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Course acknowledgements

Many thanks from the course team. Lead Educators: Oona Campbell, Wendy Graham. Course initiation and content design: Oona Campbell, Rachel Scott, Adrienne Testa Course production: Magda Bondos, Mark Fletcher, Dominic …

Summary of Week 3

We have now reached the end of Week 3 and the conclusion of the course. By now you should have a clearer understanding of the future of maternal health.

Ending remarks for the course

We have now reached the end of our course, The Lancet Maternal Health Series: Global Research & Evidence. Over the last three weeks, we have heard from a wide range …

Next steps

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health, with over 4,000 students and more than 1,000 …

Partnership and advocacy

Why did decision makers increasingly view maternal health as an urgent issue for investment? What was the role of partnership and advocacy? In this step Lori McDougall (PMNCH) explains the …

Innovations

What are the most promising innovations with the potential to improve global maternal health? In this step Dr Cheryl Moyer (Michigan) describes the potential for new opportunities for progress in …

SDGs and challenges to achieving them

How is maternal health positioned on the Sustainable Development Goal agenda? In this step Dr Allisyn Moran (WHO) puts maternal health into the context of the Sustainable Development Goals. In …

Shocks

Which factors outside the health system will impact on maternal health outcomes? In this step Dr Cheryl Moyer (Michigan) links maternal health outcomes to social factors, the political environment, environmental …

How can we improve quality of care?

How can we improve quality of care at scale putting evidence into practice? In this step Dr Elliot Main (CMQCC; Stanford) explores how Implementation Science principles can be integrated into …