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Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health

Robert E. Black, Ramanan Laxminarayan, Marleen Temmerman; et al., Eds.: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank, (2016)

Disease Control Priorities –3rdEdition, Volume 2. This book focuses on maternal conditions, childhood illness, and malnutrition. Specifically, the chapters address acute illness and undernutrition in children, principally under age 5. It also covers maternal mortality, morbidity, stillbirth, and influences to pregnancy and pre-pregnancy. It also includes the transition to older childhood, in particular, the overlap and commonality with the child development volume

LES ASPECTS ETHIQUES DE LA GYNÉCOLOGIE ET DEL’ OBSTÉTRIQUE Par le Comité de la FIGO pour l’Etudes des Problemes Éthiques en Reproduction Humaine

FIGO, (2012)

'Ethical Issues in Obstetrics and Gynecology' represents the results of carefully researched and considered discussion. The guidelines are intended to provide material for consideration and debate about ethical aspects of our discipline for member organisations and their constituent membership.

Clinical Updates in Reproductive Health

Alice Mark, Eds.: IPAS, (2016)

The publication is designed to provide Ipas staff, trainers, partners and other health-care providers with access to up-to-date, evidence-based recommendations. In general, the recommendations are the same as those in the World Health Organization’s 2012 Safe Abortion: Technical and Policy Guidance for Health Systems, Second edition. In rare cases, the recommendations have been modified due to the settings where Ipas works. In addition, if there is more current evidence to inform the recommendations, they will be updated here.

Common Threads, Common Practice Best Practice Guide: Working with Immigrant and Refugee Women in Sexual and Reproductive Health

Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, (2012)

Common Threads, Common Practice provides a concise, easy to use reference guide for best practice when working with immigrant and refugee women in sexual and reproductive health.

Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use (5 edition)

World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

This document is part of the process for improving the quality of care in family planning. Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use (MEC), the first edition of which was published in 1996, prsents current World Health Organization (WHO) guidance on the safety of various contraceptive e- methods for use in the context of specific health conditions and characteristics. This is the fifth edtion of the MEC –the latest in the series of periodic updates

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