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WHO MULTICOUNTRY SURVEY ON MATERNAL
AND NEWBORN HEALTH

PROJECT A65661


     




 

  

 

  

 

   

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Executive Summary

Objectives: The main objectives are to study the incidence and the management of maternal and neonatal conditions associated with maternal and neonatal mortality in a worldwide network of health facilities. The near miss concept and the availability and use of preventive and therapeutic interventions will be used to evaluate the quality of care.

The proposed research aims to study the occurrence and the management of maternal and neonatal conditions highly associated with maternal and neonatal mortality in a worldwide network of health facilities. We will assess the quality of care by means of the maternal near miss indicators and the use of preventive and therapeutic effective interventions.

Outcome: This study will be the most important source of evidence for implementing the use of the near miss concept in maternal and newborn health. In addition to the information on the incidence of complications, it will ascertain whether markers of severe maternal morbidity can be incorporated into routine data collection systems, and provide a standardized evaluation of quality of care in a large network of health facilities. In the end, this study will provide a comprehensive evaluation of the implementation status of critical life-saving interventions in the continuum of maternal and perinatal care.