These webinars, varying in length from 60 minutes to two hours, include presentations and panel discussions about applying CQI to VMMC services.
Webinar: VMMC Continuous Quality Improvement Results: What’s New in Implementation, Research, and Tools?
This PEPFAR-sponsored webinar shared the latest results, research, and tools in continuous quality improvement (CQI) in PEPFAR-supported voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programs. Hosted by the USAID ASSIST Project, the webinar featured five presentations from USAID, USAID ASSIST, AIDSFree, and the Health Communications Capacity Collaborative (HC3), showcasing VMMC quality improvement efforts in Mozambique, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, Malawi, Lesotho, Namibia, and Swaziland. Jackie Sallet, AIDSFree Project Director (JSI), moderated the webinar. Speakers included: Emmanuel Njeuhmeli (USAID); Patrick Devos (Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs); John Byabagambi (ASSIST/URC); Saidi Mkungume (AIDSFree/Jhpiego) and Joseph Kundy (ASSIST/URC); and Lani Marquez (ASSIST/URC).
In this excerpt from a June 2016 webinar on "What’s New in Scaling Up Continuous Quality Improvement for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision," Dr. John Byabagambi of the USAID ASSIST Project describes how continuous quality improvement has been applied in Uganda to improve post-op care processes and follow-up to identify and safely manage adverse events.
In this excerpt from a In this excerpt from a June 2016 webinar titled "What’s New in Scaling Up Continuous Quality Improvement for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision," Dr. John Byabagambi from the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project discusses tetanus risk mitigation efforts in voluntary medical male circumcision work in Uganda.
PEPFAR hosted a webinar on November 19, 2014 on the importance of women's role in the success of Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision (VMMC). The webinar discussed:
- The impact of VMMC on women, including new and established data on medical impact
- Women's perceptions of VMMC
- Women's roles in scale-up.