Let them talk about stillbirth: societal knowledge and attitude of the causes and risk factors of stillbirth in Kersa District, Ethiopia

Let them talk about stillbirth: societal knowledge and attitude of the causes and risk factors of stillbirth in Kersa District, Ethiopia

Simegn Tadesse (1), Eyoel Taye (1), Caroline Ackley (2,3), Anna Seale (3) (1) Hararghe Health Research, Haramaya University, (2) Centre for Global Health Research, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, (3) London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Background: Stillbirth rates in Ethiopia are as high as 30 per 1000 births. Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction, infection and cord entanglement are causal factors. Despite these clinically derived causes of

Read More