Isabella Ramos Mendoza

Congratulations to our team in Thailand who, through the “Nopparat Rajathanee” Hospital in Bangkok, Celebrates the success of the “Birth Companion” Program.

Nopparat Rajathanee Hospital, a participant in the Quali-Dec (Safe Delivery) research project in Bangkok, recently celebrated the successful participation of another couple in their “Birth Companion” program. Ratana Chamroeun and Kanitha Sat, a Cambodian couple, welcomed a healthy baby with the support of the program, which allows fathers to actively participate in the labor process. The “Birth Companion” program aims to promote safe …

Congratulations to our team in Thailand who, through the “Nopparat Rajathanee” Hospital in Bangkok, Celebrates the success of the “Birth Companion” Program. Read More »

Congratulations to our team in ARGENTINA: the QUALI-DEC project has led to an ORDINANCE adopted by THE MUNICIPALITY OF ROSARIO to regulate and control the use of caesarean sections!

The results of the QUALI-DEC international research project on the appropriate use of caesarean sections led to an ORDINANCE adopted on 11 April by the Municipality of Rosario (Argentina). This decision aims to promote and guarantee safe childbirth for all pregnant women and their babies, helping to reduce the abusive practice of caesarean sections in …

Congratulations to our team in ARGENTINA: the QUALI-DEC project has led to an ORDINANCE adopted by THE MUNICIPALITY OF ROSARIO to regulate and control the use of caesarean sections! Read More »

Women’s caesarean section preferences: A multicountry cross-sectional survey in low- and middle-income countries

Discover the SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE published on 23/03/24 in Midwifery: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2024.103979 Principal author: Camille Etcheverry, midwife and doctoral student in epidemiology within the QUALI-DEC project – March 2024  In the field of women’s choice and preference of mode of delivery, the latest scientific article published in Midwifery highlights the survey work of the international multidisciplinary QUAL-DEC team, which shows that, …

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Quali-Dec team meets the Catalan Society of Obstetricians in Barcelona

Invited by the Catalan Society of Obstetricians, the Quali-Dec team took part in their information day on February 23, 2024 in Barcelona, bringing together over 300 obstetricians, gynecologists and midwives to present the Quali-Dec project based on the Robson Classification. The QUALI-DEC research project aims to reduce the number of non-medically justified caesarean sections by …

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Camille Etcheverry awarded for her scientific poster at the Doctoral School 393 Days (5 to 7 February 2024-Saint Malo)

Camille Etcheverry (midwife and doctoral student in epidemiology with the QUALI-DEC project) received an award for her scientific poster on her latest international survey “How does hospital organisation influence the use of caesarean sections in low- and middle-income countries? A cross-sectional survey in Argentina, Burkina Faso, Thailand and Vietnam for the QUALI-DEC project”. As every …

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How does hospital organisation influence the use of cesarean sections?

Results of the international survey conducted as part of the QUALI-DEC project Author: Camille Etcheverry – Midwife and doctoral student in epidemiology within the QUALI-DEC project – January 2024 Full article published on 01/17/24 in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth: https://rdcu.be/dw0le Authors: Camille Etcheverry, Ana Pilar Betrán, Myriam de Loenzien, Michael Robson, Charles Kaboré, Pisake Lumbiganon, Guillermo Carroli, Quoc Nhu …

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12/12/23 – First Women’s Health Atrium seminar to launch Université Paris Cité’s IHM (Institut Hors-Murs): 3 IRD/Ceped Research Directors speak

On Tuesday 12 December 2023, the first Women’s Health Atrium seminar was held, marking the official launch of the Institut Hors-Murs (IHM) Santé des Femmes, an innovative initiative designed to bring together the expertise of Université Paris Cité clinicians and researchers in a diverse range of disciplines. The IHM is positioned as a driving force …

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Congratulations to our team in Argentina: the Quali-Dec project behind a proposed law to regulate and control the use of cesarean sections.

The results of the international research project Quali-Dec, focused on the appropriate use of cesarean sections, have led to a proposed law presented on November 7, 2023, before the Chamber of Deputies in Argentina. This law aims to promote and ensure safe childbirth for all pregnant women and their babies, thereby contributing to reducing the …

Congratulations to our team in Argentina: the Quali-Dec project behind a proposed law to regulate and control the use of cesarean sections. Read More »

In the latest article in “The Conversation”, an instructive study looks at feedback from over 6,000 Australian women on their wishes for their next pregnancy and birth.

It reveals that many of them would like to have a different pregnancy and birth to their first, and that the majority would prefer a vaginal birth, with fewer interventions. Find out more about the full findings of this study in the British Medical Journal Open…. And access all the information on Quali-Dec, an international …

In the latest article in “The Conversation”, an instructive study looks at feedback from over 6,000 Australian women on their wishes for their next pregnancy and birth. Read More »

A little medical “paternalism”? Here’s a qualitative study (published in BMC Research) on the power relations between women and healthcare providers when choosing the mode of delivery in five public maternity hospitals in Argentina.

This analysis, in which members of the Quali-Dec project participated, highlights the complexity of the interaction between healthcare providers and women in a context where women are, in practice, allowed to choose the mode of delivery… Discover the full study : https://reproductive-health-journal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12978-023-01661-5

Download the Quali-Dec application!

Every birth is unique. The choice of delivery route depends on a number of factors such as the weight, size and position of your baby, as well as your medical history. This application is designed to provide you with information and help you reveal your preferences for the mode of delivery…

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