Healthcare Quality & Administration Program (HQAP) Conducted By SIH
The second Batch of Healthcare Quality & Administration Program commenced on 16th July 2021 with an introductory session. SIH has been conducting the multi-tier Training for Healthcare Quality & Administration Program (HQAP) for healthcare management professionals. The program is based on Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) curriculum & designed to enable participants to improve their core quality & healthcare administration skills.
Four-Day Training included a detailed discussion on:
- Quality Structure & Functions
- Patient Safety & International Patient Safety Goals (IPSGs)
- Core Components of a Medication Safety Program
- Strategic Leadership Direction & Planning
- Role of Strategic Planning in Healthcare Quality
- Healthcare Quality Credentialing & Privileging as Strategy
- Infection Control Risk Assessment & Management
HQAP concluded on 31st July, 2021 with a post-test to assess the effectiveness of the program. Dr. Zeeshan Bin Ishtiaque (Chief Medical Officer, SIH), Mr. Taimoor Shah (Chief Operating Officer, SIH), Dr. Abdul Wahab Hassan (Director, Quality Assurance, SIH), and others were among the trainers. Certificates were distributed among both external & internal participants & trainers during the closing ceremony conducted by Mr. Amir Khisro (Manager, Training & Development HR&D, SIH). External participants included: Dr. Areej Neyazi, Dr. Sadaf Khalid, Dr. Mohib Ullah & Mr. Naveed Richard from Dr. Akbar Niazi Teaching Hospital, Islamabad. Furthermore, Dr. Salar Abbasi from ChildLife Foundation, Karachi, and Dr. Saira Quddus from Social Security Hospital, Islamabad joined as well while Dr. Ayesha Javed from Mayo Hospital, Lahore & Dr. Kishwar Naheed from Pak Red Crescent Medical & Dental College, Lahore attended as a virtual participant. Internal participants included: Ms. Nabila Batool, Ms. Tania Noreen, Mr. M. Fawad, Mr. Nabeel Qamar, Ms. Saba Yasin, Ms. Najia Khan, Ms. Ayesha Khan, Dr. Hina Yusuf & Dr. Asfandyar Khan Niazi.