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Improving Birth Outcomes: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World Appendixes

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Improving Birth Outcomes: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World Appendix A Workshop Agenda Improving Birth Outcomes in Developing Countries Board on Global Health Institute of Medicine Foundry Building, Room 2004 Washington, DC OCTOBER 25, 1999 9:00 Opening and Introduction Welcome Judith Bale Kenneth Shine   Study Charge Christopher Howson, MOD Gray Handley, NICHD Ruth Frischer, USAID Introduction to Workshop Adetokunbo Lucas, Co-Chair Barbara Stoll, Co-Chair 9:30 Opening Session: Moderator: Barbara Stoll

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Improving Birth Outcomes: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World   Reducing perinatal and neonatal mortality: Extent of the problem and possible interventions A review of a May 1999 conference Robert Black Improving women’s health in developing countries: Life cycle and intergenerational issues Ann Tinker 10:45 Session I: Adolescents and prepregnancy care Moderator: Barbara Stoll   Adolescent reproductive health Kathleen Kurz Abortions—safe and unsafe Malcolm Potts Improving the outcomes of pregnancy Judith Fortney Committee questions and discussion 12:45 Session Concluded 1:30 Session II: Antenatal care Moderator: Barbara Stoll   Averting maternal deaths: A program for the millennium Allan Rosenfield A nutritional success story: Folic acid in the prevention of birth defects Godfrey Oakley Infectious diseases: HIV/AIDS in developing countries Zeda Rosenberg Infectious diseases: Sexually transmitted diseases and adverse outcomes of pregnancy: A global perspective Michael St. Louis 4:00 Drugs and environmental factors: Impact on birth outcomes Anthony Scialli

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Improving Birth Outcomes: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World   Timing of fetal and neonatal death and potential maternal and neonatal interventions Brian McCarthy Committee questions and discussion 5:35 Closing comments Barbara Stoll OCTOBER 26, 1999 8:30 Session III: Pregnancy, labor and delivery Moderator: Adetokunbo Lucas* Content of antenatal care services José Villar Low birth weight and IUGR: Nutritional considerations José Villar Birth defects and ECLAMC: Congenital anomalies Eduardo Castilla 10:45 Why women won’t come in for services Jeanne McDermott Safe labor and delivery in low-resource settings Successes and challenges Country case-studies Jeanne McDermott Improving intrapartum management Committee and workshop participants Committee questions and discussion 1:00 Session Concluded 2:00 Session IV: Newborn and infant care Moderator: Adetokunbo Lucas * Moderated by Barbara Stoll.

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Improving Birth Outcomes: Meeting the Challenge in the Developing World Resuscitation of the newborn: Outcomes of neonatal asphyxia Kent Bream Newborn care priorities in developing countries Breastfeeding, warming Emergency services Neonatal infections Vinod Kumar Paul A system for newborn care in India—a promising beginning, but a long way to go Vinod Kumar Paul Essential commodities for reproductive health services: Adequacy, availability, cost, and appropriate use Dennis Ross-Degnan 4:15 Costs and financing of improving birth outcomes in developing countries Charlotte Leighton Committee questions and discussion 5:15 Closing comments Adetokunbo Lucas