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Date and Time: Thursday 23rd March 2017, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm, followed by refreshments
Location: John Snow Lecture Theatre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK
Mothers and their babies face greater risks to their survival during humanitarian crises. However, there is a dearth of evidence about how best to apply reproductive health interventions effectively in crises settings. Understanding why women and their babies die in these specific circumstances is pivotal to designing appropriate interventions to prevent deaths from similar causes.
This seminar will explore tools and approaches to maternal death surveillance and response (MDSR) in crises settings with presentations on the following:
- Value of MDSR data and systems in crises settings, and in contributing to achieving sexual and reproductive health rights
- Approaches to measuring maternal mortality in refugee settings and responding to findings
- Participatory ethnographic evaluation research (PEER) as a tool to triangulate MDSR findings in crises settings
- Rajat Khosla, Human Rights Adviser – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, World Health Organization, Geneva
- Nadine Cornier, Humanitarian Adviser – Reproductive Health & Head of Office, UNFPA, Turkey
- Eleanor Brown, Technical Specialist – Options, London
Moderator: Sarah Moxon, Research Fellow, the March Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive and Child Health, LSHTM
This event is a collaboration between the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre, the Global MDSR Action Network and the MARCH Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive and Child Health
Admission and registration: It is free to attend this seminar, but registration is required. Registration is now closed.
To learn more about the seminar series, Innovations in Maternal and Perinatal Health in Humanitarian Settings: Exploring Evidence and Innovations to Improve Maternal and Newborn Survival among Populations Affected by Humanitarian Crises, click here.
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Read more about the seminar series here.
Find out more about the first seminar of the series: Innovations to improve maternal and newborn death surveillance to respond to future Ebola outbreaks here.