Thursday, 27 October 2022 at 12:45
Thursday, 27 October 2022 at 13:45
To ensure greater accountability for high quality care, effective coverage measures are now recommended so that measures of access to care are adjusted for the quality of care provided. Despite global agreement on the need to apply an effective coverage cascade, operationalising the cascade is problematic and has been identified as a research priority. In this seminar we will reflect on the feasibility and utility of generating effective coverage measures for childbirth care in Gombe State, Nigeria.
This webinar will be led by Dr Josephine Exley
IDEAS webinar series in collaboration with the MARCH Centre and Centre for Evaluation
The rest of the four-part series will cover:
- Part 1: Use of data for decision-making
- The first webinar will cover research conducted to support the use of data for decision-making through the implementation of the Data-Informed Platform for Health in Ethiopia.
- Part 2: Effective coverage measurement
- The second webinar will present findings from research into effective coverage measurement for maternal and newborn health, as part of a long-standing engagement in Gombe State, Nigeria.
- Part 3: Experience of care
- The third webinar will focus on findings from a recent study that aimed to use novel data collection methods to understand women’s experience of facility-based childbirth care in Nigeria.