The first and second batches of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Learning Sessions on Pediatric and Adolescent Viral Load Suppression conducted in Nassarawa and Oyo States has been completed!
The Director of Strategic Information, Pharm Uche Okezie and the Head of Office of the Oyo region, Dr. Olalere Olajide, were on hand to declare the sessions open and to convey the CEOs message to the team to come up with innovative solutions that will improve patient health outcomes.
These sessions were aimed at enhancing multi-disciplinary CQI teams’ understanding, implementing effective strategies for achieving optimal viral load suppression in young HIV patients, emphasizing the importance of multidisciplinary teams in implementing CQI initiatives and encouraging effective collaboration among APIN supported states.
Attended by multi-disciplinary teams drawn from the five APIN/PEPFAR supported states, Benue, Plateau, Ogun, Oyo and Ondo, crucial aspects such as adherence to antiretroviral therapy, age-appropriate disclosure, ARV regimen optimization, and psycho-social support were discussed.
Participants engaged in interactive discussions, group activities and case studies, fostering practical application of the concepts.
The sessions sparked a commitment among attendees to work with facility teams and state clinical mentors, to improve the quality of care for pediatric and adolescent patients, ensuring better outcomes and enhanced well-being in these vulnerable populations!