April 7-8, 2014
As mobile phones and other devices become increasingly available and adaptable, demand for their systematic integration into reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health (RMNCH) programs is growing. The MHTF is collaborating with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the World Health Organization to convene a technical meeting on mHealth for maternal health: how it can be applied, who can use it and to what effect it is needed.
By bringing together researchers, program implementers and evaluators from both the maternal health and mHealth communities, this meeting will facilitate discussions around the current state of mHealth for maternal health, prioritize future evidence needs and determine opportunities for sustained discussion and collaboration between the mHealth and maternal health communities. The 40-50 participants of this meeting will represent high-, middle- and low-income countries.
View the PDF of the mHealth technical meeting report.
View the PDF of the mHealth technical meeting agenda.
View the PDF of the mHealth participant list.
View the PDF of the mHealth concept note.
Download the following mHealth meeting resources:
- Taxonomy of mHealth interventions (pdf)
- Logic model of mHealth’s links to health outcomes (pdf)
- mHealth for maternal health knowledge wall (jpg)
- mHealth within the context of Universal Health Coverage: why take a systems approach?
Kathleen Hill, URC
- Barriers to and opportunities for achieving Universal Health Coverage
Alain Labrique, JHU
- Linking mHealth with health outcomes
Marc Mitchell, HSPH
- mHealth and ICT Framework for RMNC
Garrett Mehl, WHO