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Using a quality improvement model to enhance providers’ performance in maternal and newborn health care: a post only intervention and comparison design

Journal Article
(Published April, 2017)
Ayalew, F. (Author),
Eyassu, G. (Author),
Seyoum, N. (Author),
van Roosmalen, J. (Author),
Bazant, E. (Author),
Kim, Y.M. (Author),
Tekleberhan, A. (Author),
Gibson, H. (Author),
Daniel, E. (Author),
Stekelenburg, J. (Author)
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The SBM-R quality improvement intervention made a significant positive impact on Ethiopian MNH providers’ performance during labor and delivery and immediate PNC services, but not during ANC services. Scaling up the intervention to other facilities and regions may increase the availability of good quality MNH services across Ethiopia. The findings will also guide implementation of the government’s five-year (2015–2020) health sector transformation plan and health care quality strategies needed to meet the country’s MNH goals.

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Ayalew F, Eyassu G, Seyoum N, van Roosmalen J, Bazant E, Kim YM, et al. Using a quality improvement model to enhance providers' performance in maternal and newborn health care: a post-only intervention and comparison design. BMC pregnancy and childbirth. 2017;17(1):115