CQHCWC holds meeting on prenatal ultrasound quality control

Updated: 2022-05-09



The first annual summary meeting of the "Yunyu" Spark Project is held at the CQHCWC on April 29. [Photo/CQHCWC]

The first annual summary meeting of the "Yunyu" Spark Project, as well as the prenatal ultrasound quality control meeting, were held on April 29 at the Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (Women and Children's Hospital of Chongqing Medical University), or CQHCWC, in Southwest China's Chongqing.

Attendees of the meeting include Li Pan, deputy director of the Chongqing Municipal Health Commission, Wang Jian, secretary of the CQHCWC's Party committee, and Ran Haitao, director of the Chongqing Medical Imaging Quality Control Center.

Held both online and offline, the event was presided over by Ran Suzhen, director of CQHCWC's Ultrasonography Department, and attracted nearly 50 offline participants in the ultrasound sector and more than 200 online viewers.

The "Yunyu" Spark Project, initiated by the CQHCWC in 2021, aims to promote ultrasound technology at the primary level, thereby improving the quality of screening and effectively reducing the rate of birth defects.

Li Pan stated at the meeting that the city would promote the project, as well as other projects and new technologies, so as to provide higher-quality services for women and children.

Wang Jian also expressed hope that the meeting would sum up the experience and promote the high-quality development of the project to further improve the health of mothers and babies.

Ran Suzhen reported on the work and achievements of the "Yunyu" Spark Project and shared experience in the medical quality management and discipline construction of maternal and child ultrasound.

Ultrasonic quality control personnel from agencies of the project also talked about their experience during the meeting.

Moving forward, the CQHCWC will deepen cooperation with coordination units from various districts and counties to improve prenatal diagnosis in the city, reduce birth defects in newborns and improve population quality.