Helping Mothers Survive (Bleeding After Birth)

To improve quality of care for women and families, Jhpiego, in collaboration with global partners, developed Helping Mothers Survive (HMS). HMS is a suite of hands-on, simulation-based learning modules designed to be delivered at the job site to build the capacity of the health workforce.  The goal of HMS is to improve and sustain the critical skills of midwives, nurses, doctors, and those who assist them to care for women during pregnancy, labour, and delivery.

HMS uses the latest clinical standards and evidence coupled with proven learning strategies to build the capacity of providers to deliver high-quality services. The first module in the series, Bleeding after Birth (BAB), addresses postpartum haemorrhage, the leading cause of maternal death worldwide. 

Learners will spend the day learning step by step hands-on practical skills and will leave with a Helping Mothers Survive certificate.

Taking care of ourselves, debriefing and maintaining the basic needs of woman and baby at birth are emphasised during this training.

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