USAID’s MCSP and WHO evidence brief: WHO Recommendations on Interventions to Improve Preterm Birth Outcomes

USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) along with World Health Organization is excited to introduce our latest evidence brief, WHO Recommendations on Interventions to Improve Preterm Birth Outcomes.

This evidence brief provides highlights and key messages from World Health Organization’s 2015 recommendations on interventions to improve preterm birth outcomes. The brief summarizes the recommended practices to improve the quality of care related to preterm birth and the outcomes for preterm infants. Additionally, justifications and policy implications associated with the recommendations are outlined. This brief is intended for policy-makers, programme managers, educators and health care providers.

Find the brief here – http://bit.ly/1Vu9GhU

Full WHO Recommendations here – http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications/maternal_perinatal_health/preterm-birth-guidelines/en/

Help us spread the word to others by sharing this email with your networks and sending out a message on social media. Here are a few sample messages that you and your organizations can use:

See brief from @MCSPglobal highlighting key msgs from @WHO’s recs on interventions to improve PTB outcomes http://bit.ly/1Vu9GhU

#pretermbirth is single largest cause of perinatal & neonatal mortality & morbidity. See brief of @WHO’s recs on PTB http://bit.ly/1Vu9GhU

Please contact me if you have any additional questions. Apologies for any cross-posting.

Sincerely,

Jillian Rossman

Administrative Coordinator, Maternal and Child Survival Program

USAID Grantee, 1776 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20036

tel: 202.835.3112, skype: jillrossman, www.mcsprogram.org

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