On 11 February 2021, the Round Table on the ACCISS activities and the results of evaluation of the Type 1 Diabetes CG/CP implementation took place at the Ministry of Health. It was a half-day meeting when stakeholders may participate in person or online. Thus, more than 45 people participated in discussions online including oblast coordinators, managers of health facilities in pilot areas, representatives of educational organizations, diabetes associations, FGPA as well as family doctors, endocrinologists and other specialists. Over 15 people representing the Ministry of Health, MHIF and the international projects working on diabetes and NCDs in Kyrgyzstan participated in the event and presented their work in this area. HPAC also presented the activities being implemented within Phase II of ACCISS Project and the results of two evaluations. Finally, draft proposals for Phase III have been presented for broader discussion with the stakeholders involved.
On December 23, 2015 the discussion of draft report on monitoring and evaluation of reforms in undergraduate, postgraduate and continuous medical education (2015-2017) took place in the HPAC office. The working group members participated in the discussion, namely, representatives of the MoH, medical educational institutions, staff members of NGO “The initiatives in medical education” and PF “Health Policy Analysis Center”. The objective of the discussion was to familiarize the participants with the preliminary findings obtained within the frames of M&E of medical education system reforms as well as to get feedback and comments so as to finalize the report and present it to broader audience.
Health Policy Analysis Center conducted evaluation of nurses’ role in management of some non-communicable diseases (specifically, diabetes, hypertension, COPD, palliative care) with financial support from Swiss Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic and the Reforms in Medical Education in the Kyrgyz Republic Project.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate role of nurses in care delivery to patients with some non-communicable diseases as well as barriers preventing the involvement of nurses in the process of effective management of patients with some NCDs.
The research objectives included the following:
• Evaluation of existing family doctors’ and nurses’ role and practice in NCD management (diabetes, hypertension, COPD, palliative care) in health organizations;
• Review of family doctors’ and nurses’ activity arrangement within NCD management and identification of barriers to extend role of nurses in management of some NCDs based on views of doctors, patients and nurses;
• Evaluation of nurses’ knowledge and skills and related gaps at the level of education;
• Identification of family doctors’ and nurses’ needs and the areas requiring further efforts and needed interventions to efficiently manage NCDs and increase the role of nurses in NCD management.
Based on the obtained findings, the preliminary report including recommendations has been developed for consideration of stakeholders.