Obstetrics & Gynecology (The Green Journal) published its annual list of the best articles on current research for Global Women’s Health, including our co-authored paper among the six articles selected. Read the article here.
On Dec 13th, join Safe Motherhoods Professor Suellen Miller and other UC colleagues for an evening discussion and wine & cheese reception to follow. Professor Miller and Katie Millar will discuss the Lancet 2016 Maternal Health Series, emphasizing maternal health care that is eith
Safe Motherhood Program director, Professor Suellen Miller, is a lead author for the Lancet’s 2016 Maternal Health series with her paper “Beyond too little, too late and too much, too soon: a pathway towards evidence-based, respectful maternity care worldwide” along with co-author Mic
Developed by Argentina’s Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy (IECS) and the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF), the Obstetric Emergency Drills Training Kitprovides treatment algorithms and scenarios to simulate postpartum hemorrhage and eclampsia emergencies. The ki
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) writes about the origins of the NASG/LifeWrap and its current widespread use, featuring the Safe Motherhood Program and Professor Suellen Miller. Read the article here.
FOGSI (The Federation of Obstetric & Gynecological Societies of India) and AICOG (All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology) have added LifeWraps to their 2015 Manual on PPH, giving a full chapter to the use of LifeWrap. LifeWrap is integrated throughout the manual in the
Dear Friends and Supporters of Safe Motherhood, Bixby Center, UCSF: Year-end greetings to all of you, the fabulous individuals who support the UCSF Safe Motherhood Program. As every year, we wish to thank you for your generosity and to let you know some of the activities you supported
As part of the FIGO/Safe Motherhood Program PPH trainings on LifeWrap at FIGO, LifeWrap donated non-pneumatic anti-shock garments to FIGO trainees from Sudan, Ethiopia, Bolivia and Colombia. All recipients of donations were newly trained in the use of the NASG and completed the postp
An independent assessment of nurse midwives’ knowledge of LifeWraps in Nigeria by Onasoga et al in the International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception and Gynecology suggests that NASG should be made widely available and should be part of PPH management protocols. Read the