Community insights from four low- and middle-income countries into normal and complicated pregnancies
PRE-EMPT is excited to announce that we have published nine articles in BMC Reproductive Health in a special issue titled ‘Community insights from four low and middle-income countries into normal and complicated pregnancies’. This supplement highlights findings from the feasibility research conducted for the Community-Level Interventions for Pre-eclampsia (CLIP) project regarding community insights on normal to complicated pregnancies in rural and semi-rural Pakistan, Mozambique, Nigeria, and India.
We thank the authors from all of the CLIP countries for their major contributions and tremendous efforts to this supplement. All of the publications are available online and are open-source. An accompanying blog post by Marianne Vidler, qualitative research manager for the CLIP project, is online at BMC. Read it here.
The titles of this supplement include:
- The feasibility of community level interventions for pre-eclampsia in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa: a mixed-methods design
- Community perceptions of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia in Ogun State, Nigeria: a qualitative study
- Community perceptions of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia in southern Mozambique
- Community’s perceptions of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia in Sindh Pakistan: a qualitative study
- Community perceptions of pre-eclampsia in rural Karnataka State, India: a qualitative study
- Utilization of maternal health care services and their determinants in Karnataka State, India
- Determinants of health care seeking behaviour during pregnancy in Ogun State, Nigeria
- Health care seeking behaviours in pregnancy in rural Sindh, Pakistan: a qualitative study
- Barriers and facilitators to health care seeking behaviours in pregnancy in rural communities of southern Mozambique