Challenges to implementation of IMCI
at community health centre in West Java Province, Indonesia.
is an integrated approach to child health that focuses on the well-being of the whole child.
Recognized childhood illness and their traditional explanation: Exploring options for care-seeking interventions in the context of the IMCI
The 7-day training course offers the possibility of training more health workers and allows health workers in remote settings a greater opportunity to participate in an IMCI
Data extracted from the case record files included: age on admission gender Immunization pattern IMCI
procedures family planning techniques disease surveillance diarrhea illnesses and management of non -communicable disease.
This series of articles corroborated the ESHE strategy that included several of these evidence-based interventions: Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI), IMCI
(diarrhoea, pneumonia, malaria, measles, and malnutrition), and Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA) (breastfeeding, complementary feeding, vitamin A and iron/folic acid supplementation).
Implementation of IMCI
has been found to be associated with multiple benefits to the health care delivery system, health care staff, and community such as reduction in the under-five mortality [2,5,6]; augmenting nutritional status of children ; improving knowledge and satisfaction in caregivers ; enhancing skill/performance of health providers [2,6]; improving quality of care ; reducing financial burden on the health system ; discouraging the practice of misuse of antibiotics and other drugs [2,4]; and providing assistance for diagnosis of HIV-1 infection .
An evaluation of the quality of IMCI
assessments among IMCI
trained health workers in South Africa.
It is a natural progression from and provides a link that bridges IMCI
with hospital level care.
has shown an improved quality of care outcome for children in resource limited settings (Gouws et al.
Malvarez recommended that the nurses who had worked on the ALADEFE survey and the IMCI
manual expand their membership to form a Network for Nurses in Child Health, with collaboration from the WHO/PAHO Collaborating Center on International Nursing at the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB).
Examination of the beta weights indicated that all of the CRIS subscales were predictive of enculturation with the exception of the IMCI
subscale ([beta] = .