Solange is a senior researcher who joined the School of Public Health in 2019 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working with Prof Helen Schneider.
She has an interest in health policy and systems research, sexual and reproductive/ maternal, newborn and adolescent health. Her previous research designed a model to ensure clinical leadership in labour wards of district hospitals towards skilled midwives. Currently, she is working on the evaluation of a multi-partnership evaluation to improve maternal and new-born health, with a particular focus on the roles, systems and strategies of district and sub-district stewardship for quality and health outcomes; and contextual factors explaining variations in the uptake of the initiative in different settings.
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Scoping review protocol of service delivery-related interventions to improve maternal and newborn health in low-income and middle-income countries
Staff inolved: Solange Mianda and Olamide Todowede and Helen Schneider