Decision-Making Pathways to Address Workforce Bottlenecks for MDG5 - User Guide
Decision-making pathways aim to support decision makers in identifying actions and relevant resources to help address the issue of low SBA coverage as part of an overall effort to reduce high MMR
- Intended audience:
Policy-makers and health practitioners who are working to identify, promote, and/or implement action to reduce maternal mortality
- This tool is not:
designed to be used in isolation, but rather as one part of a decision making process in conjunction with available assessment tools, checklist, charts, etc, and within a broader strategy to address maternal health.
This user guide is intended to serve as a brief introduction to users on how to use Decision making Pathways to address workforce bottlenecks for MDG5. The Decision making pathways is an interactive tool designed to support decision makers in identifying actions and relevant resources to help address low Skills Birth Attendants (SBA) coverage.
Click BACK to go back to the previous page
Click START OVER to begin the decision process again. This button is useful if you would like to begin your current decision process again. In addition, it can be used after you have completed one decision process to go to the beginning of the decision process and explore other issues affecting SBA coverage.
Click QUIT to end your use of the decision tool.
Definitions of terms
Some terms used in the decision tool have specific meanings. Hover your mouse over terms that are underlined to view definitions to assist you in making decisions throughout the decision process.
Saving and sharing results and resources
Once you have completed the decision process and identified potential actions and resources, you can save the results for future reference and share them with others.
Click EMAIL to email your decision sequence and the list of recommended actions and resources.
Click PRINT to print your decision sequence and the list of recommended actions and resources
Using the decisions pathways as part of a broader strategy to improve maternal health
This decision tool is designed to be used as an integrated part of a broader strategy for improving maternal health and human resources. Accordingly, the logical sequence highlighted by the tool must be supported by application of more in-depth assessments, analysis, policies, strategies and plans of action.