Quality development in perinatal care : the OBSQID Project : report on the fifth WHO workshop, Nof Ginossar, Israel 29 October-1 November 1998
AbstractThe obstetrical quality indicators and data collection (OBSQID) project for quality management and development in perinatal care involves an extensive network of health care authorities, researchers, professional associations and third-party payers throughout the WHO European Region. Previous workshops organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe have focused on the development and refinement of two standardized, pan-European data collection tools: the case-based OBSQID basic information sheet and the OBSQID perinatal aggregated data sheet. At this Fifth Workshop, it was unanimously decided that in the coming years the project would strive to increase data reporting, to improve the validity of data, to identify centres demonstrating best practice and pair them with those expressing a need (i.e. establish twinning projects), and to improve perinatal outcomes throughout the European Region
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (1999). Quality development in perinatal care : the OBSQID Project : report on the fifth WHO workshop, Nof Ginossar, Israel 29 October-1 November 1998. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108175
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