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Utilizing Task Shifting to Increase Access to Maternal and Infant Health Interventions: A Case Study of Midwives for Haiti [Letter to Editor]

Journal Article
(Published June, 2016)
Barger, M. (Author),
Johnson, P. (Author),
Avery, Melissa (Author)
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Authors’ letter points out that competencies of newly trained Haiti “midwives” described in the Floyd and Brunk 2016 article are not consistent with the ICM Essential Competencies for Basic Midwifery Practice and the education program does not meet the ICM Global Standards for Midwifery Education. Refers to Floyd BO, Brunk N. Utilizing task shifting to increase access to maternal and infant health interventions: a case study of Midwives for Haiti. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2016; 61(1): 103-111.

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Barger M, Johnson P, Avery M. Utilizing Task Shifting to Increase Access to Maternal and Infant Health Interventions: A Case Study of Midwives for Haiti. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2016.