Nurse and Physician Reflections on the Application of a Quality Standards Training Program to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Shannon Maloney, Mohammad Siahpush, Danae Dinkel, Paraskevi A Farazi, Jithin Jose, Rohini Dutta


Low and middle income countries are characterised by high rates of maternal mortality, in spite of a rise in facility-supported births. This warrants a need to assess the quality of maternal care. The current study evaluated provider perspectives on teaching material in an evidence-based medical education session, directed at addressing common causes of maternal mortality in government hospitals in India.


Journal Article

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Health Systems and Quality of Life