Megan Marx Delaney
Megan Marx Delaney, RN, MSN, MPH is a Research Scientist with the BetterBirth Program, providing scientific leadership to a portfolio of projects related to improving the quality of care during childbirth. In this role, she collaborates with international partners to design and implement research strategies that are both rigorous and realistic.
Prior to joining Ariadne Labs, Megan served as Nurse Advisor for the Ministry of Health of Palau, where she worked to build nursing technical capacity and implement evidence-based changes related to childbirth and emergency care. Additionally, Megan has worked with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Ministry of Health of Sierra Leone to test the acceptability, feasibility, utility and impact of the Universal Anesthesia Machine among nurse anesthetists in Sierra Leone, she has practiced as a clinical nurse at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and has served in the United States Peace Corps in Honduras.
Megan is a registered nurse and holds a dual Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Nursing, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Skidmore College.
The Ariadne Labs childbirth teams will share latest innovations in childbirth care in Brazil this month at the world’s largest gathering of ob-gyns The Ariadne Labs childbirth teams will join a record 8,000 participants from 109 countries at XXII FIGO World Congress 2018, the largest gathering of obstetricians and gynecologists globally. The 22nd International Federation… Continue reading Childbirth teams bring Ariadne Labs tools, strategies and research to FIGO 2018
BOSTON (Aug. 23, 2017) — The last two decades have seen real progress in making childbirth safer for women and infants around the world. However, more effort is still needed. Approximately 830 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth every day. And 2.7 million newborns die every year in their first month… Continue reading Ariadne Labs and WHO convene first global meeting on implementation of the Safe Childbirth Checklist