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Obstetrics Seminar Tanzania 2015

12:00:AM Medewell Clinic in Kibaha, Tanzania.

In November 2015, IMI UK and IMI Tanzania co-hosted an obstetrics training at the Medewell Clinic in Kibaha, Tanzania.

Rhi Grindle and Sofia (senior midwives) held training sessions on obstetric emergencies, ie, PET and eclampsia, PPH, breech, shoulder dystocia and neonatal resuscitation & immediate care of the newborn. This also included when referrals should be made; either for the women to refer themselves or for staff to refer to the referral hospital.