Ending Preventable Stillbirths: Introducing a scorecard to measure progress against global targets
Susannah Hopkins Leisher MA, MSC, MPHIL
Group B Strep International
7/24/2019 08:02:58 am
Thank you, Susannah, for your presentation on behalf of the Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group and for your ongoing work to prevent stillbirth worldwide!
7/24/2019 08:26:21 am
So pleased to be a part of this wonderful conference!
7/24/2019 10:58:01 am
Great data so far. Interesting implications
7/24/2019 11:03:55 am
Thanks for the comment, Dr Macey. Yes, the data are interesting--and sobering. Beyond that, we feel one of the big messages from our scorecard is that there are important areas in which the data are lacking, such as which countries have set within-country stillbirth rate targets to reduce equity gaps, and whether there are any countries which have identified reduction of stillbirth-associated stigma as an area of work.
7/24/2019 09:38:44 pm
It will be interesting to see if Australia emerges as the leader in reaching those goals with all of the extraordinary effort by their Senate Select Committee on Stillbirth Research and Education.*
7/29/2019 11:57:17 am
7/25/2019 11:46:23 am
How can data from my region, or regions of fellow colleagues, be added to the scorecard?
7/29/2019 11:49:30 am
7/29/2019 12:02:09 pm
Many thanks again on behalf of the Stillbirth Advocacy Working Group for your interest in our global scorecard for ending preventable stillbirths! For more information on our group or the scorecard, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome researchers, bereaved family members, practitioners, policy makers, and others interested in using advocacy as a tool for ending preventable stillbirths and improving the quality of post-stillbirth care. Many thanks again to Group B Strep for the invitation to join this conference!
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