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Calling all Midwives, Nurses and Doctors!

“What are the problems you face? How can these be solved?”

If you provide care for pregnant women, this is your opportunity to make your voice heard.

Global Voices for Maternal Health is a major new project from the University of Oxford that will bring maternal healthcare providers centre-stage in international efforts to reduce maternal deaths.

For the first time ever on this scale, over 10,000 midwives, nurses and doctors around the world will get a direct voice about the problems they face in delivering lifesaving maternal healthcare via our online survey and discussion forum.

Visit www.globalvoices.org.uk today to take part and help shape the future of maternal healthcare in your country and beyond.

We know how precious your time is so as a reward for taking part all participants will get:

    • A Certificate of Participation from the University of Oxford and the opportunity to have your name included in the list of contributors accompanying future publications.

 

    • An instant summary of the most up-to-date results of the surveys you’ve taken.

 

    • Access to an online resources page.

 

  • The opportunity to take part in the search for solutions, and discuss the problems you face with other healthcare providers and leading international experts in the Forum.

And winning ideas in the discussion forum will receive cash prizes of between $50 and $100!

Visit www.globalvoices.org.uk now to have your say and become part of Global Voices for Maternal Health.

Please also share this post with any friends and colleagues who might be interested in taking part.

If you have any questions or want more information, please email us at global.voices@obs-gyn.ox.ac.uk.

This ground-breaking project has the support of FIGO, International Confederation of Midwives and the Maternal Health Task Force at EngenderHealth.

Click here for the official press release.

Click here to view the list of target countries by region.

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