FW: WHO Mapping of tools for respectful maternal and newborn care--Submit by 14 November 2022
Dear IBP Network Colleagues,
Please see the request below from WHO about collecting tools and resources related to respectful maternal and newborn care. Tools can be sent in any language. If the tool meets inclusion criteria, you will be contacted about any reports regarding the evaluation of the tool and/or lessons learned in using the tool.
Please send (in electronic format) any tools you have developed or know of to sbce-priorities@....
Deadline to submit tools is 14 November 2022.
Additional details below.
With best wishes,
From: sbce-priorities <sbce-priorities@...>
Given the emerging evidence base, WHO is leading a collaborative effort to develop a knowledge translation toolkit* that aims to support country implementation and accelerate progress towards the integration of interventions to ensure respectful care for all women and newborns.
In order to build on existing efforts,
we are seeking to collect tools that support respectful maternal and newborn care implementation.
We are looking for the most recent version of published documents and tools which:
• Focus on respectful care implementation (handbooks, training guides, checklists, etc.);
• Published documents and tools related to measurement, implementation, training, monitoring and evaluation, advocacy, etc.;
• Published after 2010 (or if still in use, we will accept published before 2010).
Please send (in electronic format) any tools you have developed or know of to sbce-priorities@.... Tools can be sent in any language. If the tool meets our inclusion criteria, we will contact you to ask for any reports regarding the evaluation of the tool and/or lessons learned in using the tool.
If you prefer, we can send you a link where you can upload the document rather than sending by email; please write and let us know. We will be collecting tools until 14 November 2022.
Please do share this call with your network and many thanks in advance for your contributions!
* The WHO respectful maternal and newborn care (RMNC) knowledge translation toolkit aims to enable 1) policy-makers to leverage national and sub-national policy change and develop costed plans for implementation; 2) programme managers and health workers to improve skills to integrate into their MNH programmes and measure the provision of respectful maternity care, and 3) implementation researchers to support conducting research to develop contextual models, document the lessons learned and measure the impact of respectful maternity care on MNH outcomes.
Nandita Thatte, DrPH
Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health
World Health Organization