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Title: Universal reporting of maternal mortality : an achievable goal?
Authors: Graham, Wendy
Hussein, Julia
Keywords: Maternal mortality
Maternal death
Reporting
Measurement
Trends
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Graham, W.J., and Hussein, J., (2006). Universal reporting of maternal mortality : an achievable goal? International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 94, pp. 234-242.
Abstract: Abstract This paper aims to highlight the importance of aspiring to achieve universal reporting of maternal deaths as a part of taking responsibility for these avoidable tragedies. The paper first discusses the reasons for reporting maternal deaths, distinguishing between individual case notification and aggregate statistics. This is followed by a summary of the status of reporting at national and international levels, as well as major barriers and facilitators to this process. A new framework is then proposed — the REPORT framework, designed to highlight six factors essential to universal reporting. Malaysia is used to illustrate the relevance of these factors. Finally, the paper makes a Call to Action by FIGO to promote REPORT and to encourage health professionals to play their part in improving the quality of reporting on all maternal deaths — not just those directly in their care.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2164/239
ISSN: 0020-7292
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