Mida Samarskaya

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In St Petersburg, Russia, a rapid HIV-testing programme was implemented in April 2004 for high-risk women giving birth. Among 670 women without prenatal care who received rapid HIV testing, 6.4% (43) had positive results. Among HIV-positive mothers, receipt of intrapartum antiretroviral prophylaxis increased significantly compared to pre-programme levels(More)
BACKGROUND An educational program for professionals in maternal and child health care in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, was conducted between 1994 and 1997. METHODS The program was designed to provide 12 workshops in evidence-based antenatal and intrapartum care, and appropriate preparation of parents for pregnancy, birth, and parenthood for health(More)
A capacity building program for professionals in maternal and child health care in St Petersburg, Russian Federation, commenced in 1994. The program was designed to provide 12 workshops in evidence-based antenatal and intrapartum care, as well as appropriate preparation of parents for pregnancy, birth and parenthood, for health care professionals in the(More)
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