Impressions from the Partoma seminars: Co-creating clinical guidelines for safe and respectful care during birth

School of Global Health
4. november 2022 global health, Partoma
A short video update from the PartoMa project with impressions from seminars where midwives and doctors are trained in the PartoMa guidelines.

In 2021, the team behind the PartoMa project co-created clinical guidelines with 100 midwives and doctors. Now, they are implementing the guidelines through recurring in-house seminars in five of Dar es Salaam's busiest maternity units. Every three months, 220 midwives and doctors are attending PartoMa seminars at five hospitals. That is 70% of the hospitals' birth attendants.

See the impressions from these seminars in this video.

The PartoMa project is about co-creating and implementing context-tailored guidelines for childbirth care at busy urban hospitals in Tanzania. It is funded by Danida, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.