Promoting cultural humility during labor and birth: putting theory into action during PRONTO obstetric and neonatal emergency training.

@article{Fahey2013PromotingCH,
  title={Promoting cultural humility during labor and birth: putting theory into action during PRONTO obstetric and neonatal emergency training.},
  author={Jenifer O. Fahey and Susanna R. Cohen and Francesca M. Holme and Elizabeth S Buttrick and Julia C Dettinger and Edgar Kestler and Dilys Walker},
  journal={The Journal of perinatal & neonatal nursing},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={36-42}
}
Maternal and neonatal mortality in Northern Guatemala, a region with a high percentage of indigenous people, is disproportionately high. Initiatives to improve quality of care at local health facilities equipped for births, and increasing the number of births attended at these facilities will help address this problem. PRONTO (Programa de Rescate Obstétrico y Neonatal: Tratamiento Óptimo y Oportuno) is a low-tech, high-fidelity, simulation-based, provider-to-provider training in the management… CONTINUE READING