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Antenatal Guidelines for Primary Health Care in Crisis Conditions

Cristina Otero Garcia, Eds.: ICRC, (2005)

These guidelines are designed for ICRC and other health professionals – nurses, midwifes, doctors – who either lack experience in antenatal care or are not used to working in countries where medical infrastructure is underdeveloped or non-existent

Active Management of the Third Stage of Labor (AMTSL)

RTI International; PATH; EngenderHealth; HPIEGO; FIGO, (2014)

Accessed April 2014

Cervical Cancer: Understanding prevention, screening and treatment

Medical Aid Films, (2013)

Every year millions of women around the world are diagnosed with changes to the cells on their cervix, these changes are called pre-cancer. A further half a million women each year are diagnosed with cervical cancer. Both cervical cancer and cervical pre-cancer are fully treatable. This film will explain how pre-cancer cells and cervical cancer develops. It will also explain what you can do to protect yourself from the disease by making healthy choices, attending cervical screening and seeking treatment if necessary. This film comprises of six chapters each of which is available to download for use in e-learning modules or where the download capacity is reduced.If you would like access to the short chapters individually please contact us at

Comprehensive cervical cancer control: A guide to essential practice

August Burns, Linda O’Neal Eckert, Susan Hariri et al, (2014)

This publication gives a broad vision of what a comprehensive approach to cervical cancer prevention and control means. In particular, it outlines the complementary strategies for comprehensive cervical cancer prevention and control, and highlights the neners. This new guide updates the 2006 edition and includes the recent promising deve ed for collaboration across programmes, organizations and partl- opments in technologies and strategies that can address the gaps between the needs for and availability of services for cervical cancer prevention and control.

Where women have no doctor

A. August Burns, Ronnie Lovich, Jane Maxwell, Katharine Shapiro , Eds.: Hesperian Health Guides, (2014)

An essential resource that helps a community understand, treat, and prevent many health problems that affect women. Topics include reproductive health, violence, mental health, HIV, and more.

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