This is part of a series of profiles of the dedicated individuals behind the Safe Care, Saving Lives project. Safe Care, Saving Lives is a quality improvement project to improve neonatal care in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. See the previous post in the series. “I was born in a conventional family in Mahbubnagar. Fortunately, my parents were forward…
This blog is coauthored by Sujata Rao, Gayatri Emani, Santhosh Kraleti, and Vikrant Prabhakar of ACCESS Health India. They write about how the King George Hospital Quality Improvement team came together to drive success through quality improvement. King George Hospital is part of the Safe Care, Saving Lives program. The Safe Care, Saving Lives program is an…
This blog is coauthored by Sujata Rao and Vikrant Prabhakar of ACCESS Health India. They write about how the Nalgonda District Hospital demonstrates success through quality improvement. The Nalgonda District Hospital is part of the Safe Care, Saving Lives program. Nalgonda District Hospital demonstrates success through quality improvement The UNICEF report on child survival below…
This report summarizes the work of the United Kingdom based National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in India and China. The institute is a global leader in quality improvement in healthcare. Beginning on page 13, the report discusses our work in the Kerala Neonatal Quality Collaborative.
“Pediatrics has always been a passion for me, not a subject or a specialization."
“Very early in my life, living in Hanamkonda, I decided that I wanted to be an engineer. My father was a driver in the Indian railways, and my mother was a homemaker. Nursing, for me, happened by chance."
“I was born and raised in Kurnool, a city in Andhra Pradesh. I have had a deep and abiding interest in education since my childhood."
“The story of how and why I became a nurse starts with pain."
“I lost my mother when I was thirteen years old. From that young age, I fulfilled the role of being a mother to my younger siblings."
This weekly blog series is a roundup of recent news items and developments that I found interesting and would like to share.