HRH Princess Muna Al Hussein

I pledge to encourage and support all initiatives and healthcare workers who empower patients to be fully informed about and engaged in their care; to ensure that they have rights based choices and are part of the decision making process in a transparent and evidence based environment that leads to safer and more effective care.

صاحبة السمو الملكي الأميرة منى الحسين – حفظها الله

أتعهد بدعم وتشجيع جميع المبادرات وأصحابها في مجال الرعاية الصحية والتي تهدف إلى تمكين المريض وجعله على دراية كاملة بحقوقه وبكل الخيارات المتاحة له وإشراكه في عملية صنع القرار ليصبح الشريك الحقيقي في الرعاية الصحية المقدمة له والمستندة على المعلومات الشفافة وذات المرجعية، وصولًا إلى رؤيتنا الطامحة في توفير رعاية صحية أكثر أمانًا وفعالية.

Join us by making a pledge and inspiring others to start creating change.

Make the change wheneveryou deem fit; just make your pledge no later than the 28th of November 2018.

Take the lead and inspire others with your pledge; drive the enhancement of health care services people so deserve.

The idea of Change Day can be summed up in these few words. All workers in the healthcare sector participation improving the level of health care services in Jordan by making a pledge i and carrying it out on Change Day,the 28th of November 2018. So, take the initiative and make your pledge right away!

What is the purpose of the initiative?

The initiative primarily aims at raising the level of heath care quality and patient safety within the participating public and private

HCAC develops and delivers quality improvement programs in efforts to assist healthcare facilities in meeting and maintaining quality standards through guiding healthcare professionals on how to measure their performance against these standards and monitor their improvements using our quality improvement methods.

Furthermore, HCAC also identifies impediments to improvement and develops strategies to overcome them. For example, HCAC developed a series of flagship courses to improve



He pledged to spend some time with the patient’s family to explain to them more about his situation and wash any unneeded fears away, some doctors pledged to give some training sessions about how to increase the quality of health services.

Australian Doctor

She pledged to taste the medicine before giving it to the children to know how it taste & to understand the children’s reaction to it, also some nurses pledged to entertain the kids by wearing clown costume and do some face painting for them while waiting for their vaccine, other nurses pledged not to let their personal life problems interfere with their performance at work.

A Nurse In one of the children’s clinics in Britain

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