Year(s) Funded: 2019-2020
Topic(s): Emergency Medical Services and Trauma, Health Disparities and Health Equity, Healthcare Access, Maternal Health, Women
Project Lead: Katy Kozhimannil
The purpose of this project is to describe rural hospitals that do not provide obstetric services and to survey a sample of these hospitals regarding their capacity for emergency obstetrics locally in order to inform policy to support access to high-quality maternity care for all pregnant rural residents.
- Emergency Obstetric Training Needed in Rural Hospitals without Obstetric Units, November 19th, 2020
- Local Capacity for Emergency Births in Rural Hospitals without Obstetrics Services, November 19th, 2020
- Obstetric Emergencies in Rural Hospitals: Challenges and Opportunities, September 10th, 2020
- Characteristics of US Rural Hospitals by Obstetric Service Availability, 2017, July 20th, 2020