Quality development in perinatal care : the OBSQID project : report on the seventh WHO workshop, Budapest, Hungary 2-3 November 2001
AbstractAt the Sixth Workshop in 2000, initial steps were taken to decentralize the Project to national and international partners with longstanding involvement in OBSQID. Satellite activities undertaken within specific areas of perinatal care, such as neonatal care, diabetes in pregnancy and multiple births, have gained their own momentum. At this Seventh Workshop, these plans for transfer and decentralization matured into concrete action plans that will ensure continued implementation of the Project throughout Europe. Responsibility for the Project will be passed to national associations of perinatal medicine and ministries of health under the aegis of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine, and more specifically its Study Group on Standardisation of Birth Certificates and Perinatal Death Certificates
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2002). Quality development in perinatal care : the OBSQID project : report on the seventh WHO workshop, Budapest, Hungary 2-3 November 2001. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107408
64 p. + appendices.
Gov't Doc #EUR/02/5016725
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