One group of the sixth year medical students at Al- Balqa' Applied University (BAU) used JSANDS data to conduct their research entitled “A comparison of outcomes between spontaneous and IVF pregnancies”.
A new article titled "Rate, Risk Factors, and Causes of Neonatal Deaths in Jordan: Analysis of Data From Jordan Stillbirth and Neonatal Surveillance System (JSANDS)" has been published.
One group of the sixth year medical students at Al- Balqa' Applied University (BAU) used JSANDS data to conduct their research entitled “Association between consanguinity and stillbirths, perinatal deaths and neonatal deaths”.
One of the functions of JSANDS is to encourage research on Maternal and Child Health in Jordan and to use data for generating and testing hypotheses. This is clearly demonstrated by that students and researchers started to use JSANDS data for research purposes. One group of the sixth year medical students at Al-...
A new article titled "The usability of Jordan stillbirths and neonatal deaths surveillance (JSANDS) system: results of focus group discussions" has been published.
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The usability of Jordan stillbirths
A new article titled "Walk the Talk: The Transforming Journey of Facility-Based Death Review Committee from Stillbirths to Neonates" has been published.
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Walk the Talk
A new article titled "Rate, determinants, and causes of stillbirth in Jordan: Findings from the Jordan Stillbirth and Neonatal Deaths Surveillance (JSANDS) system" has been published online in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, part of the Springer Nature publisher. The study used the data from the JSANDS to determine the rate, determinants, and contributing conditions...
Authors: Yousef S. Khader , Hala Bawadi , Wasim Khasawneh , Mohammad S. Alyahya , Khulood Shattnawi , Nihaya A. Al-sheyab , Salwa Al Obeisat , Majed Asad , Khalaf Khatatneh , Maram Muneer Alkhdour , Zaid Al-Hamdan &Anwar Batieha Abstract: Background Perinatal mortality is a fundamental indicator of the quality of the...
The JSANDS team, led by the JSANDS project
director, Prof. Yousef Khader, participated in an international workshop
entitled ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Amman from the 10th-12th
of March, 2020. Prof. Khader presented the a Behavioral Economics Approach to
promote changes in reproductive behavior by changing the way options are
presented. The audience of the workshop...
AbstractTelemedicine is the integration of technological advancements within health care systems, where distance is a critical factor, to respond to the health needs of communities. In the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR), the prevalence of noncommunicable diseases NCDs has increased in the last decade with cardiovascular diseases and kidney diseases ranking within the first top...
UNICEF follow up visit to KAUH Dr. Eresso AGA, the Health Manager from the UNICEF office in Amman and Ms Buthaina Alkhateeb visited one of the JSANDS participating hospitals on the 26th of February, 2020 as a follow up visit to monitor the progress of the project development and implementation. Dr. Eresso and...
Two IDRC-funded projects are currently under implementation in Jordan, the first project, establishing a Harmonized Reproductive Health Registry (hRHR) in Jordan to improve Maternal and Child Health, is being implemented by the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET). The second project, implementing a Perinatal and Neonatal Mortality Surveillance and Auditing System in Jordan (JSANDS)...
Dr. Qamar Mahmood from the IDRC visited the JSANDS participating hospitals as a follow up visit to monitor the progress of the project development and implementation. Dr. Qamar first met with the JSANDS team and then he started his schedule program with a tour at Rahma and Badea...
The JSANDS project mid-term workshop was held in Irbid
city on the 27th of November, 2019. A total of 150 participants including
directors of the five implementing hospitals, paediatricians, obstetrics and gynecologists, senior medical residents, registered
nurses, and midwives attended the workshop.
director introduced the project to the participants, presented achievements
that has been in place...
QS WOW NEWS, QS Higher Education News, published an article on JSANDS.
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Irbid Specialty Hospital responded to the recommendations of the Perinatal Death Review Committee and developed a brochure for educating pregnant women on healthy lifestyles. Thanks to Irbid Specialty Hospital for prompt implementing the committee's recommendations.
Prof. Yousef Khader and Dr Majed Assad trained the Field Epidemiology Training Program residents and Community Medicine Residents on Scientific Writing and on Surveillance. Prof. Khader presented and demonstrated JSANDS to the trainees as an initiative to register perinatal deaths in Jordan in a one-day workshop, 28th September 2019.