Two models of in-service training to improve midwifery skills: how well do they work?

@article{McDermott2001TwoMO,
  title={Two models of in-service training to improve midwifery skills: how well do they work?},
  author={Jeanne McDermott and Dietmar Beck and Sandra Tebben Buffington and Julia E. Annas and Gunawan Supratikto and D Prenggono and F M Sri Ekonomi and Endang L. Achadi},
  journal={Journal of midwifery & women's health},
  year={2001},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={217-25}
}
This program evaluation compared the knowledge, confidence, and skills of Indonesian village midwives who attended an intensive in-service training with midwives who received an internship program and midwives who attended no program. The five key skills compared were prevention of infection, use of the partograph, manual removal of placenta, bimanual uterine compression, and neonatal resuscitation. Midwives from the intensive in-service that combined competency-based skill training with peer… CONTINUE READING

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