Soapbox- Led Publications
Unpacking the enabling factors for hand, cord, and birth surface hygiene in Zanzibar maternity units
Global Health Action: Hygiene on maternity units: lessons from a needs assessment in Bangladesh and India
Global Health Action: What are the threats from antimicrobial resistance for maternity units in LMICs?
Soapbox Co-authored Publications
The Water@Birth Study: an exploratory study on the requirements of water for hand hygiene during labour and delivery in low-income countries
The Frequency of Maternal Morbidity: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews.
Who Delivers Where? The effect of obstetric risk on facility delivery in East Africa.
Virgo, S., Gon, G., Cavallaro, F. L., Graham, W. and Woodd, S. (2017), Who Delivers Where? The effect of obstetric risk on facility delivery in East Africa. Trop Med Int Health. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/tmi.12910
Clinical audit of post-caesarean wound infections in a tertiary referral hospital in The Gambia
Materal sepsis: Opportunity for improvement
Firoz, T. and Woodd, S.L., 2017. Maternal sepsis: Opportunity for improvement. Obstetric medicine, 10(4), pp.174-176.
The Lancet: Drivers of maternity care in high-income countries: can health systems support woman-centred care?
The Lancet: Diversity and divergence: the dynamic burden of poor maternal health.
The Lancet: Maternity Care for Every Woman, Everywhere
Koblinsky K, Moyer CA, Calvert C, Campbell J, Campbell OMR, Feigl AB, Graham WJ, Hatt L, Hodgins S, Matthews Z, McDougall L, Moran AC, Nandakumar AK, Langer A. (2016) Quality maternity care for every woman, everywhere: A call to action. Lancet .Volume 388, No. 10057, p2307–2320, 5 November 2016. doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736 (16)31333-2
PLos ONE: Who Delivers without Water?
Gon G, Restrepo-Méndez MC, Campbell OMR, Barros AJD, Woodd S, Benova L, et al. (2016) Who Delivers without Water? A Multi Country Analysis of Water and Sanitation in the Childbirth Environment. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160572. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0160572
Getting the basics right—The role of water, sanitation and hygiene in maternal and reproductive health: A conceptual framework
Campbell, O.M., Benova, L., Gon, G., Afsana, K. and Cumming, O., 2015. Getting the basic rights–the role of water, sanitation and hygiene in maternal and reproductive health: a conceptual framework. Tropical medicine & international health, 20(3), pp.252-267.
Childbed fever: history repeats itself?
PubMed: The contribution of unimproved water and toilet facilities to pregnancy-related mortality in Afghanistan: analysis of the Afghan Mortality Survey.
Gon, G., Monzon-Llamas, L., Benova, L., Willey, B. and Campbell, O. M. R. (2014), The contribution of unimproved water and toilet facilities to pregnancy-related mortality in Afghanistan: analysis of the Afghan Mortality Survey. Trop Med Int Health, 19: 1488–1499.
From Joint Thinking to Joint Action
Velleman Y, Mason E, Graham W, et al. 2014. From joint thinking to joint action: a call to action on improving water, sanitation, and hygiene for maternal and newborn health. PLoS Medicine. 11(12), e1001771. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001771
Soapbox Featured Articles
BMJ: Wendy J Graham : Health and hygiene from birth
The Longitude Prize: Global Handwashing Day
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News Deeply: Why The Fight Against Maternal Mortality is All About the Details
BMJ: The Global Push for Institutional Childbirths- in unhygienic facilities