Ten systematic reviews were produced during this project on various community-based interventions (women’s groups and traditional birth attendant training), task shifting interventions (clinical officers performing caesarean section) and clinical interventions (cell salvage). Four reviews from this project have been published, with three in high-ranking peer reviewed journals (BMJ and Lancet). Furthermore, the findings have guided WHO recommendations of task shifting, and initiated further WHO research on specific community based projects (participatory learning and action cycles with women’s groups).
|Short title||Interventions to reduce maternal mortality in developing countries: a systematic synthesis of evidence|
|Effective start/end date||1/06/10 → 31/05/13|
- BIRMINGHAM WOMENS NHS TRUST
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