In 2005 the WHO produced the “Pocket Book of Hospital Care for Children” in an effort to provide a global resource for addressing the quality of care in under-resourced hospitals. This is now available in Online format. Click here to access the Online Pocketbook.
The guidelines have been translated into over a dozen languages, as well as a smartphone version and low graphics version to speed up download. Click here to access them.
The Centre for International Child Health, University of Melbourne in conjunction with WHO has created a Training CD-ROM in the Pocketbook which can be downloaded or undertaken online.
In 2005 the WHO produced the “Pocket Book of Hospital Care for Children” in an effort to provide a global resource for addressing the quality of care in poorly resourced hospitals. These pages are designed to provide an overview of the path to implementation of the guidelines.
The International Child Health Review Collaboration is a multicentre project to deliver the evidence basis behind World Health Organisation guidelines for use by paediatric doctors, nurses and other child health workers in Developing Countries.
Improved data recording is critical for quality improvement. A downloadable simple audit program capturing morbidity and mortality has been developed.
To know more about the latest update to the soon to be released second edition, download Technical Update from Language Versions webpage.