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Maternal mortality and morbidity in Pakistan: a situational analysis

The study design used a qualitative paradigm with an explorative-descriptive approach to explore the community's perceptions and experiences of maternity care and delays seeking healthcare. The study...

Healing hearts, strengthening lives

Mayah's Legacy provides a range of online resources that are designed to recognise social diversity and cater to different personal and family needs. While pregnancy loss is a difficult journey for...

Supporting families during baby loss

Beyond Bea (2023b) launched its new online training platform in 2023, which allows learners to access its training modules at their convenience, working around people's busy life and work or study...

Supporting the needs of midwives caring for women with perinatal loss in South Africa

Three themes emerged from the data (Table 1). The participants expressed relying on their own coping mechanisms to deal with perinatal loss, how management influenced the way they coped and the need...

Can augmentation with oxytocin be ‘too much, too soon’?

The World Health Organization (WHO, 2019a; 2019b) reported a 38% reduction in worldwide maternal mortality rate between 2000–2017 and a 50% reduction in the neonatal mortality rate between 1990–2018....

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