This cross-sectional study found that many of the auxiliary midwives were unable to recognize the majority of critical danger signs for childbirth. The paper also found a low level of knowledge about safe childbirth and immediate newborn care practices.
This paper examines the impact of an intervention to improve maternal and newborn health in Nairobi, Kenya, through an mHealth application called mobile Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.
This paper investigates the impact of community-based newborn care package in Nepal. The research found that significant improvements in newborn care practices had not yet occurred, though the study represents an early assessment. The study's findings were taken into account upon revision of the package.
This paper tested a qualitative evaluative framework and tool to understand CHW performance in rural Uganda. The authors found that supportive supervision and bonds between healthcare workers affected performance outcomes.
This research paper examines CHWs' experiences with m-health tools through interviewing CHWs in primary care centers in Brazil. While m-health tools can be particularly helpful in low- and middle-income countries, CHW input should be sought during the design phase of the tool.