Transforming Pediatric Care at Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti


Organisation Déclarante:Partenaires en santé Canada
Budget Total ($CAD):$ 144,867
Délai d’exécution: septembre 1, 2021 - août 31, 2022
Statut: Actif
Coordonnées: Marleigh Austin
[email protected]

Profils des Partenaires et Bailleurs de Fonds


Organisation Déclarante


Partenaires en santé Canada

Organisations Participantes


  • Gouvernement et secteur public

    • Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population
  • ONGs

    • Zanmi Lasante

Bailleurs de fonds (Contribution budgétaire totale)


Unspecified

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Endroit


Pays - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Haïti - $ 144,867.00 (100.00%)

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Domaines d'Intervention


Santé - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Santé des nouveau-nés & des enfants (50.00 %)

Systèmes de santé, formation & infrastructure (50.00 %)

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Description


This project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of Haitian children by supporting the pediatric residency program at the Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti, leading to targeted improvements in the availability and quality of specialized pediatric care in-country in the short- and long-term.

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Population Cible


Genre et âge: Unspecified
Population Ciblée Directement: 3,491
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Extrants


4,754 Services delivered
5 Training
3,479 Services delivered
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Résultats & Indicateurs


Résultats Attendus


This project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of Haitian children by supporting the pediatric residency program at the Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti, leading to targeted improvements in the availability and quality of specialized pediatric care in-country in the short- and long-term.

Project funds will be used to cover the stipends of 12 pediatric residents: four first-, second- and third-year residents, respectively. These residents see patients on a daily basis, providing care that is overseen by staff doctors working on site. During the project period, residents are expected to treat one-third of the pediatric patients seen at the hospital—the equivalent of 3,479 children reached with 4,754 pediatric services.

Project funds will also be used to support efforts to accredit the pediatric residency program with the Accrediting Council for Graduate Medical Education – International (ACGME-I) – the body that determines whether international graduate medical education programs meet established standards for institutional, foundational, and advanced specialty education. Accreditation is a multi-year, multi-step process, and the Zanmi Lasante team is in the early stages. During the project period, Foundation funds will support translation of the pediatric curriculum from French into English, so as to enable its review by ACGME-I. This is a critical first step in what is certain to be an iterative process of curriculum review, and one that is poised to equip residents with improved clinical and social medicine competencies. Meeting the ACGME-I standard would be a major accomplishment for the pediatrics residency at HUM, and would ensure children served at HUM and beyond would receive the high-quality care critical to building a brighter future for Haiti’s population

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