The International Maternal Newborn Health Conference (IMNHC) 2023 will include oral and poster presentations on a wide range of topics related to emerging science, effective implementation strategies, and proven best practices for national leaders, policymakers, technical leaders, and program managers in MNH. Most presentations will have more than one possible associated conference track.
The tracks described below were designed intentionally to have overlapping components, and themes and descriptions are not exhaustive. When submitting, your team should select one primary and one secondary track that you deem most relevant to your abstract or panel. Across all conference tracks, IMNHC 2023 aims to highlight efforts that demonstrate successful collaboration across different types of stakeholders, address equity gaps in MNH care and outcomes, and identify successful ways to reduce maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality and stillbirths. Submissions that are deemed to have limited or no relevance to IMNHC 2023 tracks will not be reviewed.
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Global Guidelines and Local Adaptations
Strengthening Quality of Care
Targets and Metrics
Health Systems and Workforce
Prevention and Clinical Management
Innovative Tools and Strategies
Humanitarian and Fragile Settings
AlignMNH is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in collaboration with the U.S. Agency for International Development.