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Health Science: Culture & Health : Traditional Birth Attendants

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Support to traditional birth attendants
Category Info

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Revisiting the exclusion of traditional Birth Attendants from formal health systems in Ethiopia
Category Article

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Should Uganda ban traditional birth attendants?
Category Article

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Traditional birth attendants in rural Gambia: beyond health to social cohesion
Category Article

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Women's Secrets: Childbirth in Rural Ethiopia by Deborah Craig
Category Article

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Traditional birth attendants deliver new life in rural areas
Category Article

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Obstetric complications: does training traditional birth attendants make a difference?
Category Article

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Delivery practices of traditional birth attendants in Dhaka Slums, Bangladesh
Category Article

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Every Pregnancy Is at Risk:” Current Approach to Reduction of Maternal Mortality
Category Presentation

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Training traditional birth attendants in Nigeria
Category Article

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The Role of Traditional Birth Attendants in the Reduction of Maternal Mortality
Category Article

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A critical appraisal looking at traditional birth attendants: their potential impact on the health of mothers and newborns in developing countries and the policy on traditional birth attendants.
Category Thesis

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Training of traditional birth attendants : an examination of the influence of biomedical frameworks of knowledge on local birthing practices in India
Category Thesis

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An Intervention Involving Traditional Birth Attendants and Perinatal and Maternal Mortality in Pakistan
Category Article

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The Traditional Birth Attendant and Neonatal Tetanus: The Malaysian experience
Category Article

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The potential of the traditional birth attendant
Category Article

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Beliefs and Rituals in Traditional Birth Attendant Practice in Guatemala
Category Article

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Stillbirth and early neonatal mortality in rural Central Africa
Category Article

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Traditional Birth Attendants Help HIV-Positive Women Deliver Uninfected Babies
Category Article

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Participation of traditional birth attendants in prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV services in two rural districts in Zimbabwe: a feasibility study
Category Article

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Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Kenya Pathfinder International’s Experience: 2002–2005
Category Article

 
 

 

 

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Culture, Health and Illness

Female Genital Mutilation

Traditional Birth Attendants

Concepts of Health

Traditional Medicine