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Quality of intrapartum care by skilled birth attendants in a refugee clinic on the Thai-Myanmar border: a survey using WHO Safe Motherhood Needs Assessment

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© Hoogenboom et al.Background: Increasing the number of women birthing with skilled birth attendants (SBAs) as one of the strategies to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity must be partnered with a minimum standard of care. This manuscript describes the quality of intrapartum care provided by SBAs in Mae La camp, a low resource, protracted refugee context on the Thai-Myanmar border. Methods: In the obstetric department of Shoklo Malaria Research Unit (SMRU) the standardized WHO Safe Mother...

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10.1186/s12884-015-0444-0

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Hoogenboom, G More by this author
Baaijens, M More by this author
Charrunwatthana, P More by this author
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BMC Pregnancy And Childbirth Journal website
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1
Publication date:
2015-02-05
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1471-2393
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pubs:507082
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uri:ccf8037b-450d-4312-b8ec-35e951e966fe
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ccf8037b-450d-4312-b8ec-35e951e966fe
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pubs:507082

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