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close this bookMother-Baby Package: Implementing Safe Motherhood in Countries (WHO, 1996, 108 p.)
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View the documentGlossary
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentMessage from the Director-General
View the documentPreface
View the documentExecutive summary
Open this folder and view contentsWHY the Mother-Baby Package?
Open this folder and view contentsWHAT is the Mother-Baby Package?
Open this folder and view contentsHOW to operationalize the Mother-Baby Package
View the documentANNEX 1 - ESSENTIAL DRUGS LIST FOR MOTHER-BABY PACKAGE
View the documentANNEX 2 - EQUIPMENT LIST FOR MOTHER-BABY PACKAGE AT EACH LEVEL
View the documentANNEX 3 - DEFINITIONS1
View the documentEvaluation form
View the documentResources for Reproductive Health

Evaluation form

The World Health Organization welcomes comments on the Mother-Baby Package, especially from those working to alleviate the burden of maternal deaths and disabilities in developing countries. We would be very grateful if you could find the time to complete this form and send it to:

Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme
Division of Family Health
World Health Organization
20 Avenue Appia
CH-1211 Geneva 27
Switzerland

1.

What is your overall evaluation of the Mother-Baby Package?

Very good

Good

Poor

2.

Will the Mother-Baby Package be useful to you in your work?

Very useful

Moderately useful

Not useful

3.

Is the Mother-Baby Package relevant in your country situation?

Very relevant

Moderately relevant

Not relevant

4.

How do you plan to use the Mother-Baby Package?


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5.

Which parts of the Mother-Baby Package did you find most useful or informative?

The WHY? section

The WHAT? section

The HOW? section

All three

6.

Which parts of the Mother-Baby Package will you like to see further expanded?

The WHY? section

The WHAT? section

The HOW? section

All three

7.

The Mother-Baby Package is designed as a guide to strategy and programme planning. Other guidelines are available or in preparation. Which kinds of guidelines would you find most useful?

Clinical guidelines (clinical management of obstetric complications)

Managerial guidelines (supplies, logistics)

Costing guidelines

Training and supervision guidelines

Information, education and communication guidelines

8.

What do you think are the major strengths of the Mother-Baby Package?


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9.

Are there ways in which the Mother-Baby Package could be changed to make it more useful to you? If yes, how?

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10.

Please tell us something about yourself. Which of the categories below best describes what you do?



Policy-maker/planner


Health administrator


Obstetrician/gynaecologist


General doctor


Midwife


Nurse


Other health care provider


Employee


Researcher


Teacher or trainer


Other (specify)....................



Where do you work?



Health centre or dispensary


Hospital (more than 15 beds)


Hospital (less than 15 beds)


Ministry of Health international organization


Nongovernmental organization


Other (specify)....................