Research, Tools, and Guides
Exemplars in Global Health talk with Hannah Ratcliffe, Ariadne Labs’ former associate director of research for PHC, and Dr. Madeline Pesec, a PHC research assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, about their research on the Costa Rican system and what lessons it could hold for other countries.
Commentary from the BetterBirth team published in Lancet Global Health on how the Checklist is most effective when implemented as part of a larger quality improvement initiative and calls for more research.
Published in BMJ Open the BetterBirth team aimed to assess time use and the specific time requirements to incorporate the WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist into clinical practice
Published in the Journal of Global Health Reports, the BetterBirth team shares important insights about how to adapt, implement, evaluate, and sustain use of the Checklist.
The Delivery Decisions Initiative team published work in Journal of Public Health Management and Practice on using a human-centered design process to assess proposed solutions for gaps in social support services during pregnancy and the first year after childbirth.
Research from our Delivery Decisions Initiative team published in Birth on shared decision-making and the acceptability and feasibility of TeamBirth.
A mixed methods study of racial/ethnic inequities in maternal health in the Greater Boston Area, through the lens of CBOs who work at the intersection of maternal health and racial equity. Published in the Maternal and Child Health Journal from our Delivery Decisions Initiative team.
December 10, 2021 Lisez ceci en français. By Stephanie Schorow for the Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative The communication to Ariadne Labs from Nobhojit Roy, Chief of Surgery at BARC Hospital in Mumbai, India, was blunt and heartbreaking: What would really benefit us is how to cope with burnout and fatigue for my frontline COVID… Continue reading Supporting the Mental Health of Those on the COVID-19 Frontlines
In June of 2021 the Serious Illness Care Program convened 35 experts in delivering serious illness care to underserved and marginalized communities with the goal of gaining insights into strategies that drive sustained and equitable improvements in serious illness conversations and care. This report outlines findings and recommendations from the convening.