Helping Mothers Survive Bleeding After Birth Training Package

Training Material
(Published April, 2015)
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This training package is designed for teams of frontline health workers who provide care at birth for women and newborns. The training is appropriate for all health workers who attend births. These may include skilled birth attendants such as midwives as well as other workers (doctors, nurses, and others) who may be called on.


I came across this important resources and found them very useful and relevant to the Clinical Training Center for Family Planning project. I seek permission to use this to train the nurses and midwives who identify with this project.

A new report on Helping Mothers Survive Bleeding After Birth Training Package impact in India, Malawi and Zanzibar has been released:
Evans C, Johnson P, Eva Bazant E, Bhatnagar N, Zgambo J, Khamis AR. 2014 Competency-based training “Helping Mothers Survive: Bleeding after Birth” for providers from central and remote facilities in three countries. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics.