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Total quality management / Haile ; Alex [THESESOTHERS-2018-001]
This is the abstract of total quality management 10.20372/ethernet:1519280739.78
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Total quality management in Ethiopia / Haile Yeshanew [PRESENTATIONSETHERNET-2018-002]
Abstract: ISO 9000 certification is one of the most widely accepted quality assurance systems in world-wide [...] 10.20372/ethernet:1519281516.23
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ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND ITS PRACTICE IN PLASTIC INDUSTRIES: THE CASE OF ADDIS ABABA / DESALEGN SETE TEFERA ; Fetene Bogale (Ph.D) [THESESAASTU-2019-012]
The purpose of this study was to assess the quality management systems practice and gaps in ISO QMS certified plastic firms located in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. [...] 10.20372/nadre:1547549947.86
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ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND ITS PRACTICE IN PLASTIC INDUSTRIES / DESALEGN SETE TEFERA ; Fetene Bogale (Ph.D) [THESESAASTU-2019-050]
The purpose of this study was to assess the quality management systems practice and gaps in ISO QMS certified plastic firms located in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. [...] 10.20372/nadre:1547824357.13
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Effect of Introducing Health and Safety Management in Addis Ababa City Road Projects” / Tenaw Zewdu ; Dr. Geremew Sahilu [THESESAASTU-2019-070]
The main objective of this study was investigating the cost implication of introducing health and safety management in Addis Ababa city road projects. [...] 10.20372/nadre:1547975458.84
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Point prevalence of hospital-acquired infections in two teaching hospitals of amhara region in ethiopia Walelegn Worku Yallew1 abera Kumie 2 Feleke Moges Yehuala 3 1 institute of Public Health, college of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of gondar, gondar, 2 School of Public Health, college of Health Sciences, addis ababa University, addis ababa, 3 Department of Medical Microbiology, college of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of gondar,gondar, ethiopia Purpose: Hospital-acquired infection (HAI) is a major safety issue affecting the quality of care of hundreds of millions of patients every year, in both developed and developing countries, including Ethiopia. In Ethiopia, there is no comprehensive research that presents the whole picture of HAIs in hospitals. The objective of this study was to examine the nature and extent of HAIs in Ethiopia. Methods: A repeated cross-sectional study was conducted in two teaching hospitals. All eligible inpatients admitted for at least 48 hours on the day of the survey were included. The survey was conducted in dry and wet seasons of Ethiopia, that is, in March to April and July 2015. Physicians and nurses collected the data according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention definition of HAIs. Coded and cleaned data were transferred to SPSS 21 and STATA 13 for analysis. Univariate and multivariable logistic regression analyses were used to examine the prevalence of HAIs and relationship between explanatory and outcome variables. Results: A total of 908 patients were included in this survey, the median age of the patients was 27 years (interquartile range: 16–40 years). A total of 650 (71.6%) patients received antimicrobials during the survey. There were 135 patients with HAI, with a mean prevalence of 14.9% (95% confidence interval 12.7–17.1). Culture results showed that Klebsiellaspp. (22.44%) and Staphylococcus aureus(20.4%) were the most commonly isolated HAI-causing pathogens in these hospitals. The association of patient age and hospital type with the occurrence of HAI was statistically significant. Conclusion: It was observed that the prevalence of HAI was high in the teaching hospitals. Surgical site infections and pneumonia were the most common types of HAIs. Hospital management should give more attention to promoting infection prevention practice for better control of HAIs in teaching hospitals. Keywords:hospital-acquired infection, surgical site infections, Ethiopia, point prevalence Introduction Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are a major public health concern throughout the world, contributing to increased morbidity, mortality, and cost.1 HAI is a major safety issue affecting the quality of care of hundreds of millions of patients every year in both developed and developing countries. 2 In developing countries, the problem is three times higher when compared to the incidence observed in adult intensive care units in the US. 3 According to the World Health Organization review, hospital-wide prevalence of health care-associated infections varies from 5.7% to 19.1%, with a pooled prevalence of 10.1% in low-income countries. 4 correspondence: Walelegn Worku Yallew institute of Public Health, college of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of gondar, PO Box 196, gondar, ethiopia Tel +251 911 969 579 Fax +251 581 110 6221 email walelegnw@gmail.com Video abstract Point your SmartPhone at the code above. If you have a QR code reader the video abstract will appear. Or use: http://youtu.be/c5f8yjSzM9A Drug, Healthcare and Patient Safety downloaded from https://www.dovepress.com/ by 213.55.72.171 on / Yehuala 3, Moges
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201689.92
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Health-Related Quality of Life and Associated Factors among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus in University of Gondar Referral Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia. / YALEW, ANDUALEM
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201720.78
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ASSESSMENT OF CONSTRUCTION QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN BUILDING PROJECTS IN CASE OF ADDIS ABABA / ALEM AWEKE [THESESAASTU-2019-035]
Quality is the most important factor in the building constriction. [...] 10.20372/nadre:1547818849.39
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ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES ON GROUNDWATER QUALITY CASE OF BURAYU TOWN / MERGA DUMESSA ETICHA ; DR-EN ZEBENE KIFLE [THESESAASTU-2019-042]
Water is a chief natural resource essential for the existence of life and is a basic human entity [...] 10.20372/nadre:1547822156.65
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Quality of tuberculosis care in private health facilities of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia / Gebrekidan, Gezahegn
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201612.66
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