November 19, 2012 On November 10, TEDx San Francisco and UCSF Global Health Sciences hosted 600 people at the Mission Bay campus for 7 Billion Well: Re-imagining Global Health. The day was full of inspirational talks from scientists, authors, entrepreneurs, artists and others about
The Global Library of Women’s Medicine has included the NASG in their updated Postpartum Hemorrhage Guidelines. This is a wall chart detailing important clinical aspects of controlling postpartum hemorrhage and will soon appear on their Safer Motherhood webpage. We are so please
Read the latest stories from our wonderful interns that generously give their time to the project in Zambia. A great resource for potential interns that want to get involved with the Safe Motherhood Program. http://lifewrapinterns.wordpress.com/
Midwives in Zimbabwe and Zambia have given us powerful stories as reminders that this simple garment can save lives. Read their quotes: “I wish I could stand on top of the world to explain the effectiveness of the anti-shock garment. I am now a better midwife and very confident
We are excited to welcome the newest member of our team in Zambia: Ashley Leech will take over the Copperbelt Program Manager position beginning in March 2012. Ashley’s new post will support the 5 local coordinators in the Copperbelt province of Zambia. Ashley will be providing
The International Museum of Women (IMOW) is currently running an online exhibition titled MAMA: Motherhood Around the Globe. In the section Healthy Mama Healthy Baby, installations delve into the pressing issue of global maternal health and maternal mortality, and ask: What are the re
We are currently in the randomized control phase of the clinical trial with over 3000 women enrolled to date. Half the clinics are randomized to the NASG intervention, and all women receive the NASG at the referral hospital. For more details on the trial, please visit: clinicaltrials.