In, mothers died from pregnancy-related causes and millions more suffered from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth, including hemorrhage, infection, hypertensive disorders and obstructed labour. Women in the poorest countries are most at risk of dying from pregnancy and childbirth. In countries designated as fragile states, the risk is 1 in Because children who lose their mothers are ten times more likely to die in infancy than those who do not, maternal health is deeply intertwined with child health, which also remains a significant global challenge.
Moewardi Hospital, Indonesia Description: Journal of Maternal and Child Health JMCH is an electronic, open-access, double-blind and peer-reviewed international journal, focusing on maternal and child health. The journal began its publication on July 11,and is published four times yearly.
JMCH aims to improve the policy, program, service, and practice, as they impact infant, children, mother, women, adolescent, and family health.
JMCH provides a global forum for rapid publication of high-quality research, with an audience of researchers, policy makers, academicians, and practitioners. It primarily publishes original research articles, but also welcomes reviews covering applied, methodological and theoretical issues, as well as field studies, policy papers, and commentaries, with emphasis on studies using multidisciplinary or integrative approaches.
JMCH covers a broad range of disciplines including obstetrics, gynecology, reproductive health, pediatrics, neonatology, nutrition, family planning, sociology, demography, epidemiology, public health, and preventive medicine.
The journal addresses such topics as social determinants of health and disease and disparities in communicable and non-communicable diseases burden affecting the health of infants, children, women, adolescents, and families across the lifespan.
Diseases or health care issues affecting populations in the developing world are currently under-documented and underreported in the existing international peer-reviewed journals. Therefore, we give special consideration to papers submitted from developing countries. All articles are immediately and permanently free to read and download in pdf files.
We are making efforts to get it indexed in even broader international databases. Current Issue Table of Contents Articles.WHO guidance and topical information on maternal health. Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health A Network to halve maternal and newborn deaths in facilities in 5 years.
Working with individuals, families and communities to improve maternal and newborn health. Maternal and Child Health The Maternal and Child Health service is free and confidential.
It is for families who live in, work in or are visiting Latrobe City, who have children aged from birth to . Throughout my long career as an ob-gyn, I’ve never been witness to a more intense national focus on the health care provided to American women than I have in this past year as president of ACOG.
Maternal and child health (MCH) programs focus on health issues concerning women, children and families, such as access to appropriate prenatal and well-child care, infant mortality prevention, emergency medical services, injury prevention, newborn screening, and services to children with special.
Maternal & Child Health The rapid drop in global child deaths in the last 20 years is one of the world’s most spectacular, and most hopeful, success stories. The Challenge. Maternal and Child Health The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is committed to improving the health of women of childbearing age, adolescents, children, infants, and children with special health care needs.