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Ce que nous avons appris des sites de vaccination de masse

Read in English Par Stephanie Schorow pour Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative Il y a à peine un an, les premiers vaccins contre la COVID-19 ont été déployés, suscitant des espoirs et posant des défis pour les efforts visant à stopper la propagation de la pandémie. Le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est que les professionnels… Continue reading Ce que nous avons appris des sites de vaccination de masse

Nurse Impact Publishes Survey Results from the National Labor and Delivery Nurse Survey

In labor and delivery units, physicians frequently receive data feedback on the cesarean birth rates of the patients under their care as an evidence-based strategy to encourage practices changes that improve safety and outcomes. Nurse Impact is a portfolio of projects, led by the Delivery Decisions Initiative and the Boston College Connell School of Nursing,… Continue reading Nurse Impact Publishes Survey Results from the National Labor and Delivery Nurse Survey

BetterBirth Program and Study Partners Present Results of LIFE Study on Recent Webinar

Researchers from Ariadne Labs’ BetterBirth Program and study partners presented key findings from the Low Birthweight Infant Feeding Exploration (LIFE) study during an April 26, 2022 webinar.  20.5 million infants are born low birthweight each year. These infants account for more than 80% of newborn deaths and are at increased risk for illness, growth deficits,… Continue reading BetterBirth Program and Study Partners Present Results of LIFE Study on Recent Webinar

Considerations When Staffing Mass Vaccination Sites

By Stephanie Schorow for the Global Mass Vaccination Collaborative Lisez ceci en français. When trying to get as many shots in arms as possible, the question of who will do the jab becomes a key consideration. Also important is who will keep records, clean the facilities, organize supplies and even greet patients. Mass vaccination sites… Continue reading Considerations When Staffing Mass Vaccination Sites

Considérations relatives à la dotation en personnel des sites de vaccination de masse

Read in English Par Stephanie Schorow pour Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative Lorsque l’on essaie d’obtenir le plus grand nombre possible de vaccins dans les bras, la question de savoir qui fera la piqûre devient une considération essentielle. Il est également important de savoir qui tiendra les registres, nettoiera les locaux, organisera les fournitures et… Continue reading Considérations relatives à la dotation en personnel des sites de vaccination de masse

FOX23: Tulsa is the first city in the county to have Team Birth at every delivering hospital

Amber Weiseth speaks with FOX23 in Tulsa on the TeamBirth care process being implemented in every delivering hospital in the city.

Bloomberg: How to Avoid Getting Covid in a Mostly Mask-Free World

Dr. Asaf Bitton quoted in Bloomberg on gauging risk around when and where to don masks.

Boston Globe: Primary care is on life support

Dr. Asaf Bitton quoted in this Boston Globe Opinion by Dr. Katherine Gergen Barnett

Register now: Low Birthweight Infant Feeding Exploration (LIFE) Webinar Study Findings: A One-Year Birth Cohort

Join us on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 from 9:00am-10:30am EDT for a live webinar to learn about the new evidence for improving outcomes for moderately low birthweight infants in limited-resource settings.  During this webinar, study investigators will share the key findings from the Low Birthweight Infant Feeding Exploration (LIFE) study and will engage in an important dialogue on the… Continue reading Register now: Low Birthweight Infant Feeding Exploration (LIFE) Webinar Study Findings: A One-Year Birth Cohort