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Improving Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care in Zambia through Pre-Service Training

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Originally published on the Frontline Health Workers Coalition blog. Imagine being a novice midwife in rural Zambia. You’re working in a peripheral health center in a remote area where you are the only health worker. You are totally alone except for a cleaner and a guard. You regularly confront emergency obstetric and newborn care cases where there is no time for referral. You must act in the moment alone and do the best you can under sometimes dire circumstances. “Some emergencies cannot b...

Posted By Maura Christopher | 11/8/2016 1:06:01 PM
 
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