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Emergency Obstetric Drills

Obstetric Emergency Drills Training Kit

By alison greer | November 3rd, 2016

Acknowledging the importance of on-the-job continuing professional education, The Maternal Health Task Force and Argentina’s Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy created an Obstetric Emergency…

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Safe Maternity App

The Safe Delivery App: A resource for remote health workers

By Kristen Harker | May 20th, 2016

Featured at Women Deliver in Copenhagen this past week, the Safe Delivery App (SDA) helps address the need to deliver remote, high quality training…

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Training on Newborn Health in Humanitarian Settings

By Kristen Harker | April 28th, 2016

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), International Medical Corps, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Ministry of Health South Sudan, Save…

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On-the-Job Mentorship Post-Training/IMC

Lessons Learned: BEmONC training in Liberia after the Ebola outbreak

By Kristen Harker | April 14th, 2016

International Medical Corps implemented a short in-service Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmONC) training and mentorship project funded by ECHO to support the…

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Bimala with her newborn son. Inge Lie/Save the Children, Nepal

Newborn video series increases access to training resources for health care providers in emergencies

By Kristen Harker | April 12th, 2016

  In times of crisis, mothers must overcome immense obstacles to provide care and safety for their children, while their own vulnerability to poverty,…

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Jhpiego News

Innovative Training to Help Frontline Health Workers Save Lives

By iawgadmin | March 16th, 2016

  To improve quality of care on the day of childbirth — and thus reduce maternal mortality — Jhpiego, in collaboration with global partners,…

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