Implementation, research and monitoring & evaluation (M&E) BACKGROUND. 0000001151 00000 n 0000001227 00000 n 0000002381 00000 n 0000035568 00000 n 0000021280 00000 n What's new. 0000465768 00000 n 0000049754 00000 n 0000035545 00000 n The new WHO model of antenatal care separates pregnant women into two groups: those likely to need only routine antenatal care (some 75% of the total population of pregnant women), and those with specific health conditions or risk factors that necessitate special care (25% of pregnant women). This document aims to provide clear guidelines for General Practitioners involved with the care of low risk antenatal women and their babies who birth at the RHW. One such model is the 2001 Focused Antenatal Care (FANC) programme. 0000472214 00000 n 8 DEVELOPMENT OF THE GUIDELINE. 145 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 147 /H [ 1227 687 ] /L 665760 /E 475591 /N 37 /T 662741 >> endobj xref 145 40 0000000016 00000 n antenatal care. … These guidelines are part of the Government’s wider efforts to redesign ANC into an integrated service delivery point (including malaria, HIV, tuberculosis) and to strengthen health systems across the Country. » Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General. 0000028572 00000 n This guideline covers the care that healthy women and their babies should be offered during pregnancy. 0000021303 00000 n 0000003602 00000 n Antenatal care models with a minimum of eight contacts are recommended to reduce perinatal mortality and improve women’s experience of care. Antenatal care in developing countries: 2 prioritize the need for skilled care during delivery, including emergency obstetric care, rather than ensuring that all women receive antenatal care.1 Nonetheless, there are potential benefits to be had from some of the elements of antenatal Increasingly, WHO recommendations are defined by context-specific factors and WHO is developing strategies to ensure that recommendations are successfully adapted and implemented at country level. Outline. 0000341623 00000 n ANC iscritical. 0000042719 00000 n 0000400654 00000 n 0000006861 00000 n Background. Once printed is no longer document controlled (November 2019) Page 2 FOREWARD Welcome to the Royal Hospital for Women (RHW) Antenatal Shared Care Program (ANSC). 0000400632 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� The guideline was revised in 2005, 2008 and 2014 following the respective WHO guideline revisions. �dK����c���Zw��i���a���Ѥ���54,D�v@0�1�0m �8 ���cK��`�j��d:f�%�"�f*���8�V�hx6��0 ��`ψӮ��=L� �]�:���0��m`��T�� #s����������]?�L Reproductive Health and Research (RHR) Nutrition for Health and Development (NHD) Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (MCA) Geneva, Switzerland. H��W]o[����� ��~�~A���۴u�Dj�䁑(��PI*���{�쒔D�p�B����̙��3�g�����|���������b�n��f|7��OՄd~>��~1��1g^��9+�篿6�Χ��o�����>�7X~5�s�B_�����q;�d���������q�����w��?���������%^ng�-ަ��zc~��{1��TL�1���ov�����n�����i��X�f���/&g�K���8���o�K�]N'֌F�[3I�9G1/��s�,'��AjvGlqĊ�PkJ�k���}?y���#2�@F���ɼ,C�.��K'C��I��� ;�|;.U��ZK}O�BW��v����~c)X�9��j�&�:Tk+J���f7^�G#�I�n�+����l�f�Y�h�r����]��z�Io\��խ��.�����r���_�vp;�m����$ !��W7�s"��Z�~����7���0�rt8�h�9�����n�A\�� ��[��c[ j���������b}7�ޙ��~�}�o���>��`>��!������%�H9b����m{y�%��]?䉹>��eFz��xzP�m?7 I��z9n��/������Pֶ��M�G"����o��q�1�Ghn�m뻻�fw�w���'3�p�m2�'�Tp(��A������k{�'��A3��l�q;n���:_� �V���=�:���U ݛ�oo簵ė��j_zk����i���S��n�#QJ�j. 0000042742 00000 n issued the first ARV guidelines in 2003 to facilitate a rapid scale up of ART. 0000006884 00000 n 0000006709 00000 n WHO Guideline on Antenatal Care (2016)Overview. 0000458478 00000 n 9 The 2016 ANC guideline This manuscript describes the development of a toolkit to support governments to adapt the WHO recommendations on antenatal care (ANC) for a positive pregnancy experience for their … 0000342554 00000 n 0000472237 00000 n 0000005264 00000 n 0000028549 00000 n BJOG. H�b```d``9�����0�A��X��,= FANC recommended a minimum of four visits for women with uncomplicated pregnancies and emphasised quality of care to improve both maternal … M 0000005045 00000 n Development of the WHO ANC guideline. Guidelines for Antenatal Care for Service Providers. Antenatal care for uncomplicated pregnancies. Antenatal care (ANC) has repeatedly been shown to reduce neonatal deaths via identification of high-risk pregnancies [1,2,3,4,5,6].Current WHO guidelines, however, state an additional underlying benefit: women’s uptake of ANC by a medical professional reduces dropout from the continuum of maternal and reproductive healthcare [].ANC plays a central role in the continuum of care… 0000001892 00000 n 0000400610 00000 n The guideline uses the term ‘contact’ as it implies an active connection between a pregnant woman and a health care provider that is not implicit with the word ‘visit’.