Jan 4, 2015: Professor Miller meets with Rwandan Scholars from the NGO “Open a Door” which provides educational opportunities for future women leaders from post-conflict countries (Rwanda, Afghanistan, Cambodia) for a leadership seminar.
A New article in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (BJOG) by UCSF Safe Motherhood Program and King’s College London finds Shock Index is a Superior Predictor of Adverse Outcomes in PPH. Read “Shock index: an effective predictor of outcome in postpartum haemo
The NASG was highlighted as “rescue treatment” in the latest review article on postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) by Andrew Weeks, The prevention and treatment of postpartum haemorrhage: what do we know, and where do we go next?, published in the January 2015 by BJOG. This review
FIGO’s Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health Committee, in collaboration with IPA, WRA, ICM, and WHO have published new guidelines for mother-baby friendly birthing facilities. These guidelines were developed in response to rising rates of abuse, neglect, and coercion of birthing women i
The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) has expanded its guidelines to include the NASG for treatment of hypovolemic shock secondary to obstetric hemorrhage. This recommendation demonstrates its confidence in the NASG by summarizing the published scientific tr
In November 2014, we arrived in Tanzania to launch the Ifakara Health Institute’s (IHI) Maternal Health intervention. The LifeWrap and mobile phones will be distributed across 8 rural districts and 278 health facilities. For the first level of training all Referral Facility staf
In an interview with Barbara Glickstein from Healthstyles, Center for Health Media and Policy at Hunter College, our LifeWrap Igniter Dr. Suellen Miller discusses the LifeWrap’s start and its profound global effects in saving mothers’ lives despite pervasive social and gen
Guidelines for mother-baby friendly birthing facilities have been developed by FIGO Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health Committee in order to increase the quality of care and reduce alarming rates of abuse, neglect, and coercion of birthing women in healthcare facilities. These guideli