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Where there is no obstetrician—increasing capacity for emergency obstetric care in rural India: An evaluation of a pilot program to train general doctors

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(Published 2009)
Evans CL (Author),
Maine D (Author),
McCloskey L (Author),
Feeley FG (Author),
Sanghvi H (Author)
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To address high maternal mortality in rural India, in 2006 the Government of India and the Federation of Obstetric and gynecological Societies of India, with technical assistance from Jhpiego, instituted a nationwide, 16-week Emergency Obstetric Care training program for general medical officers.

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Evans CL, Maine D, McCloskey L, Feeley FG, Sanghvi H. Where there is no obstetrician—increasing capacity for emergency obstetric care in rural India: An evaluation of a pilot program to train general doctors. Int J Gynecol Obstet. 2009 Oct; 107(3): 277–282.