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Souleymane Tassembédo, Abdoulaye Hama Diallo, Nicolas Pejovic,Issaka Ouédraogo, Hassane Cissé, Yissou Dao, Nicolas Meda
Mots Clés
Neonatal resuscitation-Helping Babies Breathe- Burkina Faso
  Num ISSN : 1817-5538 [ Semestriel ]
  Parution N° 1 du 28-05-2020
  Volume : 18 de l'année 2019

IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES AND LESSONS LEARNED FROM A PILOT PROJECT ON BASIC NEONATAL RESUSCITATION IN BURKINA FASOpp. 29-37.
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Birth asphyxia, a leading cause of neonatal deaths in sub- Saharan Africa could be addressed by the training of front-line birth attendants in basic neonatal resuscitation (BNR) based on the Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) curriculum. This study aimed at assessing the implementation process of a pilot basic neonatal resuscitation study conducted in the Cascades region, Burkina Faso. The intervention started in 2014 and involved 8 health centres from different levels throughout the regional health system. A total of 19 front-line birth attendants were trained on BNR. The mean score of knowledge on BNR moved from 13 to 15, p<.05. A year after the initial HBB training-workshop, 32% of the trained staff moved out from their original sites. Almost all of the sites had at least one non-functioning BNR item, and a refresher training was only conducted in 2 sites. The study forms were not regularly filled out. BNR-training as per the HBB curriculum for frontline staff was feasible and accepted by birth attendants in Burkina Faso. The sustainability of the intervention was threatened by regular moves from the staff within and outside the study area, low refresher trainings for peers and poor maintenance of the BNR items.
 
 
   
 
     
       
 
LES ARTICLES DE LA PARUTIONS 1/18/2019
 
COUVERTURE GARDE
EDUCATION THÉRAPEUTIQUE : DIAGNOSTIC EDUCATIF DES PATIENTS EN POST SYNDROME CORONARIEN AIGU
EVALUATION DE LA QUALITÉ DE LA PRISE EN CHARGE DES GROSSESSES À RISQUE AU CENTRE DE SANTÉ DE RÉFÉRENCE DE LA COMMUNE I DU DISTRICT DE BAMAKO
EVALUATION DE LA SATISFACTION DES PATIENTS DU CENTRE DE CONSULTATIONS ET DE TRAITEMENTS ODONTO-STOMATOLOGIQUES D’ABIDJAN
FACTEURS ASSOCIÉS À L’UTILISATION DES SOINS POSTNATALS EN COMMUNE V DU DISTRICT DE BAMAKO (MALI)
FORMULATION DE COMPRIMÉS À BASE DE FEUILLES ET DE TIGES D’ARTEMISIA ANNUA
RENOUNCEMENT TO MEDICAL FOLLOW-UP BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE, 2018.
 
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