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A Performance and Quality Improvement Process to Improve Infection Prevention: Malawi Case Study

Policy-Procedure,
Report
(Published March, 2004)
Rawlins B (Author),
Lacoste M (Author),
Ncube L (Author),
Necochea E (Author),
Bossemeyer D. (Author)
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The Malawi Ministry of Health and Population (MOHP) sought the assistance of JHPIEGO to implement a performance and quality improvement (PQI) initiative in infection prevention (IP), in response to health worker concerns about the existing risks of exposure to infection with major communicable diseases, especially HIV/AIDS, at the country’s hospitals and other health facilities. The initiative aimed to improve infection prevention practices in seven participating (pilot) facilities, in order to decrease the risk of infection transmission to clients, providers, and the community.

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