Autor: Holly P. Kennedy PhD, CNM1; Melissa Cheyney PhD, CPM, LDM;
Hannah G. Dahlen PhD, RM; Soo Downe PhD, MSc, BSc, RM, OBE;
Maralyn J. Foureur PhD, BA, RM; Caroline S. E. Homer PhD, RM;
Elaine Jefford PhD, RM; Alison McFadden PhD, MA, RM;
Michaela Michel-Schuldt MSc, RM; Jane Sandall PhD, CBE5,; Hora Soltani PhD, RM;
Anna M. Speciale PhD, MS, MSc, CNM; Jennifer Stevens CNM, MS;
Saraswathi Vedam RM, FACNM, MSN, Sci D(hc); Mary J. Renfrew BSc, RN, RM, PhD, FRSE Fecha: Mayo 2018 Resumen: This paper presents “different research questions”
drawing on evidence presented in the 2014 Lancet Series on Midwifery and a research
prioritization study conducted with the World Health Organization. The results
indicated that future research investment in maternal and newborn health
should be on “right care,” which is quality care that is tailored to individuals, weighs
benefits and harms, is person-centered, works across the whole continuum of care,
advances equity, and is informed by evidence, including cost-effectiveness.
Convocatoria: USAID, the Government of Norway, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Grand Challenges Canada, DFID, and KOICA have joined together to launch Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development, to find the tools and approaches to help the mothers and newborns during their most vulnerable hours.