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Lisa Noguchi Oct 18
Documentation of deaths often incomplete/inaccurate, esp. for cause of death. Proper implementation needs teamwork, leadership, guidelines/tools, political will at national/sub-national levels. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development 2 Aug 17
Training of FMoH and MoH statisticians on community based data items and Quality Assurance at GH
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Dr Rajesh Pandav Jul 1
National Consultative Stakeholder Workshop on the Guideline on Maternal Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR), 2nd-3rd July, 2019, Dili,
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DevComs May 6
Dr. Donald Imosemi; the chairman of the Lagos state Steering Committee presenting the 2018 MPDSR report. The main objective of the report was to analyze the 2018 MPDSR to identify successes, challenges & to showcase examples of evidenced based responses to findings
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HPA Maldives 15 Feb 16
-Dr.N.Raina:"Each death can tell a story of determinants of the maternal/neonatal death"
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Dr. Tunde Segun Oct 16
With Digitized system, deaths can be reviewed promptly and actions taken to mitigate further occurrence, also with the use of scorecards, issues are presented before policy makers to make informed decision towards Improving for
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E4A - MamaYe 10 Jan 18
Getting ready for tweet-chat in a FEW MINUTES on ! w/ from 1pm Nigerian Time
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Dr. Tunde Segun Oct 16
Digitization of the system in Lagos state have shown good progress in terms of Data collection and review process. . Delivering a presentation on digitization in at the Conference
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DevComs May 6
Replying to @Devcoms
We congratulate Lagos State government with the success of its evolving Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MDPSR) system according to its 2018 Annual report, which serves as an example for other States in Nigeria.
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DevComs May 6
Replying to @Devcoms
States in Nigeria need to invest in . MPDSR Committee recommends investing in trained Quality Improvement Officers to support quality data entry and follow up on actions.
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MCSPglobal Jun 3
Join us in 10 minutes at noon for “Maternal and Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR): Every Death Tells a Story”. The panel will address challenges, lessons learned & opportunities for strengthening implementation.
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MEvalPima 8 Nov 16
Learn more on : A continuous action cycle at community, facility, regional and national levels.
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Rivers State University Teaching Hospital Feb 5
Rivers State University Teaching Hospital, Port Harcourt Maternal and Perinatal Deaths Surveillance and Response committee (MPDSR) Health Facilities Training WORKSHOP 5th February, 2019.
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MEvalPima 8 Nov 16
Infusing quality improvement in will help reduce preventable deaths of
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InStrat Global Health Solutions 3 Aug 17
A is a trained individual who translates the documented causes of into a standardized ICD codes
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HPA Maldives 15 Feb 16
: 1990-infant death rate was 34/1000 live births & we have reached 8/1000 live births by 2014.
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E4A - MamaYe 5 Apr 17
Report on deaths in South Africa
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Olivia Tulloch 10 Jan 18
Can Dr. Nsofor suggest how advocates can work together to improve in Nigeria
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E4A Mama Ye Kenya Jan 29
“When everyone is engaged, it’s easier to make the change happen” In Kenya we support strengthening of Maternal Perinatal Death Surveillance & Response in 5 high volume hospitals, including the Mama Lucy hospital where they are making progress.
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MEvalPima 8 Nov 16
is good because it looks at the tail end. We need to do more before the mother dies.
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