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41 avis

À propos du cours

This course is designed for administrators, advocates, policy makers, clinicians, and service users. It will give you the background, recommendations, and tools you need to address issues related to high quality maternal and newborn care in your own setting. In particular, you will learn about the evidence behind implementing the midwifery model of care as a means to advancing the health and wellbeing of mothers and babies globally. The modules in this course are structured around the Quality Maternal and Newborn Care Framework, first published in the landmark 2014 Lancet Series on Midwifery. You will learn from nearly 20 expert contributors as they discuss their research and personal experiences in low, middle, and high resource settings....

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SU

9 juin 2022

The course was interactive and practical. It gave me full insight, I loved the pop up questions designed to ensure you are following. The course was truly amazing. Thank you

CP

2 juin 2021

I found this course stimulating and empowering and has renewed my passion for the mother and the importance of strengthening the family through respectful care. Thank you!

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par LeTara D

14 mai 2021

This was a great comprehensive course that also gives you a tangible action plan and evidence to create systemic change.

par Neyraly G O

23 mars 2021

Good afternoon!

Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us it is a great course I enjoyed it .Thanks!

par Patricia R

5 janv. 2021

While this course isn't perfect, it comes close. It explains clearly the importance of shifting from a patriarchal attitude toward women's health care (and by extension, women's bodies). It outlines the problems, needs, resources, and solutions. It offers answers, not just describes problems. It is heavy on lecture, but the lectures are good. It tends to forget that a large cohort of midwives work intelligently and effectively -- without a nursing credential. However, I would not expect anything different from an Ivy League nursing school. It is will worth the time.

par Gabriel C

3 févr. 2021

This course is exceptional! One of the best I've done here at Coursera, and the best I've done at Yale. The biggest positive point is the fact that it contains references and current discussions, data from recent years, etc. Teachers, videos, readings, assessments and other resources are of great quality. I was really able to understand the importance and benefits of the QMNC Framework.

par Clara N

11 janv. 2021

A wonderful course with inspiring speakers.

par Bernadette B

23 juil. 2022

This course is phenomenal and beautifully done! I want to be a mid-wife after taking this course! Every woman regardless of where they reside on this earth should take this course. As a mother of five, I realized after taking this course, it's luck, the country of residence and the grace of God that I am standing here. This course has given me a wealth of knowledge. As I went through the course, I would say to myself, "this is crazy! How did I not know this." You don't know what you don't know!" Just knowing what to look for and understanding when you and your baby are at risk and in need of help saves lives. I greatly appreciated the course's focus on supporting mothers, and empowering them to understand how to advocate for themselves. It is so critical for birthing women to know what procedures/support is most effective to bring forth life when in labor. In addition, childbirth is a traumatic, physically and emotionally. Too often, women and those around them do not allow the time to care for themselves, to rest and to allow their bodies to heal. Thank you to all who made this course possible. I will be raving about it!

par Olalekan A

14 avr. 2021

It is a delight to enrol and complete the course on Global Maternal and Newborn Care

I learn alot on the low support for independent recognisized midwifery professional services, I believe when there is universal acceptance of recogniized well trained and licensed midwives in adequeate number in each nation of the world as recommended by WHO,their services will be a major intervention to reduce global maternal and newborn deaths. I also recognise that this course is very appropiate for all healthcare professionals, the national governments policy holders, legistilative and executive arms of people in authorities of the welfare of our communities.

par Masha A H

18 mai 2022

A​mazingly well communicated, nutrient dense course that has applications not only maternity care, but throughout the entire medical world. As a medical malpractice survivor myself, I'm deeply grateful to have heared speakers talk on how to reframe medical systems in this course. I will bring the knowledge gained from this experience into advocacy on lessening the pain and suffering of medical malpractice, and into my work as a doula and newborn care specialist. I'm very grateful for all the amazing humans that contributed and continue to contribute to this work!

par Carrie J

15 nov. 2020

This course was excellent in the information provided and formatting of the presentations. I absolutely enjoyed the learning this provided and am excited to begin placing some of the ideas into practice. It was a very encouraging presentation on a subject that seems so very daunting. Thank you for all the hard work and dedication to creating such a valuable presentation!

par Nicole F

3 janv. 2021

This was an incredibly insightful and well-taught course. I was so appreciative to break way from fully Western standards, to learn from educators all over the world. This was a person-centred, inclusive, and culturally sensitive course that was thoroughly enjoyable and useful.

par Marijana I

18 avr. 2022

Very informative course, lectures are very well constructed and are building up the understanding of midwifery care models around the world and advocacies for implementing quality of care for improving maternal and newborn care.

par Fritzie U

30 déc. 2020

The course is very empowering. It gives you the basic concepts, framework and ways to lobby for change. Options on how large scale you may want to impact your community were also provided. Congratulations to the team!

par Jennah D

18 mars 2021

Very informative. It allowed me to explore the world of midwifery and gain perspectives from various advocates globally. Very significant if you would like to remain relevant in the world of midwifery.

par Susan U

10 juin 2022

The course was interactive and practical. It gave me full insight, I loved the pop up questions designed to ensure you are following. The course was truly amazing. Thank you

par Catherine P

3 juin 2021

I found this course stimulating and empowering and has renewed my passion for the mother and the importance of strengthening the family through respectful care. Thank you!

par Bridget A

18 oct. 2021

Very detailed course with excellent information on quality of care with examples and videos. Pace of lectures is very good. Thank you to all the lecturers

par Ramesh B V

7 déc. 2020

Very useful course drawn from global filed experiences and realities. The course had good videos and simple messages to understand.

par Agatha R d N

14 juil. 2022

Para ser melhor só se os vídeos tivessem legendas traduzidas em outras línguas como português e espanhol por exemplo.

par Natalie D E

6 févr. 2022

Excellent course to get you motivated and interested in Maternal and Newborn Health

par Simone G

7 déc. 2020

This was an amazing course that I have gained a lot of knowledge from.

par Yuliya A S

28 déc. 2020

Very detailed but has lots of resources and opportunity to learn.

par Chidinma O

29 janv. 2021

This course was very informative and the delivery was good

par Mina S

5 déc. 2020

This course was so helpful and interesting, thank you

par Tofazzal H

13 févr. 2022

I learnt global quality material and newborn care

par Zarah K

29 janv. 2021

It was a very nice course i learnt alot thank you