technology to improve programs
Onsite Nurse Mentoring: Enhancing the quality of maternal and newborn care at facility level
Sensitising the judiciary on issues faced by women in sex work
Mitra: Improving treatment adherence among TB patients
Colour Coded Drug Packs: Simplifying STI treatment among female sex workers
Community-to-Community Learning: Using technology for knowledge exchange
D- TEAMS: Strengthening pre-service medical education
Link Workers: Community resource persons in HIV prevention