Meet our new master students that will write their thesis projects with us. Last week they met at Karolinska Institutet to prepare for their field visits to Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania and Argentina. In the picture they are downloading to program Nvivo for qualitative analysis of ALERT data.
We look forward to follow their thesis journey.
The thesis projects:
Arianna Vadalà – Maternity care providers’ social practices shaping intrapartum care in Southern Tanzania. An observational study of the relationship-building with women.
Emily Bundy– Formalizing midwifery-led triage: hospital-based admissions processes in Malawi.
Zuhaira Husna Fatma– What facilitates the use of various birthing positions? A Qualitative Study on Maternal Health Providers’ Perspectives in Ugandan Healthcare Facilities.
Stephen Macheso– Association between maternal referral status, complications and perinatal mortality: a cross-sectional study in 16 hospitals in Benin, Uganda, Malawi and Tanzania.
Nino Elisabeth Tsouloukidse– Exploring Maternal and Facility-level Factors Associated with Responsiveness and Mistreatment during Childbirth: A Cross-sectional Study.