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A round of applause for our amazing doctors and nurses from Phu San Hanoi Hospital, St Paul Hospital, Vietnam National Children’s Hospital who, despite the demands of battling Covid-19, supporting anxious families and caring for sick babies, have still found the time to start work on their Quality Improvement (QI) projects.
These QI projects are part of their UK Level 1 Postgraduate exam and have a special focus on finding and implementing measurable improvements to the care of their babies. Over the next 6 months they will collect, analyse and assess data to implement change in a number of important areas including infection, antibiotics, thermoregulation, neonatal transfer and antenatal steroids, all under the supervision of our UK and US neonatal consultants.
We could not be more proud of all our wonderful doctors and nurses taking on this project and we are excited to see the improvements that will be made. If you have been inspired by the work of our fantastic medical staff and would like to help Newborns create the opportunity for more projects like this, then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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