Concurrent Sessions: Group 2

Human Rights and Gender Perspectives on Maternal and Perinatal Care: Progress and Challenges in Post-2015 Mexico

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Alberto | Track 1
Moderator: Pablo Kuri Morales, Secretariat of Health of Mexico

  • Focused Perinatal and Maternal Health Action Program: The Continuum of Care from Pre-Pregnancy
    Ricardo Juan García Cavazos, Secretariat of Health of Mexico
  • Effective Interventions in the Antenatal Period for Maternal and Perinatal Mortality and Morbidity Reduction
    Raffaela Schiavon Ermani, Ipas
  • Gender and Interculturality: Social Determinants for Maternal Mortality Reduction
    Amalia Elisa Ayala Montoya, Pan American Health Organization
  • Mexico’s National Breastfeeding Strategy 2015
    Erika Paola Garcia Flores, Secretariat of Health of Mexico
  • The Impact of Perinatal Education on the Life Course: Focused Actions in Fetal Programming and Non-Communicable Disease Reduction
    Rocio López Ortiz, National Institute of Perinatology
  • The Role of Contraception and Family Planning in reducing Maternal and Perinatal Mortality in Mexico
    Javier Domínguez del Olmo, UNFPA

 


Postnatal Care: Reaching Newborn Infants and Mothers with Preventative and Curative Care

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Diego 1 | Track 4
Moderator: Kim Dickson, UNICEF


Maternal Newborn Health and Sustainable Development: What Can We Learn from Women and Health?

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Diego 2 | Track 1
Moderator: Timothy Thomas, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


End Preventable Stillbirths: Identify, Prevent, Treat, and Care

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Diego 3 | Track 1
Moderator: Katie Taylor, USAID


The Role of Evaluations in Bridging Equities: Experiences from Latin America, Asia and Africa

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Diego 4 A | Track 3
Moderator: Yamini Atmavilas, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, India


Clinical Interventions for Newborn Health: Improving the Odds for Survival

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Diego 4 B | Track 1
Moderator: Gary Darmstadt, Stanford University School of Medicine


Impact of Family Planning on Maternal Newborn Health

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Americo | Track 4
Moderator: Anita Sharma, United Nations Foundation


Demand-Side Financing

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Genaro | Track 5
Moderator: Steve Wall, Saving Newborn Lives, Save the Children


Community Health: Supporting Community Health Workers, Strengthening Systems

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Doña Socorro | Track 6
Moderator: Mohammod Shahidullah, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University


Scale-up of Kangaroo Mother Care: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s Next

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Doña Adelita | Track 1
Moderator: Janna Patterson, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Technology to Improve Coverage and Quality of Maternal Newborn Care

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Emiliano | Track 1
Moderator: Joel Segre, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Maternal and Newborn Health – Using What We Know to Accelerate Progress on WASH Access and Maternal and Newborn Health Outcomes

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Don Julian | Track 1
Moderator: Wendy Graham, University of Aberdeen


Programming for Maternal and Newborn Health during Emergencies: Lessons Learned from Epidemics and Conflict

Monday, 13:30–15:00 | Doña Sol | Track 6
Moderator: Emily Hillman, USAID