Global Maternal Health Conference 2013
Filippi first described her study in Benin and Morocco which focused on c-sections and the care surrounding non-vaginal delivery births. The information presented was preliminary , but showed those steps that were not taken properly during labor, including elapsed time for decision making to move to a c-section. The study used existing data from hospital records and provided a new way of learning about near-misses and missed opportunities. Kulkarni focused on the CHWs working in Navi Mumbai, India, a slum area. The aim of the study was to create greater use of maternal health facilities. They found with increased visits women sought out more skilled care and also with better coverage of the CHWs, there were more appropriate referrals and better reporting.
Zalazar's session was omitted.
Moderator: Veronique Filippi, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
From obstetric near-miss to health care near-miss: Attempting a different approach for the evaluation of obstetric quality of care in low income settings
Veronique Filippi, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
The impact of a community-based surveillance and monitoring system on the utilization of services for maternal and newborn morbidity in urban slums of Navi Mumbai, India
Gopal Kulkarni, Institute of Health Management, Pune Centre
Evaluation of the prevention strategies on sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS among pregnant women from low-income population
Virginia Zalazar, Fundacion Huesped
Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Tuesday, 15 January 2013
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