DSIR Recognized | FWA Approved - FWA00012971

The purpose of this prospective, population-based observational study is to quantify and understand the trends in pregnancy outcomes in defined low-resource geographic areas over time, in order to provide population-based statistics on stillbirths, and neonatal and maternal mortality. Hence the registry is intended to describe Global Network (GN) populations using a finite set of demographic and other characteristics and major outcomes of pregnancy. In addition, the data from the registry to provide data for planning future studies in the GN. The population includes women who reside within study communities, for whom exposures in the community or available health care may influence pregnancy outcomes. Also included women who deliver in the community, regardless of their location of residence, for whom the delivery environment may influence outcome.

Principal Investigator

  • Dr. Patricia Hibberd | MD, Ph.D | Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Senior Foreign Investigator

  • Dr. Archana Patel | MD, DNB, MSCE. Global Health Division, Indira Gandhi Govt. Medical College | Lata Medical Research Foundation, Nagpur, India

MNH Country Coordinator

  • Dr. Prem S. Kalsait

Registry Administrator

  • Dr. Kunal Kurhe

Field Research Officers

  • Dr. Atul Chopde
  • Dr. Atul Andelkar
  • Dr. Nitesh Nikose
  • Dr. Dheeraj Kadukar
  • Dr. Manisha Chikte
  • Dr. Anukampa Kumbhare
DesignationMedical OfficersAuxiiary Nursing Midwife (ANM), Multipurpose Workers (MPW)Anganwadi Workers (AWW)Accredited Social Heath Activists (ASHA)Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs)
No.553491233432324
Training TopicsMNH Protocol, Manual of Operations, Forms Filling, Essential Newborn Care (ENC), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)MNH Protocol, Manual of Operations, Forms Filling, Essential Newborn Care (ENC), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)MNH, Essential Newborn CareMNH, Essential Newborn CareMNH, Essential Newborn Care
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Overview

The purpose of this prospective, population-based observational study is to quantify and understand the trends in pregnancy outcomes in defined low-resource geographic areas over time, in order to provide population-based statistics on stillbirths, and neonatal and maternal mortality. Hence the registry is intended to describe Global Network (GN) populations using a finite set of demographic and other characteristics and major outcomes of pregnancy. In addition, the data from the registry to provide data for planning future studies in the GN. The population includes women who reside within study communities, for whom exposures in the community or available health care may influence pregnancy outcomes. Also included women who deliver in the community, regardless of their location of residence, for whom the delivery environment may influence outcome.

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Team

Principal Investigator

  • Dr. Patricia Hibberd | MD, Ph.D | Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Senior Foreign Investigator

  • Dr. Archana Patel | MD, DNB, MSCE. Global Health Division, Indira Gandhi Govt. Medical College | Lata Medical Research Foundation, Nagpur, India

MNH Country Coordinator

  • Dr. Prem S. Kalsait

Registry Administrator

  • Dr. Kunal Kurhe

Field Research Officers

  • Dr. Atul Chopde
  • Dr. Atul Andelkar
  • Dr. Nitesh Nikose
  • Dr. Dheeraj Kadukar
  • Dr. Manisha Chikte
  • Dr. Anukampa Kumbhare
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Training
DesignationMedical OfficersAuxiiary Nursing Midwife (ANM), Multipurpose Workers (MPW)Anganwadi Workers (AWW)Accredited Social Heath Activists (ASHA)Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs)
No.553491233432324
Training TopicsMNH Protocol, Manual of Operations, Forms Filling, Essential Newborn Care (ENC), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)MNH Protocol, Manual of Operations, Forms Filling, Essential Newborn Care (ENC), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)MNH, Essential Newborn CareMNH, Essential Newborn CareMNH, Essential Newborn Care
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